Prison inquiry demanded by governors after 'unprecedented' rise in violence

Prison inquiry demanded by governors after 'unprecedented' rise in violence
 

The Prison Governors Association has called on the government to set up an independent public inquiry into the state of prisons in England and Wales.
It follows what the association describes as an "unprecedented" rise in violence and suicides in prisons.
The association's members voted unanimously for a public inquiry at the body's annual conference in Derby.
Justice Secretary Liz Truss last week promised an extra £14m to recruit more prison officers.
'Brutal environment' The association, which represents 1,021 governors across the UK, said that in the 12 months to June there... read more

 
12 October 2016 in Regional, Views: 41
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