1. How long are prison sentences for young female offenders likely to be for varying degrees of crime? I can fudge this if necessary because it's not exactly a Real World setting and doesn't have to be entirely accurate, but I'd like to get at least a rough idea.
2. What is it actually like to be in an institution for female YOs?
I've found plenty of info on where they are and how they're structured by Googling variations on "young female offenders institute uk": for example, I found pages which say that they're usually just separate wings of an adult womens' prison, that there are usually only about four to six girls in one at once, and that they're kept in separate cells and don't have communal showers, but I've been unable to find anything which, say, explains what they do all day. Uniforms? Schooling? Contact with family? Interaction with each other?
EDIT: Comments have suggested that a secure childrens' home would work a lot better, since these two haven't done anything terribly severe. I agree, this would work better. So, anyone know much about what those are like?