remand centre


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remand centre

n
(Law) (in Britain) an institution to which accused persons are sent for detention while awaiting appearance before a court. Until 1967 remand centres were for young people between 14 and 21 years of age
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remand centre

, remand home
n (Brit) → Untersuchungsgefängnis ntfür Jugendliche
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Terence Michael Whall, 38, of Bryngwran in Anglesey, appeared on a video link from a Liverpool remand centre before a judge at Mold Crown Court.
The prison was started as a district remand centre, which later became a correctional facility.
HMP Risley opened as a remand centre for men and women in 1964, and was re-roled to a male category C training prison in 1990.
Since the commencement of the trial, Hedges has been accommodated in a lower security remand centre
From 1983 young offenders were admitted and in 1999 a wing was added to accommodate unsentenced female prisoners following the closure of Risley's remand centre, increasing the prison size by 60 per cent.
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A photo released by authorities show the kind of basic meal a Westerner like Jutting would have been offered at the remand centre where he is being held.
A FORMER inmate of HMP Kirklevington has criticised an investigation into the former remand centre after claiming police officers witnessed abuse firsthand.
EMMERDALE (ITV, 7pm) CAIN goes to visit Aaron in the remand centre but is deeply worried about his mental state when he thinks his nephew could be suicidal.
EMMERDALE (ITV, 7pm) CAIN visits Aaron in the remand centre but is worried about his mental state when he thinks his nephew could be suicidal.
"The Director of Reformation and Rehabilitation denied allegations on social media that police had attacked detainees at the remand centre on Saturday.