Canada’s ‘crossover’ youth need a children’s commissioner 2020

The Conversation – Canada’s ‘crossover’ youth need a children’s commissioner June 14, 2020
Children often enter child welfare systems as a result of abuse or neglect through no fault of their own. Those between the ages of 12 and 18 who commit crimes and “cross over” to the federal youth justice system while still involved in the child welfare system are referred to as crossover youth.

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