Just Justice: A Study into Black Young People's Experiences of the Youth Justice System

Summary: This four year study was commissioned in response to growing evidence and concern about the over-representation of black young people. Relatively little is known about how black young people experience and perceive the youth justice system. Just Justice has sought to fill this gap by exploring young people's views about their day-to-day encounters with youth justice agencies in the community and in custody and the strategies they employ in relation to these agencies.
Owner: Professor David Wilson and Gwyther Reespdf: http://www.crin.org/docs/Just_Justice_Full_Report.pdf

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