Less crime, safer communities, fewer people in prison
Two-day international conference to be held at Keble College, Oxford
The analysis of data on child arrests in England and Wales
U R Boss has highlighted a number of serious concerns about the police. Some young people feel that the police do not care about young people and some experience racism or serious bad practice.
The ASBO: Wrong Turning, Dead End Chief Superintendent Neil Wain, of Greater Manchester Police, questions the success of ASBOs in preventing further crime and anti-social behaviour. (2007)
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