It is never acceptable for a child to come to harm while they are imprisoned and this situation does need close and careful monitoring and scrutiny, as demonstrated through research such as this today.
Some lessons have been learned from previous tragedies with action undertaken to prevent another young life tragically ending.
The findings from this research will be extremely helpful to aid further improvements in this area.
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