A youth detention center, also known as Juvenile Hall is a prison for people under the age of 18. An offender residing in a center is coloquially referred to as a Juvie, and the center is often referred to coloquially by the same name by the general public.
Its intended purpose is to protect the public from the criminal actions of minors by granting those minors secure detention and temporary care with intent, in most cases, to make those who serve time functioning adults in society.
While Juvenile Hall is technically a prison, it is different from a penal institution, however, because education is usually provided to compensate for the offender's removal from a public school, and the center is designed to be like an offender's home as much as possible.
Categories: Law stubs | Prisons and detention centres A reformatory is a juvenile prison where legal minors are sent by (juvenile or general) courts to spend a custodial sentence, separate from the bad example of and abuse by adult (often hardened) convicts, usually gender-separated (mainly boys). ...
The YouthDetentionCenter was found to be 100% compliant for all mandatory ACA standards, and approximately 98.6% compliant for non-mandatory standards.
YouthDetention Officers raise the ACA flag at the 'Five Star' ceremony on September 15, 2003.
With the accreditation of the YouthDetentionCenter, the Monmouth County Sheriff's Office is the first agency in the United States of America to earn national accreditation in five distinct areas of operation.
In the wake of revelations that lapses at the county's juvenile detention facility allowed her daughter to commit suicide and the subsequent firing of one of the employees, a Henderson woman is questioning the assertion that the death was an isolated incident brought on by employee misbehavior.
Kish believes detention workers who knew Brittany from her many previous trips there didn't take seriously Brittany's potential to harm herself, nor did they listen to the other girls who tried to alert them that something was wrong in her cell.
Kish doesn't think Brittany was ever mistreated at the detentioncenter, but as she looks back, she sees evidence that suggests staffing was thin.
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