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Crime and Disorder In The Black Community

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Presented by Yasmin Alawiye.

SYNOPSIS:
Marvin Hinds a youth worker talked about is challenges within the school system and how it led to him exclutions and labeled as been trouble maker. Lloyd Blake a former gang member talked about what makes him decided to leave the gang life and return to education. Roy Ledgister a criminal lawer talked about the criminal justice syetem, the prison service and the probation service and the impacked on the black communities. Louise Da-Ccocdia talked about social change and dicrimination in the justice criminal system, and how any effective changes has to be a colobrated approach between, parants, the schools system and communities. Fredia Anderson MBE is the Chief Excisitive at Partners of Presons and Family Support Group, she takled about her work in supporting families cought up in the criminal justice and ger role in implementing changing in the presion service such as visitroe rights. She talked about earley interventions to help young people getting in trouble with law. Patsy McKie set up Mother Against Voilence after her son was killed in gang shooting, the efficed on her life and the impacked on the community of Moss Side.

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