Manage bail and remand

How to run bail and remand services. Guidance for youth offending teams and managers.



Guidance offers detailed information for youth offending teams on:

  • why bail and remand services are important
  • national Standards
  • appropriate adult services and police bail
  • police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 transfers
  • reduce the likelihood of police bail being denied
  • unscheduled court hearings
  • assessment
  • bail Supervision and Support programmes
  • reports for court
  • bail Intensive Supervision and Surveillance
  • increase the use of bail
  • compliance and enforcement
  • considerations for court
  • remands to local authority accommodation
  • remands to youth detention accommodation
  • remand management
  • looked-after child status

For more information, read:

How to use out-of-court disposals: section 1 case management guidance

Work in court: section 2 case management guidance

Manage bail and remands: section 3 case management guidance

Assess young offenders: section 4 case management guidance

How to use reports: section 5 case management guidance

How to use community interventions: section 6 case management guidance

Custody and resettlement: section 7 case management guidance

Ways to improve quality: section 8 case management guidance

Support parents of young offenders: section 9 case management guidance

Published 15 October 2014