Remand to youth detention accommodation 1st set of conditions (youths aged 12-17, either-way & indictable offences)

You are remanded to youth detention accommodation until ………… Until then you will be the responsibility of/looked after by ………… [insert designated local authority details].

We are not granting you bail because:

  1. there are substantial grounds to believe that:
    1. you will not come back to court [and/or]
    2. you will commit an offence [and/or]
    3. you will interfere with witnesses or obstruct the course of the case [and/or]
  2. it is alleged you will commit an offence on bail, because this offence was committed on bail [and/or]
  3. you have previously been released on conditional bail and have not kept to those conditions [and/or]
  4. there are substantial grounds to believe you would commit an offence that is likely to cause, or make ………………… [insert details of associated person] fear physical or mental injury [and/or]
  5. we are satisfied that it should be refused for your own welfare [and/or]
  6. you are already serving a custodial sentence [and/or]
  7. we are satisfied that we do not have enough information to decide if you can be released [and/or]
  8. it is the only appropriate way to make sure a report is prepared.

We believe this because:

  1. of how serious the offence is and how you might be dealt with for it [and/or]
  2. of your criminal record and background [and/or]
  3. you have been given bail before but have not done as you were told [and/or]
  4. of the strength of the evidence against you [and/or]
  5. you may behave in a way that may cause, or make …………….. [insert details of associated person] think you could cause them harm [and/or]
  6. [any other relevant reason – insert details.]

You are charged with a [serious] [violent] [sexual] offence.

A remand to youth detention accommodation is necessary [to protect the public from death or serious harm from you] [to prevent you from committing imprisonable offences] because ………………….