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Anti-Social Behaviour 06 September 2007
How should we deal with anti-social youngsters?

How can we deter children from indulging in anti-social behaviour? Should we accept that youngsters in the 21st century have specific needs? Or are we already giving them freedoms that they are not equipped to handle? To discuss the relationship between adults and children in our communities, Miriam is joined by Bob Croxton - the founder of the Criminal Information Bureau and an ex-offender - and by Rev Rose Hudson-Wilkin who is an Anglican Priest working in Hackney.

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