Lessons from NZ: what works to stop children and young people getting caught up in the criminal justice system

A guest blog by Laura Chipp, who was awarded the Jack Brockhoff Foundation Churchill Fellowship for 2019. Her Fellowship is focused on finding the best international practice and evidence base for creating an optimum legislated, conditional cautioning scheme for children and young people under 18 years.

The blog was published by the Justice-involved Young People network, led by Dr Diana Johns and Dr Sophie Rudolph at the University of Melbourne. Read Laura’s blog here.

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