|Series||Cmnd -- 1588|
|Contributions||Elliot, Katharine, Lady Harwood.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||25|
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Get this from a library! Detention in remand homes: a report of the Cambridge Department of Criminal Science on the use of sec 54 of the children and Young Presons Act, [University of Cambridge. Department of Criminal Science.]. Remand home definition: (no longer in technical use) an institution to which juvenile offenders between 8 and 14 | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples Log In Dictionary. The punishment book must be shown to the medical officer at least once a quarter. No such safeguards exist in remand homes. The present position is that the local authority is required to appoint a medical officer at every remand home and these homes are visited by medical inspectors from the Home Office. “Don’t fear the VA Remand”. That’s the lesson of this case. But, many Veterans do fear the remand. They fear that it is a black hole into which their case might disappear for months, and years.
Sep 01, · Plot: Houses and Homes is a tribute to the diversity of houses and human ingenuity around the world. It compares and contrasts various living structures across the globe and provides lovely photographs of each. The book exposes the reader to the way other cultures live, while getting them to appreicate and give thought to their own homes/5(22). The history of children's homes in Britain - orphanages, homes for those in poverty, or with special needs, reformatories, industrial and approved schools, training ships, hostels, magdalen homes etc etc. As well as each home's location, history etc. the site includes many maps, census listings, and historic images of the buildings and their inmates. A true story of an African boy, an American lawyer, and their long road to justice narrated by Angela Bassett. The Gladstone Committee () first proposed the concept of the borstal, wishing to separate youths from older convicts in adult prisons. It was the task of Sir Evelyn Ruggles-Brise (–), a prison commissioner, to introduce the system, and the first such institution was established at Borstal Prison in a village called Borstal, near Rochester, Kent, England in