p2 UNIT 12 PUBLIC SERVICES

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P2 State the main sentences and orders criminal courts can impose Youth Sentences: A Detention and Training Order (DTO) is available for offenders aged between 12 and 17. The length of a DTO will be between four months and two years. Pre-court measures Community resolutions Youth Caution Youth Conditional Caution Final Warnings and Reprimands – the 'final warning scheme ' – were replaced by youth cautions and youth conditional cautions on 8 April 2013, as part of the Legal Aid Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act 2012. Anti-social behavior measures Acceptable Behavior Contract Anti-Social Behavior Order Other measures Local Child Curfew Gang Injunctions Youth Restorative Disposal (pilot measure) Measures for…show more content…
A compensation order can either be a sentence in its own right or more commonly an additional part of the overall sentence. Compensation can be ordered if the defendant is sent to prison only if the defendant has the means to pay immediately. Reparation Order: The Reparation Order is available for any juvenile (10 to 17 years old) who has been

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