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Publication - Guidance

Reintegration and transitions for young offenders: guidance

Published: 28 Sep 2011
Part of:
Children and families, Law and order
ISBN:
978 1 78045 423 8

Best practice information for local authorities, community planning partnership and service providers.

57 page PDF

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57 page PDF

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Contents
Reintegration and transitions for young offenders: guidance
Bibliography

57 page PDF

414.7kB

Bibliography

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