Wilmington. New Zealand on Tuesday launched a crackdown on the country’s most prolific youth offenders in the next step in the government’s response to tackling youth crime. Official sources said the program was announced by Prime Minister Chris Hemping in July.
Children’s Minister Kelvin Davis said at the launch of the program that 60 young offenders will be monitored under the program and their families will be provided with an intensive support social worker to develop immediate plans for the young person and provide ongoing support. Will be appointed.
He said the scheme will specifically address the needs of children and their families, including monitoring, alcohol/drug addiction treatment, guidance, housing, education system, mental health support and cultural support. Went.
This program was designed to prevent youth abuse and break the cycle of youth crime. “It is clear that there is a small group of young criminals,” he said. The main reason for this is that they failed to solve their problems.
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