Still no way out: foreign national women and trafficked women in the criminal justice system

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Prison Reform Trust
Prison Reform Trust
Date of publication
17 September 2018
Criminal Justice Services, Social Policy, Minority Groups
Social welfare
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This report considers the experience of foreign national women and trafficked women in the criminal justice system in England and Wales. It draws upon data from a number of sources, including published statistics, freedom of information requests and parliamentary questions, inspectorate reports and research studies as well as evidence gathered by Hibiscus.

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