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Growing numbers of youth held in police cells in New Zealand

Monday 17th of September 2018 | Oceania, New Zealand
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More young people aged under 18 are being held in police cells and they are being kept there longer.

According to data released to Amnesty International, in the year to March, 165 under-18s were held in cells for an average of 2.6 days.

In June 2014, the equivalent figures were 62 and 1.8 days.

The number of those being held has increased by 166 percent over the past four years.

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