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custodial

adjective cared for, carefully watched, keeping, protected, protecting, protective, safe, screened, shielding, tutelary
Associated concepts: custodial interference
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In his remarks, the Chief of the Custodial Corps, General Bashir Mohamed Jama, stressed the importance of a functional prisons service to the delivery of justice in the country and the rehabilitation of convicted offenders, before their reintegration into society.
The Dispute Service has been operating custodial protection schemes in other jurisdictions for several years.
Citing data released by the China Banking Association, the report said that the banking industry's custodial assets stood at CNY54.
Despite repeated judgments and directives passed by the court, laying down various guidelines for prevention of custodial violence and custodial deaths, the implementation by the various states appears to be extremely lax, resulting in a steady stream of cases of gross custodial violence," Singhvi's report said.
I would request the judges as also to the government of the India to take into account not only the custodial deaths in one state but also in all the jails in the country.
Other factors that were associated with a higher likelihood of custodial parents receiving all child support due included the custodial parent having at least a bachelor's degree (50.
David Cole, 28, of Malt Street, Edge Hill 2 x CTPTCOJ - 8-month custodial.
Unless they address their offending behaviour criminals can expect to serve their entire custodial term in prison.
With no improvement in the children's attendance, and a fresh prosecution for the same offence in June 2012, the magistrates awarded a custodial sentence of nine weeks, stating this was "the worst case of school non-attendance they had heard".
In the West Midlands as a whole the number of custodial sentences handed out fell from 781 in 2008-09 to 618 in 2009-10, a drop of 21 per cent.
In 36 states, loss of SSI also causes loss of Medicaid, which provides the child's medical coverage, including important drug therapy and home or institutional services that help the child and the custodial parent.
Of the 3,740 under-18s deprived of their liberty in 2006-7, youth offending specialists recommended custodial sentences in only 1,077 cases - 29% of the total.