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Digital copy of a Paper by Mario Lundy on the implications of extending the age range of remands to Les Chênes School.

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Reference ZC/D/AW2/A2/8/5/WD005203
Date May 3rd 1993
Scope and Content Refers to recent comments to the press by Mr [David] Trott, Juvenile Magistrate highlighting concern about the lack of remand facilities for juveniles aged 16 and over. Outlines the admissions policy for Les Chênes with respect to children beyond the age of compulsory school attendance, referring to requests for Les Chênes to accept older youngsters in response to delays in reopening the Young Offenders Centre. Details implications of these admissions on existing school policy, accommodation and staffing outlining reasons why extending the age range of remands to Les Chênes would be inappropriate. Finishes with a conclusion that it would be inappropriate to make remand facilities for older juveniles available at Les Chênes while the school caters for school age children.
Names Lundy, Mario
Trott, David
Department of Health and Social Security
Education Committee
Les Chênes School
Young Offenders Centre
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Language English
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Digital copy of a Paper by Mario Lundy on the implications of extending the age range of remands to Les Chênes School.

ZC/D/AW2/A2/8/5/WD005203

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