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By Kevin Haines, Mark Drakeford (auth.)

ISBN-10: 0333687604

ISBN-13: 9780333687604

ISBN-10: 134914388X

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S ( 1992) respondents, the fact of not being able to rely on the sympathy and understanding which victims are able to claim was a more striking and enduring deprivation than the loss of physical goods which an offence against them might have entailed. How much more striking these feelings are likely to be in the case of those for whom denial of victim status is grafted onto a denial of their situation as young people and as such having some claim on the consideration and compassion of those more powerful than themselves.

During the 1990s, 'curfew fever' (Blumner 1994) has swept across the United States, requiring young people- usually under the age of 17 -to be off the streets during the late evening and night time. m. Hawaii has a statewide curfew. Thousands of small towns and three-quarters of the largest 77 cities in America employ such arrangements (Ruelle and Reynolds 1995 ). So popular have these measures proved that according to Jeffs and Smith (1996) 'a growing number are being supplemented with daytime curfews operating during school hours'!

The welfare philosophy tended to 'thin the mesh' of the boundaries around the juvenile court, as responding to the offence became less significant than responding to the needs of children. 1 below), but an official record of criminal sentences masks one of the most important developments of the decade the creation and expansion of Intermediate Treatment. Intermediate treatment Although the term Intermediate Treatment (IT) did not appear in the CYPA 1969, and it has never been a sentence in its own right, the Act included sections from the White Paper Children in Trouble (Home Office 1968: para 25) where the term was first used.

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