young offender


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young offender

njugendlicher Straftäter; home for young offendersJugendstrafanstalt f
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My comrade, having the brand of an old offender, was executed; the young offender was spared, having obtained a reprieve, but lay starving a long while in prison, till at last she got her name into what they call a circuit pardon, and so came off.
As to me, I think my sister must have had some general idea that I was a young offender whom an Accoucheur Policemen had taken up (on my birthday) and delivered over to her, to be dealt with according to the outraged majesty of the law.
MPS have called for urgent action to combat an increase in violence in Welsh prisons, partly caused by importing young offender gang members from England.
The average cost of a young offender who went through the Teen Court was $1,204.
A spoke person for the Ministry of Justice said: "As with all deaths in custody there will be an investigation by the independent Prisons and Probation Ombudsman." Durham Constabulary were called out to the young offender institution near Bishop Auckland.
Earlier this week a report by an independent think tank found that nine out of 10 young offender institutions (YOIs) fail to deliver the minimum requirement of 15 hours of education to each teenager per week.
HALF of social worker posts in young offender institutions (YOI) are lying empty, putting young people at increased risk, a charity suggested yesterday.
To have your say and suggest reparation projects that could benefit your area visit www.dcsf.gov.uk/everychildmatters/ytf You can also write to us at Making Good, Youth Justice Board, 1 Drummond Gate, London, SW1V 2QZ Young offender at work on a cycle restoration project
"Buffy," the young offender convicted in 2008 of second degree murder and aggravated assault in the death of 13-year-old Nina Courtepatte has been sentenced as a young offender.
* People, places, and environments: How a young offender has been influenced by youth gangs, detention camps, and a special school.
Supervision would reportedly be carried out by means of a monitoring device, and in practice the young offender would wear a bracelet with a device installed at home to monitor his or her movements.

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