Hm Chief Inspector of Prisons for England and Wales

Hm Chief Inspector of Prisons for England and Wales

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During the inspection year (September 2008 to August 2009) a total of 93 custodial establishments were inspected. Each establishment is assessed against four healthy prison tests: safety, respect, purposeful activity and resettlement. 72 per cent of assessments were positive. Full inspection reports made 4, 513 recommendations for improvement, of which 96 per cent were accepted, wholly or in principle, by the National Offender Management Service. Unannounced follow-up inspections found that overall 67 per cent of recommendations had been achieved. Open and women's prisons performed best, with training prisons showing the lowest level of achievement. The Inspectorate published 103 reports on a wide range of establishments and topics. The annual report reflects on progress in reducing the women's prison population, contrasting with no discernable progress for young adults in prison who remain a neglected and under-resourced age-group with a high rate of re-offending. The report stresses the continual pressure from an increasing population set against actual and threatened budget cuts. Population pressure affects the whole system - stretching resources and managerial energy, keeping in use buildings that should be condemned, doubling-up prisoners in cramped cells, leading to unnecessary and destabilising prisoner moves. All this compromises successful rehabilitation. In 2009 the Inspectorate became the co-ordinator for the UK's National Preventive Mechanism (NPM) established under the Optional Protocol to the UN Convention against Torture and Inhuman and Degrading Treatment. The NPM consists of 18 existing bodies which are independent and have the right to inspect all places of detention.Police lmmigration detainees could be detained for longer - up to seven days. ... while meeting national Home Office design guidelines, offered little privacy, inhibiting the disclosure of sensitive or personal ... However, even in some of the more modern buildings, standards of maintenance had been allowed to deteriorateanbsp;...

Title:Hm Chief Inspector of Prisons for England and Wales
Author: Great Britain: H.M. Inspectorate of Prisons for England and Wales
Publisher:The Stationery Office - 2010

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