Research by the Howard League for Penal Reform reveals that officers made 10,600 arrests of boys and girls aged 17 and under during 2011, the most recent figures to date.
What does HLPR stand for?
HLPR stands for Howard League for Penal Reform
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Figures released by charity the Howard League for Penal Reform shows Cleveland officers made 3,368 arrests of boys and girls aged 17 and under during 2011.
The Howard League for Penal Reform has found that between 2005 and 2010, 2,275 men and 275 women in Wales and England died while under probation supervision, either on community sentences or having left prison.
uk CAPTION(S): Support call: Elfyn Llwyd Howard League for Penal Reform says ex-soldiers are no more likely to become criminals than any other profession, but those serving time are more likely to have committed violent or sexual offences
THE Howard League for Penal Reform is asking as many people as possible to take action for less crime, safer communities and fewer people in prison.
The inquiry has been set up by the Howard League for Penal Reform and will be chaired by leading barrister Sir John Nutting QC.
The Howard League for Penal Reform said the eight weeks of training was not enough and that only graduates in subjects such as criminology, prison law or sociology should be accepted for the job.