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SCYJ Jul 16
"The latest youth custody statistics are a cause of great concern, as they demonstrate the sheer extent to which the criminal justice system is disproportionately propelling BAME children into prison” our Director in today.
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AOPM 27 Nov 17
Metropolitan 60% Bedfordshire 42% West Midlands 41% recorded the highest proportions of BAME child arrests in 2016. Norfolk and Suffolk – failed to record ethnicity in more than half of the arrests that they made in 2016.
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Keith Fraser Jul 16
Morning Tweeps - Over 50% of U18s in the secure estate are from communities, awful and concerning situation . The has the reduction of over representation as a priority. The reasons are multi-faceted and cannot be resolved by one agency.
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Keith Fraser May 11
Gr8 2 meet a delegate at a pan London Justices Conference - over 100 magistrates in attendance. re over representation of BAME young people in the generated a lot of debate. discussed. Thx 4 invite 2 speak
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Keith Fraser Jun 11
Morning Tweeps- yes I managed to find another inspired tie as I hot foot it to London for conversations , at the highest level , about the over representation of BAME Youth in our Justice System.
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Letty Thomas Oct 24
Is the Home Office burying controversial news today? stats get more and more shocking -73% of searches resulted in no further action....
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Justice Innovation 12 Dec 17
. finds black people are eight times more likely to be searched, even though drugs are less likely to be found
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Justice Innovation 13 Dec 17
"Boys who had been restrained in YOIs were more likely to have been from a BAME background (56% compared with 39%)"
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Prof Rosie Meek Feb 13
Glad to be part of this important work Keith
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EQUAL May 15
"Who are your service users and how do you know who they are? What are their needs? How can you meet them?" - Jess Mullen explaining the need to move away from risk when dealing with service users but instead trying to meet their needs.
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Sasha Kwende Sep 21
Yes name them!!
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