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South Wales first force to adopt Children's Rights Charter

South Wales Police has launched a Children's Rights Charter outlining seven principles of dealing with under 18s, thought to be the first law enforcement agency in the world to do so.

South Wales Chief Constable Matt Jukes launching the charter at Pentrehafod School in Swansea

South Wales Chief Constable Matt Jukes launching the charter at Pentrehafod School in Swansea

Date - 6th March 2020
By - Chloe Livadeas
South Wales Police has become the first UK force to adopt a Children’s Rights Charter, detailing the rights young people have when coming into contact with the force. The seven-point charter sets out how officers in South Wales will...
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