HC Deb 16 October 1969 vol 788 c115W
34. Sir B. Janner

asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department whether he is aware that it is the practice of some police, investigating crimes for the Juvenile Bureau, to visit the homes of suspected juveniles, and with the juvenile out of the room, to ask the parents if their son has admitted the crime to them; and if he will take steps immediately to prevent juvenile bureaux carrying out this type of investigation.

Mr. Elystan Morgan

I am not sure why my hon. Friend objects to the practice he describes; but if he has a case in mind I will gladly look into it.

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