Her Majesty's Chief Inspector of Prisons for England and Wales

Her Majesty's Chief Inspector of Prisons for England and Wales

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The independent Prisons Inspectorate was established in 1980 to inspect the treatment and conditions of those in prison. This report covers the period August 2001 - August 2002, during which period 64 inspection and thematic reports were published and 62 inspections were carried out in prisons and young offender institutions, juvenile prisons and immigration detention centres. Inspections highlight areas of good practice and aspects which need development within a particular establishment, but also provide a overview of general issues facing the prison service. The report highlights the issue of prison overcrowding, with over 72, 000 people currently in prison. Conclusions are drawn under the headings of: safety, including suicide and self-harm; respect, including healthcare and race relations; purposeful activity, including education and training opportunities; and resettlement activities.Yet the family in question did not speak Punjabi but a dialect Pahari. ... In some cases there was additional confusion because the interpreter spoke Urdu, the scholastic language, which is diflerent ... During the interview the answers given by the interviewee are translated into English by the interpreter, and noted by the anbsp;...

Title:Her Majesty's Chief Inspector of Prisons for England and Wales
Author: Great Britain: H.M. Inspectorate of Prisons for England and Wales
Publisher: - 2002

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