Prison Reform and Offender Management Conference
The 2016 Queen’s Speech highlighted government plans for the biggest criminal justice system reforms since Victorian times. These include giving governors greater powers, such as control over budgets, choosing rehabilitation and education services, and being able to change prison regime. Six prisons have been chosen to trial this new criminal justice model, which will see governors being held accountable through increased transparency. Education in prisons will also be improved, with each prisoner benefiting from a bespoke learning plan designed to assist in full rehabilitation. Other reforms are aimed at reducing the pressure on prison services, such as allowing offenders to be monitored at work and home via satellite tracking tags during the week. Some have criticised the proposed Prisons and Courts Reform Bill, however, as not addressing the serious issues of violence, self-harm, underfunding and overcrowding in prisons.
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