The Commission on Intercourse in Prison’s last report, posted today (Tuesday 17 March), features reports from previous prisoners talking the very first time about their experiences of intercourse behind pubs.
Intercourse in jail: Experiences of previous prisoners could be the 5th and briefing that is final posted by the Commission, that was founded because of the Howard League for Penal Reform and includes eminent academics, previous jail governors and wellness professionals.
Suggestions through the Commission’s two-year inquiry may be presented today (Tuesday 17 March) at a seminar in London.
The Commission desired authorization to interview current prisoners about their experiences of intercourse in jail, but this process ended up being obstructed because of the Ministry of Justice.
Nevertheless, Dr Alisa Stevens, Lecturer in Criminology during the University of Southampton, surely could interview 26 prisoners that are former the summer of 2014 – 24 guys and two females.
Her report concludes that the nationwide study of both the serving jail populace and previous prisoners, completely sustained by but in addition to the nationwide Offender Management provider (NOMS), is “urgently needed” to know better the scale of consensual and coercive intercourse in jail. Continue reading “Previous prisoners share their experiences of intercourse in jail”