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        The Nigerian juvenile justice system: from warehouse to uncertain quest for appropriate youth mental health service model – RETRACTION
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As a result of a technical error at the Publisher, the same article was erroneously published twice, once on the 19th of March, 2018 (https://doi.org/10.1192/bji.2017.37), and again on the 23rd of April, 2018. Subsequently it is necessary to retract the second appearance of the article in favour of the first for there to be a single version of record, though there is no issue with the article itself. Cambridge University Press sincerely apologise to the authors and readers for this mistake.

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Atilola, O., Abiri, G. & Ola, B. (2018) The Nigerian juvenile justice system: From warehouse to uncertain quest for appropriate youth mental health service model. BJPsych International, 13. doi:10.1192/bji.2017.37
Atilola, O., Abiri, G. & Ola, B. (2018) The Nigerian juvenile justice system: From warehouse to uncertain quest for appropriate youth mental health service model. BJPsych International, 13. doi:10.1192/bji.2017.14