Maturity matters – does the Inclusive Britain report make the case for young adults to move up the criminal justice policy agenda? 

Leroy Logan MBE explains why the Inclusive Britain report is getting some things right about young adults but needs to put words into action. Whilst I’m critical of the Government’s response to racial inequalities and associated disproportionalities, I was encouraged by its commitment in the recently launched ‘Inclusive Britain’ report (the Government’s response to the […]

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Former Metropolitan Police Superintendent Leroy Logan MBE takes over as chair of T2A

Leroy Logan MBE, anti-racist campaigner, former Met superintendent, and a founding member of the Black Police Association, has been appointed as Chair of Transition to Adulthood (T2A). Transition to Adulthood (T2A) is a Barrow Cadbury Trust programme advocating for a criminal justice system that takes a distinct approach to policy and practice for young adults […]

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