Tag Archives: Older Prisoners

Increasing Numbers of Prisoners With Dementia (PPO / MHF)

Summary The Prison Service is said to be unsuited, at present, to meet the needs of an ageing inmate population with chronic age-related conditions. It needs a strategy to handle growing numbers of older prisoners. Prison staff generally need to … Continue reading

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Prisons and Health (WHO)

Summary A recent World Health Organisation (WHO), Regional Office for Europe, publication on prisons and health examines prisoners’ wellbeing and the potential impact of prison health on society. International experts offer advice on improving prison health practices across the board. … Continue reading

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