PYO

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AcronymDefinition
PYOPick Your Own (farming)
PYOPersistent Young Offender (UK)
PYOProgressive Youth Organisation (political group)
PYOPeninsula Youth Orchestra (San Carlos, CA)
PYOPaul Yaffe Originals (custom motorcycles; Phoenix, AZ)
PYOPhiladelphia Youth Orchestra
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As we reported last night, a persistent young offender from the Keresley area simply ripped off his tag and went on the run.
The 17-year-old was classed as a persistent young offender -one of the 10pc of offenders who commit half of all crime in this country.
The court heard the boy was a persistent young offender with 30 previous convictions and he had also received concurrent sentences for other offences.
Four years ago the government set all the criminal justice agencies a target of 71 days, from arrest to sentence, to finalise cases where the defendant was classified as a persistent young offender.
Hook, a persistent young offender, first achieved notoriety when, as a 17-year-old, he was sent by Gloucestershire social services on an 88-day ``character building'' trip to Egypt and Africa with a member of staff from the Bryn Melyn youth rehabilitation centre in north Wales.
A new policy has already seen a reduction in the delays affecting persistent young offender (PYO) cases from 120 days in March 2000 to 102 days in December 2000.
Yesterday, a 14-year-old joyrider became the first persistent young offender to be put on the surveillance programme.
Lawrence had a difficult upbringing, addicted to drugs from the age of 12, and was a persistent young offender who couldn't last more than a month without committing a crime.
A Persistent Young Offender is someone aged 10-17 sentenced for a recordable offence three times or more over three years.
A Persistent Young Offender is aged 10-17, and is sentenced three times in three years.
A Persistent Young Offender is someone aged 10- 17 sentenced for a recordable offence three times or more over three years.
I NOTED with interest your story in Tuesday's (April 22) edition of the South Wales Echo about the swift prosecution of a persistent young offender ('Teen locked up within two days') thanks to the out-of-hours service offered by CPS Direct.