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Synonyms for reformatory

Synonyms for reformatory

correctional institution for the detention and discipline and training of young or first offenders

tending to reform


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FACOP, FAAP, is a professor of pediatrics at Ohio University and pediatrician for Achieving Baby Care Success at the Ohio Reformatory for Women.
While it may be confronting to conceptualise why girls as young as 12 were confined in prison like conditions, the reformatory was a manifestation of a belief in the role of environmental manipulation for social improvement, (30) and all reformatories shared an emphasis on regularity, discipline, segregation and surveillance for reform.
Can a juvenile now turned major be sent to reformatory that is only for juveniles?
Delivering its first verdict in the gang-rape of a student on a moving bus in Delhi in December last year, a Juvenile Court earlier today held the youngest accused guilty of all offences and sentenced him to three years at a reformatory home.
Binay said that on the receipt of the documents, Police Case Officer Ahmad Al Sharie of the Dammam Reformatory Jail endorsed Lanuza's case to the travel section for deportation procedures.
Meskell (1999) wrote that this newer system of reform was initiated at the Elmira Reformatory in New York.
The meeting was attended by department heads at the Directorate General of Punitive Reformatory Establishments and a representative from the International Cooperation Department at the Directorate General of the Undersecretary Diwan at the Ministry of Interior.
The box of manuscripts from Saltley Reformatory School, dated from 1855 to 1857, is the star item at the Book and Ephemera Fair at Edgbaston's Medical Institute on Harborne Road.
Mike Repel owner of Reformatory Records has been managing multiple releases, many of which he has production credits on as mixing and mastering engineer while balancing responsibilities managing the label and developing upcoming marketing campaigns, including one with Atlanta-based Encore Music Group.
The delegation, headed by HRC Deputy Chairman Zaid Al-Hussain, visited all the cells of the public prison, including the section for women prisoners, and the reformatory.
An IED went off near a security patrol in the al-Islah al-Ziraie neighborhood in western Mosul, leaving a reformatory guard of the Badosh prison killed and three others injured," the source told Aswat al-Iraq news agency.
Although a religious official and head of a Protestant Home Mission (Diakonie) reformatory in Hanover, Wolff was also chairman of the Advisory Board to the State Board of Governors (for Youth Welfare) of Lower Saxony and of the General Council for Correctional Education, a body that represented the interests of both religious and state-run reformatories, in which capacity he played a central role advising the government on the reform of youth welfare law.
It was then, in August 1816, that the call was made for an asylum, a reformatory home "at a distance from the original cause of their depravity".
of London and a former youth and family proceedings court magistrate) presents a history of the London Philanthropic Society from its creation in 1788 until 1854 when the Reformatory Schools Act was passed.
Muscat, April 17 (ONA)- Sheikh Mohammed bin Said al Kalbani, Social Development Minister today visited the Juvenile Reformatory House under the Juvenile Affairs Department at the Social Development Ministry.