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Attendance Centres (Nottinghamshire)

Volume 987: debated on Thursday 3 July 1980

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asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department what is the number and the location of attendance centres so far established for younger offenders in Nottinghamshire; and what is the cost to the public of each of them.

At present there are two attendance centres in Nottinghamshire; one in Mansfield which is available for boys aged 10–16 and one in Nottingham for boys and girls aged 10–16. During the last financial year expenditure on the Mansfield centre, which opens every fortnight, was £3,324. Expenditure on the Nottingham centre, which opens weekly and has a higher average number of juveniles attending, was £9,160.