Detention

Detention may refer to:

  • School detention, a form of punishment used in schools
  • Detention (imprisonment), imprisonment of someone guilty or suspected of a crime
  • Detention (2003 film)
  • Detention (2010 film)
  • Detention (2011 film)
  • "Detention" (Cold Case episode), episode 58 (3.12) of the television series Cold Case
  • Detention (TV series)
  • Detention basin, an artificial flow control structure that is used to contain flood water for a limited period of a time
  • Remand (detention), the keeping in custody of an arrested person awaiting ajudication
  • Immigration detention, imprisonment of an unauthorised person entering a country

Other articles related to "detention":

Swedish Detainees At Guantanamo Bay
... They reported being held in secret detention centres run with American oversight, and being interrogated by American interrogators ... They were set free after several months of extrajudicial detention ...
Libyan Detainees At Guantanamo Bay
... A total of 778 detainees have been held in extrajudicial detention in the Guantanamo Bay detention camps, in Cuba since the camps opened on January 11, 2002 ... had the right under habeas corpus to challenge their detention before an impartial tribunal, transfers to Guantanamo decreased ...
Linköping Bloodbath - Detention, Trial and Execution
... Most prominent among these Swedish senators was the Chancellor of Sweden, Erik Sparre ... While Charles did not detain Sigismund as well, he forced him to agree to the Treaty of Linköping and to agree that their dispute would be settled by a future Riksdag of the Estates in Stockholm ...
Sarposa Prison - Post-Taliban Use
... that the prison continued to be used in the post-Taliban era for detention and interrogation ... of the captives were later transported to extrajudicial detention in the Guantanamo Bay detention camps, in Cuba, and finally to the Parwan Detention Facility next to ...

Famous quotes containing the word detention:

    I would like you to understand completely, also emotionally, that I’m a political detainee and will be a political prisoner, that I have nothing now or in the future to be ashamed of in this situation. That, at bottom, I myself have in a certain sense asked for this detention and this sentence, because I’ve always refused to change my opinion, for which I would be willing to give my life and not just remain in prison. That therefore I can only be tranquil and content with myself.
    Antonio Gramsci (1891–1937)