attendance centre


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attendance centre

in England, a place at which young offenders are required to attend regularly instead of going to prison. They are usually run by the police and the sessions try to instil discipline and social skills.
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He was sentenced to a community order with 36 hours at an attendance centre and 250 hours of unpaid work, banned from driving for 15 months and ordered to pay court costs.
Three of the alleged sex assaults are said to have taken place at the attendance centre against one complainant who was "last back to the showers" after a cross-country run.
Doing it by the book: The Bilston attendance centre record book kept by West Midlands Police Museum curator Dave Cross, inset.
She was eventually convicted for the lesser offence of making threats to kill and sentenced to 18 weeks in an attendance centre.
TWO local teenagers accused of stealing cigarettes worth pounds 876 from a Llandudno newsagents were yesterday ordered to go to an attendance centre for 30 hours.
The Coventry Junior Mixed Attendance Centre in Whitefriars Lane, works with 10 to 17-year-olds who have committed crimes.
The origins of the attendance centre are traced back to mid-nineteenth century and the search for an alternative to imprisonment for juvenile offenders.
This includes 60 hours of unpaid work and 24 hours of activities at a senior attendance centre.
The officer also found time in the early 1980s to run the Wrexham Attendance Centre, then held at facilities at St Joseph's Catholic High School at weekends.
A FORMER visitor to an attendance centre where a retired police chief is alleged to have sexually abused a child told a court he never saw anything untoward.
The following cases were heard at Cardiff Magistrates' Court: | Liam Jordan Southall, 18, of Harris Avenue, Rumney, Cardiff, was put on a community order with 36 hours at an attendance centre for stealing a bag of tools worth PS800, interfering with a Renault van and possessing cannabis.
Callum David Young, 18, of Moray Road, Norton, given a 12-month community order with an attendance centre requirement, a curfew requirement and a supervision requirement and ordered to pay PS500 compensation for criminal damage and breaching a conditional discharge.