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Read it now! The paper which has received national media attention, is now available for everyone online. Jail Mail is the long awaited National prison newspaper distributed monthly to prisons across England, Wales and Ireland and accessed by over 85,000 prisoners. The paper is run by Human Rights and Prison Law experts with an aim to provide vital news updates to all serving prisoners. We work closely with professionals and experts in and outside of the Prison Service to provide informative articles to help prisoners with all aspects of prison life. We have regular articles each month from charities, organisations, Prison experts and prisoners themselves to not only help those inside but also to provide support for family members and friends in the community. Whether it is your loved ones first or fifth time in prison, Jail Mail has something to offer everyone. We provide monthly A-Z guides of prison procedures, questions are answered by dedicated legal experts and we let you have your say by printing your letters each month to share your experiences at this difficult time! We also have monthly centre page fitness pull outs, up to date policy changes, Prison Inspectorate reports, our just for fun section including your chance to win £25 in our caption competition and much much more!
Do you disagree with your Parole Board decision? Pay rise for prison officers. Personal Injury Specialists answer your questions. Prison offences and nickings.New report looks into the long term imprisonment from young adulthood. Give prisoners a sense of hope for the future. Howard League research finds children’s homes calling the police 200 times a year. New partnership to boost offender rehabilitation. Psychology and the Law: By Dr Jillian Peters and Simon Howland. Why short prison sentences must go. Your Fitness Guide. Renovare News by David Bright. Too much violence, drugs and inactivity in prisons. and MUCH MORE!