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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Roger Leng; Colin Manchester
|Description:||xiii, 411 pages ; 23 cm|
|Contents:||Custodial sentences; restrictions; the seriousness condition; public protection condition; community penalties; probation orders; curfew orders; enforcement; financial penalties; increases in maximum penalties; unit fines; statements as to offenders' means; default on fines; the Parole Board; early release; misbehaviour after early release; transitional arrangements; children's evidence' the competence of children as witnesses; bypassing committal proceedings; video recordings; parental responsbility for young offenders; parental duty to attend court; local authority duty to attend court; parental responsibility for financing penalties; binding duty to attend court; local authority duty to attend court; parental responsibility for financing penalties; binding over a parent or guardian; detention at the police station; remanding juveniles in custody; secure accommodation and transitional arrangements; youth proceedings and sentencing; seventeen-year-olds as "young persons"; pleading guilty by post in youth courts; custodial sentences for young offenders; attendance centre orders; the probation service; Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Probation; intervention by the Home Secretary; cash limiting; funding of independent sector agencies; court security; the issue of privatization; appointment of court security officers; prisoner escort duties; contracted-out prisons; cash limits for magistrates' courts.|
|Responsibility:||by Roger Leng and Colin Manchester.|