Warminda Bail Hostel, in Welshpool, was run by the Ministry of Justice from 1993 to 1994 for young people (Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal) on bail from the courts. Previously, it had been a hostel run by the departments responsible for child welfare. Warminda Bail Hostel closed at the end of September 1994. From 1997, the premises were used to deliver the Warminda Intensive Intervention Centre non-residential program for young offenders.
Sources used to compile this entry: Atkinson, Lynn, 'An overview of juvenile detention in Australia', in Paper presented at National Conference on Juvenile Detention, Australian Institute of Criminology, 10-13 August 1997, https://www.aic.gov.au/sites/default/files/2020-11/proceedings25.pdf. pp.22 - AKA Warminda Intensive Intervention Centre.; Information Services, Department for Community Development, Signposts: A Guide for Children and Young People in Care in WA from 1920, Government of Western Australia, 2004, https://signposts.communities.wa.gov.au//pdf/pdf.aspx; Wells, Annette, 'New Directions in Juvenile Justice in WA', in Paper presented at Australian Institute of Criminology Conference Juvenile Crime and Juvenile Justice: Toward 2000 and Beyond, Australian Institute of Criminology, 26-27 June 1997, https://web.archive.org/web/20140212105158/http://www.aic.gov.au/media_library/conferences/juvenile/wells.pdf. pp.9-11..
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Created: 20 August 2014, Last modified: 21 October 2014