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Prison conditions in 2017

Prison Inspectors provide graphic evidence of the terrible physical state of many local prisons in England.

Prison

Pushing on with prison reform

Rachel O’Brien says the New Futures Network will drive prison reform on the ground and argues that reform is the only way to return safety and positive regimes.

Prison

In the eye of the Prison Storm

Prison Storm is a regular Twitter-based discussion group which looks at all things penal. It is an open platform and free to join, so why not add your voice?

Prison

What does prison governor autonomy mean?

Written ministerial statement To accompany the Prisons and Courts Bill published last Thursday (24 February 2017), Justice Secretary Liz Truss published a written ministerial statement

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The battle for prison reform – so far

A timeline of the main events in the battle for prison reform. A clickable resource including background information on main policy documents, speeches etc.

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