remand home

remand home

n
(Law) (no longer in technical use) an institution to which juvenile offenders between 8 and 14 years may be remanded or committed for detention. See also community home
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Tenders are invited for construction of remand home 50 bedded observation home,residence for principal staff guard room at khagaria for the year 2015-16
Dr Turner and Shelagh assist a man being held in a remand home whose wife is pregnant.
Summary: Police say escapee may have been lodged in the remand home on a fake birth certificate
A Kirkby teenager was sent to a remand home for 28 days after he dropped a cat from the eighth floor of a block of flats.
Sanjay Kumar, counsel of the girls said, "The police sent them to a remand home without any court order.
MORE than 50 alleged victims of sadistic abuse at a remand home for troubled boys are launching a landmark mass legal battle.
No Remand home is established in Balochistan for children and there are no exclusive juvenile courts in Balochistan that is why majority of children are dragged from one court to another court," he said.
A Mumbai model had accused DIG Sunil Paraskar of raping her on several occasions and he was later booked by the Mumbai police under Indian Penal Code Sections 376(2)(rape by a police officer), 376 C (intercourse by superintendent of jail, remand home, etc) and 354 (D) (stalking).
Before the report's release, the Justice for Magdalenes survivor advocacy group said the Irish government was aware of the nature and function of the laundries and enacted legislation to enable the use of one laundry as a remand home.
The minor accused was one of the six people arrested in connection with the case but was put in children's remand home because of his claim of being juvenile.
In one example from the 184-page book found by the Daily Record at a shop in Scotland, Savile - who died last October, aged 84 - describes an encounter with a young runaway from a remand home who was being hunted by the police.