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What happens at panel meetings?

What happens at panel meetings?

Panels give victims of crimes an opportunity to let the young person know how their crime has affected them and what might help repair the harm caused by the offending.

Panel members will listen to all views and will then agree a plan to prevent further offending and address the harm which has already occurred.

The panel will regularly meet with the young person / carer to check progress.

They may refer someone back to the youth court if the young person has not worked with the Youth Offending Service to address the plan of action.

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