Any person below 16 years old who is arrested and charged in the Family Justice Courts' Youth Courts.
The Youth Court judge will decide whether to offer bail when a youth offender is charged in court.
The court will decide the bail conditions on a case by case basis. These may include:
To post bail for a youth offender, you must:
What can be pledged as security depends on the bail amount set by the Youth Courts.
You should go to the Youth Courts. The court staff will guide you on where to go and what to do.
You must bring your identity card (NRIC) or passport. If the bail amount is above $15,000, you will have to present cash or cash equivalents as security.
Contact the Youth Courts at 6435 5471 or email email@example.com if circumstances change after posting bail, such as if you no longer wish to be a bailor or if the youth offender needs to leave Singapore.
Legislation associated with this topic includes: