Transforming Youth Custody

  • TSO
  • 2013
  • Paperback
  • 32
  • Sproget er ikke defineret
  • 1
  • 9780101856423

This report describes the Government's plans for placing high quality education at the centre of youth custody. Plans to reform youth custody will see young people appropriately punished while at the same time learning to take responsibility for their actions and gaining the skills and qualifications they need to lead productive, law-abiding lives. Secure Colleges would provide education in a period of detention rather than detention with education as an afterthought. The consultation paper covers: key information on youth custody and the young people held there; the case for change; our vision for Secure Colleges which place education at the heart of the system. The main areas for consideration by all respondents are: tailoring education to young people in custody; meeting the wider needs of young people in custody; closing the gap between custody and community; the physical environment and meeting demand; a focus on outcomes. All responses should be submitted by 30 April 2013

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