Synonyms and antonyms of young offenders institution in the English dictionary of synonyms
WORDS RELATING TO «YOUNG OFFENDERS INSTITUTION»
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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «YOUNG OFFENDERS INSTITUTION» OVER TIME
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «YOUNG OFFENDERS INSTITUTION»
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Young Men in Prison
This book examines how young men between the ages of 18 and 21 make the transition to prison life and how they adapt practically, socially and psychologically.
Joel Harvey, 2012
YoungOffenders and the Law: How the Law Responds to Youth ...
... any inmate of a Young Offenders' Institution, you will almost certainly find a
heartbreaking history of personal misery, professional neglect and lost
opportunities' (Rethinking Crime and Punishment and Children's Rights Alliance
for England, ...
Raymond Arthur, 2010
Persistent YoungOffenders: An Evaluation of Two Projects
Early in its life, the project made arrangements with the social work staff at
Glenochil Young Offenders Institution to set up a programme that allowed young
people at Freagarrach to meet staff and inmates. The purpose was to provide 'an
Mr David Lobley, Professor David Smith, 2012
Inside Justice: A Comparative Analysis of Practices and ...
Britain Young Offenders Institution Edinburgh. Scotland 9 July. 1974 The YoungOffenders Institution is part of a large complex adjacent to H. M. Prison Edinburgh
. It was built in I966 and is an apparent source of pride to those who work there.
Bayard Marin, 1983
Power, Conflict and Criminalisation
The Glenochil Young Offenders' Institution, opened in 1976 and receiving
prisoners whose sentences were over nine months, was located on the same ex-
National Coal Board site as the Detention Centre. It was a purpose- built, high-
Phil Scraton, 2007
Victim-Offender Mediation with Youth Offenders in Europe: An ...
While additional considerations apply to those aged between 10-14, this order
effectively combines two distinct penalties: the secure training order for the
younger group, and detention in a Young Offenders Institution (YOI) for those
Anna Mestitz, Simona Ghetti, 2006
YoungOffenders: Juvenile Delinquency 1700-2000
This was the reaction of James H., when he first went to a young offenders'institution at the age of fifteen in the mid1990s. He confessed that initially he was '
frightenedto a certain extent butafter getting usedtoitIthought it would boost my
Pamela Horn, 2013
Young Adult Offenders: Lost in Transition?
In England and Wales, however, this is true only to a small extent; offenders aged
between 18 and 21, if given a custodial sentence, are normally sent not to a
prison but to a Young Offenders Institution and their sentences must be followed
Friedrich Lösel, Friedrich Losel, A. E. Bottoms, 2012
Crime and Punishment in Britain
Thirdly, they may simply sentence him to 'detention in a young offenders'institution' for any period to which their powers would allow them to send him to
prison. Fine-defaulters in this age-group can be sent only to a young offenders'institution ...
Nigel Walker, 2010
European Rules for Juvenile Offenders Subject to Sanctions ...
Similarly, in England and Wales detention in a young offenders institution is
provided for 15- to 17-year-old juveniles (and in separate units for 18- to 20-year-
old young adults), whereas 12- to 14-year-old (recidivist) offenders can be placed
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «YOUNG OFFENDERS INSTITUTION»
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Specially trained officers called to quell disturbance at young …
AN inmate was taken to prison with head injuries after a riot lasting several hours at a North-East young offenders institution. The major disturbance at Deerbolt ... «The Northern Echo, Mar 15»
Isis Young Offenders institution 'an improving prison'
Isis manages a difficult population of young adult men - many of whom are serving sentences ... As the Chief Inspector makes clear, Isis is an improving prison. «ITV News, Aug 14»
Bullying rises at young offender institution where boy killed himself
A young offenders institution criticised for failing to support a 17-year-old boy who hanged himself after being bullied is still struggling to keep its inmates safe, ... «The Guardian, Aug 14»
Glen Parva youth offenders' prison labelled 'unsafe' by inspectors
A young offenders institution in Leicestershire has been labelled unsafe by inspectors. HM Inspectorate of Prisons visited Glen Parva - which holds about 650 ... «BBC News, Aug 14»
Calls for 'squalid' Brinsford young offenders institution to be shut down
Inspectors have condemned 'squalid' conditions at a Midlands young offendersinstitution - sparking calls for it to be closed down. Inmates at HMYOI Brinsford ... «Birmingham Mail, Apr 14»
'Secure college' plans for young offenders revealed
It will be built on land already owned by the government alongside Glen Parva Young Offenders Institution and it will predominantly house people from the East ... «BBC News, Jan 14»
Feltham young offenders institution to be replaced with adult prison
Justice Secretary Chris Grayling announced that a feasibility study is already underway to redevelop the Feltham Young Offenders Institution site in west London ... «Evening Standard, Sep 13»
Two Children Had Arms Broken During Young Offenders Strip Search
Just one of the 3,773 strip searches conducted during the 12 months before the inspection at HM Young Offenders Institution (HMYOI) Ashfield, near Bristol, ... «Huffington Post UK, Jun 13»
Polmont Young Offenders Institution 'yet to reach potential'
A report into Polmont Young Offenders Institution near Falkirk has said it has yet to reach its full potential. HM Chief Inspector of Prisons Brigadier Hugh Monro ... «BBC News, Feb 13»
Second riot at Moorland Young Offenders Institution
Inmates have been involved in a second night of rioting at a young offendersinstitution in South Yorkshire. About 55 prisoners at Moorland Young Offenders ... «BBC News, Nov 10»
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