This briefing analyses practitioners' accounts of how they are using three key antisocial behaviour measures to sanction adults (18-25 year olds) in England and Wales.
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This data briefing shows how three key antisocial behaviour powers are being used to sanction young adults (18 to 25 year olds) in England and Wales.
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