Contested Vulnerability: A Case Study of Girls in secure care

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Ellis, K.;
  • Publisher: Elsevier

Figures from 2015 show that two hundred and five children entered secure accommodation from England and Wales. 47% were placed because they were on remand or sentenced for committing a serious offence. 43% were placed by social services under a child welfare order. The ... View more
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