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Culture, Health & Wellbeing Alliance 14s
in - "people in prison have faced extended periods of time in their cells (at least 23 hours a day), alongside a halt to most employment and education opportunities"
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PrisonStorm 5h
3 staff arrested and charged. 292 warnings. 624 staff. 1500 prisoners. You do the maths. This Newsround piece yesterday via
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Debbie Hogg Sep 24
I witnessed why many assaults happen in . Now think about this: Is it acceptable for some managers to ‘assault’ their own colleagues on the frontline because they speak up about malpractice & corruption? Would knocking management out ease frustrations & mental strain?
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Angela Buckley 🔎 Sep 25
In the 19th century, time in prison was known as ‘doing bird’ (bird lime = time). Years of penal servitude were ‘rubs’: 1 month was referred to as ‘moon’, 3 months was ‘carpet’ or ‘drag’, 12 months was a ‘stretch’, and 21 months was a ‘pontoon’
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Reform & Rebuild Sep 27
Peter Clarke, HM Chief Inspector of , said that overall “the response to the COVID-19 pandemic at has led to a less safe, less decent & less purposeful prison.”
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Women in Forensics 21h
New CA Law Requires Inmate Housing by Gender Identity: Connecticut legislators passed a similar law in 2018. A 2009 study of California inmates by University of California, Irvine found that a transgender inmate is 13 times…
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PrisonStorm Sep 25
Another spike is the last thing that England and Wales need. Looming possibility of will prove devastating for people living and working inside.
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Reform & Rebuild 20h
Replying to @prisonadvice
Has consideration been given, as to how the absence of human touch between prisoners, families & will psychologically affect them? We must not let the restricted regimes across become the ‘new normal’,
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Dr. Meghan Novisky Sep 23
The latest episode of the Gerontologist podcast features an interview w/ that addresses correctional facilities as hotspots as well as the challenges of caregiving in .
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PrisonStorm Sep 25
Population and Capacity Briefing for Friday 25th September 2020. Source: MOJ / HMPPS.
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Women in Forensics 24h
Family Contact Comes at High Cost for Alaska Inmates During COVID-19: With family visits barred during the pandemic, relatives of Alaska prisoners pay high fees to stay in touch with their loved ones by phone. The state…
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Jenn Burrill Sep 26
It's not just ...this happens in our too: Filmmaker 's documentary "Belly of the Beast" tells the stories of women subjected to unwanted behind bars in California. "Forced sterilization is "
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Deacon Sarah Gillard - Faulkner 5h
The feast of St Michael and All Angels! He has followed me in my life since 2006. Today however on this first I call on his intercession for all those who keep our society safe in . For my own colleagues who are 🙏
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Books Behind Bars: Life, Literature, & Leadership Sep 22
Oregon Prisons Ban Dozens of Technology and Computing Books Over Security Concerns via
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Nikos Sitaropoulos Sep 28
Living with HIV/ in : Segregation and Othering Endorsed by the Crt in Dikaiou v via
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Live Law Sep 27
Replying to @LiveLawIndia
Delhi HC has issued notice to the State to provide info on how many prisoners are suffering from COVID19 and how many persons are out in bail who are supposed to surrender next month
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Tara Calishain Sep 27
Richmond Times-Dispatch: Ten inmates at Deerfield Correctional Center now dead from COVID-19 -
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Women in Forensics 24h
Why Redefining ‘Violence’ Should Be a Justice Priority: Too many individuals trapped in the justice system are mislabeled as “violent,” even when their behavior doesn’t merit being treated as dangerous,…
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Junker Jörg 📖🙏✝️ 20h
Replying to @Bilko471
The and are ear marked for it first. too. is the evil man behind all this.
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Reform & Rebuild 17h
Many have not allowed clothing allowances because of covid. Many on remand have been stuck in just 1 tracksuit because establishments won’t allow for clothing to be sent in or received. This in itself is a major hygiene risk.
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