No place for offenders

13th August 2010 at 01:00
Colleges and schools are being prevented from helping to rehabilitate teenage offenders because of a lack of secure accommodation and training centres.

An Ofsted report said the insufficient number and range of placements was "severely limiting" educators from helping the under-18s integrate into the community after serving their sentences, with many being housed up to 200 miles from their families.

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