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The Charlie Taylor Review of the Youth Justice System in England and Wales

Future plans will be developed across government – The Charlie Taylor review suggests to

  • Enhance the multi-agency approach with health and education,
  • Offer greater flexibility in the delivery of youth offending services
  • Devolve the budget and commissioning responsibility for youth custody
  • More effectively use diversionary interventions
  • Improving the treatment of children in police custody
  • Reducing the criminalisation of looked after children
  • Reform the criminal records system for children
  • Allow the courts to take a stronger role in rehabilitating children
  • Introduce A new system of Children’s Panels
  • Reduce the use of secure remand
  • Reconceive youth prisons as schools
  • Improve resettlement

Download your copy here: youth-justice-review-final-report