Prisons in parliament – 13 February

Questions raised over fate of EU nationals and drug users in prisons

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Question: What will happen to EU nationals after Brexit? Image: Mike Steele

Prisons in Parliament brings you up-to-date on the last week of politics and prisons. What’s been said? And by whom? Get it all here.

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Prisons in the press – 4 November

2,500 more officers to be recruited to fight the war on drugs, drones and mobile phones

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Eagles could soon be used to down drones. Image: Don McCullough

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Prisons in the press brings you the best articles from the past week to keep you up-to-date on prison news.

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What is being done to address rising reoffending rates? Under scrutiny this week.

Short sentences under scrutiny. Image: Joe Gratz

Prisons in Parliament brings you up-to-date on the last week of politics and prisons. What’s been said? And by whom? Get it all here. 

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Prisons in the press – 23 September

Prison violence at a “wholly unacceptable level” and the fashion labels that are reforming lives

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A UK organisation selling embroidery is transforming rehabilitation. Image: Ryan Carver

Prisons in the press brings you the best articles from the past week to keep you up-to-date on prison news.

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Prisons in the press – 16 September

Suicide prevention and prisoner rehabilitation top this week’s agenda

A ground breaking prosecution for musical inmates this week. Image: Global Panorama

Transfers of prisoners to mental health hospitals have increased by 20 per cent. Image: Global Panorama

Prisons in the press brings you the best articles from the past week to keep you up-to-date on prison news.

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Older prisoners are being failed, warns Prison Reform Trust

Older prisoners set to fail by lack of support on release 

Older prisoners are being failed on their release, a new report finds. Image: Thomas Hawk

Older prisoners are being failed on their release, a new report finds. Image: Thomas Hawk

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A new report by the Prison Reform Trust and Restore Supprt Network reveals that older prisoners are not adequately provided for on release from prison

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The 3 Pillars Project: a course set to revolutionise rehabilitation

 Rugby and military discipline – the keys to rehabilitation? 

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Soldiers from the Royal Tank Regiment. Image: Defence Images

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Could a combination of rugby and military discipline be the keys to the rehabilitation of both adult and young offenders?  

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