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A significant number of people in contact with the criminal justice system struggle to understand court proceedings due to speech, language and communication needs. Listen to @SLT_Kimu76's episode of the #CrimeandConsequence podcast: https://clinks.org/community/blog-posts/dont-worry-miss-its-not-serious
This new toolkit from @Nacro has been developed to promote a constructive, identity-focused approach to ultimately help divert children away from progressing further through the criminal justice system. https://nacro.org.uk/news/nacro-news/new-toolkit-using-an-identity-lens-constructive-working-with-children-in-the-criminal-justice-system/ #childrenaschildren
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