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Remanded Juveniles

Volume 891: debated on Monday 28 April 1975

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asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department (1) how many of the 891 juveniles in 1973 first received as untried, not subsequently received as convicted unsentenced, and subsequently given a non-custodial sentence, were in custody (a) up to one month, (b) one-two months, (c)>two-three months(d) three-four months, (e) four-five months, (f) five-six months and (g) over six months, respectively;(2) how many of the 311 juveniles in 1973 first received as untried and subsequently received as convicted unsentenced, and subsequently given a non-custodial sentence were in custody (

a) up to one month, ( b) one-two months, ( c) two-three months, ( d) three-four months, ( e) four-

BOYS AND GIRLS AGED 14–16 YEARS: TIME ON REMAND PRIOR TO RECEIPT OF A NON-CUSTODIAL SENTENCE 1973

Columns:

(a) First received as untried, not subsequently received as convicted unsentenced;
(b) First received as untried and subsequently received as convicted unsentenced;
(c) First received as convicted unsentenced.

Time

(a) (b) (c)
Up to and including 1 month704162310
Over 1 month, up to and including 2 months13211288
Over 2 months, up to and including 3 months32264
Over 3 months, up to and including 4 months1294
Over 4 months, up to and including 5 months701
Over 5 months, up to and including 6 months111
Over 6 months310
Totals891311408