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the ways in which juvenile offenders were dealt with changed in the period 1832-1932 watch

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    Hi all,
    I've got an essay on the ways juvenile offenders were dealt and how it changed from 1832-1932 and i wasw wondering whether you could tell me what i've missed out?

    I have:
    Transportation:
    Juveniles being transported to Australia until 1868

    Reformation:

    1. First Boys' Reformatory School at Redhill 1840
    2. Red lodge girls reformatory school (mary carpenter) 1854
    3. Traning ships
    4. Kingswood Refomatory School - 1910
    5. Sunderland Girls refomatory school - 1911

    New acts:
    introduction of probation
    borstal system - prevention of crime act 1908
    young offenders act
    separate courts for juveniles

    If there is anything vital that i have missed out would you mind steering me in the right direction?

    Thanks
 
 
 
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