Secure units criticised

13th August 2010 at 01:00

Children who are held in secure units do not get the help they need to get back into education when released, Ofsted has said in a new report. Inspectors criticised staff in the units for not working with teachers and children's families. Many are housed up to 200 miles away from their home and local services don't have the capacity to help them, according to the new report.

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