Our evidence to the Justice Committee inquiry into Youth Criminal Records published
Our written evidence to the Justice Committee’s inquiry into the disclosure of youth criminal records has been published on the Parliament website.
Alongside a number of recommendations, we’ve included five anonymous personal experiences. Next week, we’re taking a small group of people to Westminster to share their personal stories with MP’s on the Committee.
The specific details of the inquiry are here
There are more general details about the work of the Justice Committee here
Written by Christopher Stacey, Co-director of Unlock
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