REPORTS ARCHIVE

 
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This section houses reports detailing the IPP sentence by Government, universities and third sector organisations. From early concerns about proportionality and mental health, to a ban by the

European Court of Human Rights, and the far reaching devastation caused to those who

were given the IPP, their familIes, and their children.

 

2020

 

OFFERING A HELPING HAND

Spurgeons Children's Charity and University of Southampton

A HELPING HAND: SUPPORTING FAMILIES IN THE RESETTLEMENT OF PEOPLE SERVING IPPS

Harry Annison & Christina Straub. 
University of Southampton and Prison Reform Trust

AGEING PRISON POPULATION

Justice Select Committee
House of Lords

PAROLE BOARD ANNUAL REPORT 2019-2020

Parole Board

NO LIFE, NO FREEDOM, NO FUTURE

Dr. Kimmett Edgar, Dr. Mia Harris and Russell Webster
Prison Reform Trust

SENTENCES OF IMPRISONMENT FOR PUBLIC PROTECTION

Jacqueline Beard
House of Commons Briefing Paper

 

2019

 

IAP ON DEATHS IN CUSTODY

Independent Advisory Panel

JOINT HMPPS AND PAROLE BOARD IPP ACTION PLAN

HMPPS and Parole Board

 

2018

 

THE PAINS OF INDETERMINATE IMPRISONMENT FOR FAMILIES OF IPP PRISONERS: ASSESSING HARMS AND FINDING SOLUTIONS

Harry Annison and Rachel Condry
University of Southampton and University of Oxford

TOO MANY BENDS IN THE TUNNEL? WOMEN SERVING INDETERMINATE SENTENCES OF IMPRISONMENT FOR PUBLIC PROTECTION – WHAT ARE THE BARRIERS TO RISK REDUCTION, RELEASE AND RESETTLEMENT?

Sarah Smart
The Griffins Society

‘RECONSIDERATION’ EXPLAINED. A CHANGE IN THE WAY PRISONERS AND VICTIMS CAN ASK FOR A PAROLE BOARD DECISION TO BE RECONSIDERED.

Janine Doolan

 

2017

 

INVESTIGATION INTO THE PAROLE BOARD

National Audit Office
Ministry of Justice

KEEPING SAFE - PREVENTING SUICIDE AND SELF-HARM IN CUSTODY

Independent Advisory Panel

 

2016

 

STATEMENT ON IPP PRISONERS FROM THE PAROLE BOARD CHAIRMAN, NICK HARDWICK

Note that Nick Hardwick is no longer the Parole Board Chair

UNINTENDED CONSEQUENCES: FINDING A WAY FORWARD FOR PRISONERS SERVING SENTENCES OF IMPRISONMENT FOR PUBLIC PROTECTION. A THEMATIC REVIEW BY HM INSPECTORATE OF PRISONS

HM Inspectorate of Prisons

SENTENCES OF IMPRISONMENT FOR PUBLIC PROTECTION

Pat Strickland
House of Commons Briefing Paper

WHAT'S REALLY CRIMINAL ABOUT OUR CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM

Michael Gove
Longford Lecture

 

2013

 

THE NEVER-ENDING STORY: INDETERMINATE SENTENCING AND THE PRISON REGIME

Howard League for Penal Reform

 

2010

 

INDETERMINATE SENTENCES FOR PUBLIC PROTECTION: A JOINT INSPECTION BY HMI PROBATION AND HMI PRISONS

HMI Probation and HMI Prisons

UNJUST DESERTS: IMPRISONMENT FOR PUBLIC PROTECTION

Jessica Jacobson and Mike Hough
Prison Reform Trust

 

2008

 

THE INDETERMINATE SENTENCE FOR PUBLIC PROTECTION: A THEMATIC REVIEW

HM Chief Inspector of Prisons and HM Chief Inspector of Probation

IN THE DARK: THE MENTAL HEALTH IMPLICATIONS OF IMPRISONMENT FOR PUBLIC PROTECTION

Sainsbury Centre for Mental Health

 

2007

 

INDETERMINATE SENTENCES FOR PUBLIC PROTECTION

Howard League for Penal Reform

INDEFINITELY MAYBE? HOW THE INDETERMINATE SENTENCE FOR PUBLIC PROTECTION IS UNJUST AND UNSUSTAINABLE

Prison Reform Trust

IPP FACTSHEET

Ministry of Justice
Undated