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reformatory

(formerly) a place of instruction where young offenders were sent for corrective training
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Pray, how can such facilities effectively serve the purpose of reformatory homes even if the officials have the best of intentions and the inmates are favourably disposed to correction?
TESDA aimed to give hope to the inmates making them employable after serving the reformatory center.
When the reformatory opened, its first group of boys totaled 53.
A heavy sadness hovers over the former Ohio State Reformatory in Mansfield, Ohio, where prisoners were crammed into tiny cells amid the metal-on-metal mesh of containment and collected sweat, and where you can re-enact the chilling echo from the chakunnnggg of the door slamming shut in solitary confinement, leaving only disorienting darkness.
He pointed out the Sharjah Punitive and Reformatory Establishments (SPRE) encourages none Muslims to convert to Islam through religious lectures which aimed at spread of Islam teachings.
He said such experience resulted in correcting the behavior of many once sent to reformatory houses as early as possible.
But he was sent to Ohio State Reformatory after being caught behind the wheel again.
Achieving Baby Care Success (ABCS), the first and only Ohio prison nursery, was started at The Ohio Reformatory for Women (ORW) in Marysville, Ohio.
President Al-Basher addressing, Monday, the inauguration of the 4th phase of Al-Huda Reformatory City in Omdurman, gave directives for completion of all the police projectsto enable the policemen to perform their duties towards protection of the citizens and proporities .
The buildings were later repurposed for use as a school and a Catholic girls' reformatory run by the Sisters of St Joseph.