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Showing 2 posts filed under: Region: Europe [–], Juvenile [–], Practice [–] published between Aug 01, 2010 and Aug 31, 2010 [Show all]

Norfolk police deal with offenders as young as four

from the article by Ben Kendall in Norwich Evening News:

Child offenders as young as four have been dealt with by police in Norfolk using alternatives to court, new figures have revealed.

According to statistics released by Norfolk police under the Freedom of Information Act, more than 500 under-12s are dealt with using restorative justice each year.

Aug 25, 2010 , , ,

Theresa May to scrap asbos (antisocial behaviour orders)

from the story by Alan Travis in The Guardian:

....In her first speech on antisocial behaviour and alcohol-fuelled disorder, the home secretary said it was time to turn the system on its head and demonstrate that community action was needed, rather than Whitehall "magic buttons". May said she wanted asbos replaced with simpler sanctions that were easier to obtain and to enforce: "Where possible they should be rehabilitating and restorative, rather than criminalising and coercive."

Aug 03, 2010 , , ,

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