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This section includes books and publications related to prison & police detention, policing, calls for institutional reform, personal accounts and much more.

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Book - Brotherhood of CorruptionBrotherhood of Corruption
(Juan Anronio Juarez)
A Cop Breaks the Silence on Police Abuse, Brutality and Racial Profiling.

Dead Wrong
(Tim Cleary)
Capital punishment is a rigged lottery, skewed by matters of politics, class, race, geography, and, most important, the quality and resources of the defense lawyer at trial.

Eddie’s Country
(Simon Luckhurst)
Eddie Murray died in suspicious circumstances in a police cell in Australia’s town of Wee Waa in 1981. He was 21 years old. His parents, Arthur and Leila Murray, embarked on a search for truth and fought for over 20 years to have the death of their son properly investigated.

Enemy Combatant
(Moazzam Begg)
An ordinary man has endured an extraordinary fate – imprisoned for a crime he didn’t commit and whose precise nature has never been determined. As far as the US government was concerned, it was enough to label him an ‘enemy combatant.”

Finding Freedom
(Jarvis Jay Masters)
Incarcerated in San Quentin at the age of 19 for armed robbery, Jarvis Masters was accused four years later of participating in a conspiracy that resulted in the death of a prison guard. Masters’ commitment to non-violence leads him more and more into the role of peacemaker as he tries to put compassion into action.

Gladiator Games
(Tanika Gupta)
On the eve of his release from Feltham Young Offenders’ Institution in March 2000, Zahid Mubarek, a young British Asian man was attacked by his cellmate. One week later he died from his injuries. Tanika Gupta has dramatised the story of how this nineteen year old man met his death and who was responsible for his being shut up in a cell with a dangerous violent and racist cellmate.

In the Care of the State
(Dr Barry Goldson & Deborah Coles of pressure group, INQUEST)
Groundbreaking new book on child deaths in penal custody receives critical acclaim and a call for action in parliament.

Also see INQUEST’s Information Pack for Families, Friends and Advisors
The pack provides information on all aspects of the inquest system in an easy to use format.

Dying on the Inside
provides a comprehensive examination of INQUEST’s casework on the 115 women’s deaths in prison between 1990 – 2007.

Inquest Law Magazine NEW
Published three times a year, Inquest Law is a vital resource for anyone interested in the issues arising from contentious deaths and their investigation.

Learning from Death in Custody Inquests: A New Framework for Action and Accountability 
This groundbreaking report highlights the serious flaws in the learning process following an inquest into a death in custody or following contact with state agents.


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