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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An order was made that they be placed in a remand home for two or three weeks for a full assessment, where the doors of the unit were locked and education was provided at the centre.
Every day, around 600 to 800 prisoners from the central jail, the Landhi jail, the central prison for women, the juvenile prison and the remand home are brought to the city court lockup for their hearings.
Youth remanded A 16-YEAR-OLD youth, stated to have coshed the under-manager and doorman of a Cardiff cinema, was sent to a remand home for three weeks at Cardiff Juvenile Court.
The Rise was for many years used to house juvenile offenders as a remand home for children aged eight to 16 who were waiting to be seen by the courts.
The court further directed that Ms Mucheru and Mr Ng'ang'a be remanded at Lang'ata Womens Prison and Nairobi Remand Home respectively.
And, the juvenile accused has been released after completing mandatory probation period in a remand home.
Thompson made 16 court appearances and ended up in a juvenile remand home before Madness took off.
Dr Turner and Shelagh assist a man being held in a remand home whose wife is pregnant.
Our reporter, Leslie Edwards, noted: "England manager, Mr Alf Ramsey, may have been tardy in recognising Merseyside players in the past, but he has certainly made amends." 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.