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Transcript of CONTROL MEASURES
By the end of the session, you:
Should be able to provide a brief description of 3 control measures in a custodial environment.
Could highlight potential problems with individual control measures
Should be able to highlight key figures involved in the adjudication process
Should be able to highlight potential problems with individual control measures
WHY DO PRISONS NEED
Firstly, what does
'control measure' mean?
INFORMAL vs FORMAL
Approximately 100,000 disciplinary hearings held in prisons each year.
Why do you think adjudications are used?
Let's do it!
Why do Prisons have control measures?
(safety, an effective response, equal treatment for all)
What control measures are in place?
(Minor reports, adjudications, IEP schemes, Control and Restraint)
You need to explain the reasons why each process is in place, and describe the basic processes.
(lawful, reasonable, justified, proportionate, appropriate)
What are the effects that each measure has on the prisoners?
1. Commits offence
2. Prison Officer catches Prisoner
3. Writes a report
4. Prisoner issued with paper work
5. Taken to isolation
‘All institutions….require means of enforcing their rules and procedures and effective sanction for those who disobey’.
White Paper: ‘ Custody, care and justice’ 2011
Number of offence by type
Disobedience or disrespect 37,188 (40%)
Unauthorised possessions 22,557 (24%)
Violence 16,655 (18%)
Wilful damage 7,325 (8%)
Escapes or absconds 35 (<1%)
Other offences 8,568 (9%)