- The proportion of young people who had felt unsafe at some time in custody had risen from 27% in 2010/11 to 32% last year.
- A quarter (25%) of young men said they had been victimised by another young person at their establishment.
- Around 23% said they had been victimised by a member of staff.
- Only 56% of young men felt that they would be able to tell someone they had been victimised and just 28% felt it would be taken seriously if reported.
- Meanwhile, almost a third of the young people surveyed (30%) said they had previously been looked after by a local authority.
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