FOI release

Police Custody: 17 year olds held in police custody as juveniles.

Data informing the decision to extend the provision of appropriate adults from 16 to 17 year olds in police custody under the Police and Criminal Evidence Act (“PACE”) 1984

Documents

Arrest data - Document 1

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Appropriate Adult Queries - Document 2

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Children and Young Peoples Estate Average Sector Prices for 2012-13 - Document 3

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Detail

Documentation used in gathering the data and reaching the conclusion that, extending the provision of appropriate adults from 16 year olds to 17 year olds in police custody under the Police and Criminal Evidence Act (“PACE”) 1984, would be costly and cause delays to the police.