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.
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?
The Griffins Society
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