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Ashford Remand Centre

Volume 19: debated on Friday 12 March 1982

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asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department (1) how many inmates under 21 years were held in Ashford remand centre on the most recent convenient date;(2) how many inmates of Ashford remand centre on the most recent convenient date were aged 15, 16, 17, 18, 19 and 20 years, respectively;(3) how many inmates aged less than 21 years held :in Ashford remand centre on the most recent convenient date were untried, convicted but unsentenced, and sentenced respectively;(4) how many untried or unsentenced inmates held in Ashford remand centre on the most recent convenient date had been there for fewer than three weeks, for three weeks or more, three months or more, and six months or more, respectively.

asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department what proportion of the untried or unsentenced inmates under 21 years of age held in Ashford remand centre on the most recent convenient date were charged with offences involving violence, sex, robbery, arson drug trafficking, theft and burglary, respectively.

The information requested is not recorded centrally and could be made available only at disproportionate cost.