Prisons in Parliament – 12 Dec

Prison reform, detached duty and young & transgender prisoners 

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Prisons in the press – 11 November

Riot, break-out and fascinating documentaries

... Image: Zlatko Vickovic

… Image: Zlatko Vickovic

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Crack down on drugs, drones and mobile phones promises Truss

Justice secretary announced White Paper prison reforms in parliament this week

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Liz Truss: First female Lord High Chancellor. Image: Dominic Lipinski/PA, The Guardian

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Prisons in parliament

Recruitment to be at heart of reform says justice secretary 

The new justice secretary set out her vision for reform at the conservative party conference last week, explaining that old prisons would continue to be replaced and a recruitment drive would help make prisons safer.

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Prisons in the press – 7 October

Probation overhaul criticised, more prison officers and trouble at Maghaberry

WTF by a prisoner called Peter at HMP Dovegate. Source: Prison Watch UK

WTF by a prisoner called Peter at HMP Dovegate. Source: Prison Watch UK

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Prisons in the press – 30 Sept 2016

Easier to get drugs than clothes or bedding in English prison

Source: Chris Grey on Flickr

Source: Chris Grey on Flickr

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Prisons in the press – 24 June

Rates of self-harm soar and a King is found buried under a prison

The final resting place of Henry I of England is thought to be below one of Britain's Victorian jails

The final resting place of Henry I of England is thought to be below one of Britain’s Victorian jails

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