Some articles on secure unit, unit, units:
... Thompson was held at the Barton Moss secure unit in Manchester, which housed 14 young offenders and was divided into three wings, including one for girls ... Venables was detained in Vardy House, a small eight-bedded unit at Red Bank secure unit in St ... The records were stored at the units and copied to officials in Whitehall ...
... the entire hospital with the exception of a small secure unit had closed by late 1991 ... The secure unit moved into what had been the Coulsdon Cottage Hospital in 2006 it held 23 patients and was run by the South London and Maudsley NHS ... The unit closed in February 2008, with the patients and staff being transferred to the River House, a new Medium Secure Unit at Bethlem Royal Hospital ...
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