ニュースの中での Custody

コロケーションの例

child custody 子供の親権
custody battle 監護権の戦い
police custody 警察の監護
protective custody 保護監護
taken into custody 拘留された

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出版物および例文

The China Post
· Police department with Elijah McClain case gets new chief  
Aurora police have said McClain refused to stop walking and fought back when officers tried to take him into custody.
The Age
· Indigenous arrest rates are 'a national crisis', says Marcia Langton  
Prominent academic Marcia Langton says Black Lives Matter protests must continue to agitate for changes to reduce Indigenous incarceration and deaths in custody in a criminal justice system that is structurally racist.
The Age
· Man charged over alleged fatal stabbing of mother in Sydney's north-west  
David Tran in police custody on Tuesday.Credit:Nine News
Al Jazeera
· Activists call for 'global spotlight' on plight of Kashmiris  
About 7,000 people were taken into custody whereas hundreds remained under house arrest or behind bars without charge.
The New York Times
· The Challenges of Polyamorous Parenting  
To understand how new and prospective nonmonogamous families can take on challenges like child custody, adoption and just day-to-day life, I spoke with a sociologist, two psychologists, a lawyer and members of two nonmonogamous families.
Liverpool Echo
· Attempted murder arrests after shots fired in mass brawl  
They remain in custody.
The Independent
· George Floyd: Leaked police bodycam footage shows how fatal arrest began  
Mr Floyd later died in police custody and the incident has proved to be a tinderbox moment for race relations in the US and around the world.
The Independent
· Alexander Kareem death: Seven arrested in case of ‘mistaken identity’ murder  
The Metropolitan Police said all seven were arrested in the early hours of Tuesday and taken into custody at London police stations.
FRANCE 24
· Hollywood actors, renowned writers urge Egypt to free activist  
Under Egyptian law, defendants can be remanded in custody for up to two years but authorities routinely prolong detentions indefinitely.
The New York Times
· Behrouz Boochani Just Wants to Be Free  
His immigration status made him technically ineligible, but his publisher argued that, as a refugee living and writing under Australian custody, Boochani had no other homeland in which to be judged.