News round up: Police help manage school for troubled pupils

    Police join team to manage school for troubled pupils

    Police and social workers who work with young offenders are to run a school for children with behavioural problems, the Government announced yesterday. It is thought to be the first time that crime prevention officers have become managers of a school.

    Read more on this story in The Times

    Police seize 37,000 pints in crackdown on boozing kids

    Police who launched a crackdown on under-aged boozing seized 37,000 pints of beer and cider from children in two weeks.

    Read more on this story in the Daily Mirror

    Crowded jails ‘make Scotland more dangerous’

    Overcrowded jails are making Scotland a more dangerous place, the chief inspector of prisons has said. Dr Andrew McLellan said the prison system was failing inmates, staff and the public.

    Read more on this story in The Daily Telegraph


     

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