What do you need to make the best use of your time in prison

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Wainwright, Lucy; Harriott, Paula; Saajedi, Soruche
Prison Reform Trust
Date of publication
9 July 2019
Offenders, Criminal Justice Services, Mental health services
Social welfare
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This report includes responses from over 1,250 prisoners, ex-prisoners and their families. Many prisoners highlighted positive contributions from staff. This reveals that prisoners want to have healthy, respectful relationships with staff on the understanding that a calm, safe and productive prison environment benefits all.

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