Archive: Youth Offending

Home Office rules have disqualified potential police commissioners

The man barred from commissioner job for 46-year-old fine

"Flawed" police elections have barred a second candidate in two months from standing as a police and crime commissioner (PCC) due to convictions received in childhood.

Opinion Former Articles

  • Halloween needs extra policing, according to the government

    The government vs Halloween

    The government has launched a full-scale operation to prevent Halloween festivities spilling into widespread teenage Asbo's this weekend by coordinating operations across 69 different areas.

  • Less jail, more sorry

    Cut youth crime: 'Make them say sorry'

    Anti-social crime committed by young people would be cut if offenders were made to face their victims, a report has suggested.

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