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Youth Justice

Between March 2021 – March 2022, 13,800 children were cautioned or sentenced. In this lesson we explore what rights these young people have under the law.

Overview

During this lesson, students will explore the process a young person goes through when they commit, or are suspected of committing a crime. They will also examine different types of sentences that can be given to young offenders.
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