attendance centre order

attendance centre order

a court order requiring a young offender to attend an ATTENDANCE CENTRE.
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Magistrates made an attendance centre order for 12 hours.
Carlisle magistrates imposed a 36-hour attendance centre order.
He's sentenced to a 10-hour Attendance Centre Order and ordered to pay pounds 5.
At just 14 in 1995, he was convicted of his first robbery and violent disorder and given an attendance centre order.
But he has been given a 12-hour community punishment order - called an attendance centre order - for the breach.
Failing to comply with attendance centre order and theft.
Carl James Crook, 23 , of Portman Street, Middlesbrough, banned from driving for two years and given a 12-month community order with an attendance centre order for having no insurance or test certificate and driving without an appropriate licence.
He was later put on three years supervision for robbery and burglary, then sentenced to an attendance centre order for assault and witness intimidation.
At North Tyneside Magistrates Court, Myers, 18, admitted assault and was given a 46 hour attendance centre order and ordered to pay pounds 400 compensation to the girl and pounds 300 costs.
Stuart Michael Collier, aged 19, of Murray Road, Radford, Coventry, failing to comply with an attendance centre order, fined pounds 50 and attendance centre order to continue.
Aaron James Liburd, aged 21, of Ranby Road, Hillfields, Coventry, failing to comply with an attendance centre order, fined pounds 50 or serve one day's detention.