The Guardian :
The government's community punishment programme to tackle the most hardcore teenage criminals has a failure rate of 91%, it was revealed yesterday.
The Youth Justice Board, which runs the intensive supervision and surveillance programme, admitted yesterday that the reconviction rate was "very high".
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But it insisted the £98m scheme was working because those who had been on it were committing fewer and less serious crimes.
Bwah-hah-hah-ha-ha ! That's a good one !
They should be locked up, and the keys ... er ... handed to them.