Size: 0.8 x 5.5 x 8.5 inches; Young offenders are often referred to "Intermediate Treatment projects" as an alternative to custody and care, not only for children and adolescents who are already in trouble, but also for those who are at risk of offending. This guide to the theory and practice of intermediate treatment outlines its social and political context and examines case studies of six individual projects. The author considers the role played by government and agencies in influencing policy development and suggests changes for the future. This text should be of benefit to anyone who works on a professional or voluntary basis with juvenile offenders. Sarah Curtis is former editor of the BAAF journal "Adoption and Fostering", and a former journalist on "The Times" and "The Times Educational Supplement", among others. She is one of the chairmen of an Inner London juvenile court, and a member of the Lord Chancellor's Advisory Committee on Justices of the Peace for Inner London. Paperback-1989-good condition--used books, secondhand books, out of print books, hard to find books, for sale, second-hand books, college books, student books, nonfiction, non-fiction books delivered world wide.
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