Criminal Justice

Have Prisons Become a Dangerous Place?

Written by:
Darrick Jolliffe and Zubaida Haque
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Based on the work that the Runnymede Trust and The Centre for Criminology at the University of Greenwich  conducted, as well as that of many other respected organisations and individuals, we believe that the current state of prisons has moved from 'a denial of liberty’ to, in many cases, ‘a denial of human rights’ – particularly in relation to safety. This has profound implications for those serving time in prison, those working in prison and for the wider community, of which we are all part.

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