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Inside Feltham: Why young offender institution is one of the scariest in Britain

Inside Feltham: Why young offender institution is one of the scariest in Britain

In 1991, a 15-year-old boy from Great Yarmouth was sent to Feltham Prison in West London, about 200 miles from his home, for 188 days. His name was Jeffrey Horler.…

Prisoner died after warders failed to provide treatment for his cancer

Prisoner died after warders failed to provide treatment for his cancer

A prison complaints body has slammed HMP Birmingham after a terminally-ill convict had to wait until he was ‘screaming in agony’ before being admitted to hospital. Carl Dent, of Woodcross,…

Birmingham dad died serving a nine-week sentence for theft

Birmingham dad died serving a nine-week sentence for theft

An investigation has been launched into the death of a father-of-three whose body was found in a cell at Birmingham Prison. Marlon McIntosh, from Quinton, was serving a nine-week sentence…

Remembering Pauline: Six Years On…

Remembering Pauline: Six Years On…

Tippa Naphtali, of 4WardEver and The Friends of Mikey Powell Campaign said; "Pauline was the type of person that if you only ever met once you would be sure never…

Deaths in immigration detention on the increase?

Deaths in immigration detention on the increase?

This year, two men have died following their detention in immigration removal centres near Heathrow, and another two people have died in hospital shortly after release from detention in 2012…

Student passes away while in custody at Durham prison

Student passes away while in custody at Durham prison

Mr Umale was studying for a masters degree in pipeline engineering at Northumbria University in Newcastle when he was arrested on March 24. Details are still unavailable regarding the offence…

Jailed for stealing gingerbread man… dead in the prison

Jailed for stealing gingerbread man… dead in the prison

James Best’s death in prison, where he was being held for stealing a gingerbread man during the August 2011 riots, was one of the most tragic episodes of the disturbances…

The brutality of the shadow state: the use of force on teenagers in custody

The brutality of the shadow state: the use of force on teenagers in custody

At 15, Gareth Myatt was small for his age - four foot ten and six-and-a-half stone. He was three days into a six-month sentence at Rainsbrook Secure Training Centre in…