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Hughes, Caroline; Madoc-Jones, Iolo; Washington-Dyer, Karen; Dubberley, Sarah; Gorden, Caroline (2016)
Languages: English
Types: Other
Subjects: HV
Community disposals incorporate both punitive and rehabilitative elements in order to punish, deter and rehabilitate. Failure to comply with them has serious implications for young people and for the credibility of the youth justice system in both the short and longer term. This report draws on a small qualitative study of a local initiative to promote compliance by young people in receipt of community orders. Drawing on the accounts of a sample of Youth Justice practitioners, Magistrates, young people and parents it explores a 'Review and Congratulate' process initiated by the Wrexham Youth Justice Service.

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