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5.1 PSYCHOLOGY, Social issues, Law, Criminology, Social sciences
This article focuses on the potential role and benefits bail support and supervision(BSS) schemes may have for young people in the Irish context. This article is based on a wider Ph.D study examining the issue of coping on remand. The research used court observation and semi-structured interviews conducted with young prisoners aged 16 to 21 years in remand custody. The findings indicate that young people often end up in remand custody as a result of non-compliance with bail. The case is made arising from the research, that the operation of bail support and supervision (BSS) schemes may benefit these young people greatly.
Freeman, S. (2008). The Experience of Young People Remanded in Custody: A Case for Bail Support and Supervision Schemes, Irish Probation Journal, 5, 91-102.