This briefing presents findings from the 2010 wave of the Civil and Social Justice Panel Survey (CSJPS), alongside supplementary findings from the earlier (but larger) 2006-9 Civil and Social Justice Survey (CSJS). It focusses on the experience of Young People within the population surveyed, and reports that young people were less likely than others to seek advice and support.

Civil Legal Problems: Young People, Social Exclusion and Crime

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