Children’s experiences as victims of crime

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The report from the Children's Commissioner for England examines the experiences of children as victims of crime, highlighting their voices and the systemic failures they face in the justice system and support services. It underscores the need for child-centered responses, adequate support, and reforms to ensure justice and healing for young victims.

The report is based on police data, interviews with child victims, and emphasizes the importance of listening to children and improving services designed for them.

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