attendance centre


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attendance centre

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(Law) (in Britain) a place at which young offenders are required to attend regularly instead of going to prison
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This includes 60 hours of unpaid work and 24 hours of activities at a senior attendance centre.
Good was given a 12-month community order and must complete 24 hours at an attendance centre.
The jury heard during the trial Anglesea, of Old Colwyn, had used his power as a police inspector running a Home Office attendance centre in Wrexham to abuse boys.
The defendant, a police inspector in Wrexham in the 1980s, ran a Home Office attendance centre in the town in the 1980s where teenage boys convicted of petty crime would be given a "short, sharp, shock" of military-style physical training, marches and parade sessions along with woodwork classes on Saturday afternoons.
Luke Macauley Blake, 20, of Carlow Street, Middlesbrough, given a 12-month community order with attendance centre and supervision requirements, banned from driving for 12 months and ordered to pay PS800 compensation for driving without an appropriate licence, using a vehicle without insurance, driving without due care and attention, failing to stop after an accident and failing to report an accident to police.
A referral order he was subject to as a result of his previous convictions was revoked and he was re-sentenced to a six-month youth rehabilitation order with a supervision requirement, and ordered him to complete 16 hours at an attendance centre.
He must attend an attendance centre for a total of 24 hours following a guilty plea.
Carlisle magistrates imposed a 36-hour attendance centre order.
The West Midlands Police Museum has the original register kept by the Bilston Attendance Centre in the 1950s.
But that charge was reduced to threats to kill and she was handed an 18-week sentence at an attendance centre.
But the charge was reduced to threats to kill and she was handed an 18-week sentence at an attendance centre.
She was eventually convicted for the lesser offence of making threats to kill and sentenced to 18 weeks in an attendance centre.