Juveniles - imprisonment and detention - easy options to complex issues - exploring socially just options and avoiding crime creation
Before I start a discussion about imprisonment and detention as often easy responses to complex issues and the need to avoid crime creation and find socially just options in the area of juvenile justice, I think it is important to listen to the very people namely juvenile offenders who are in detention and what their often acute observations are.
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|Source:||Best Practice Interventions in Corrections for Indigenous People Conference|
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