£3m ‘to assistance urge unfamiliar jails’



9 Aug 2012: 8:08am

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The British Government is pumping a reported £3 million per year into a account to assistance titillate jail conditions overseas.

The Ministry of Justice pronounced a Returns and Reintegration Fund (RRF) has 3 “live projects” underneath approach to improved jail conditions in Jamaica and Nigeria.

The account was combined in 2008 with a aim of operative with unknown governments to titillate a standards of their prisons so some-more prisoners could be deported from UK jails to offer their sentences in their home country, to effectively save money.

It is also dictated to support work to boost a series of restrained send agreements with other countries. Funding is also used to assistance cut reoffending in a series of countries with high unknown inhabitant delinquent populations in prisons in England and Wales, Justice Secretary Kenneth Clarke has formerly said.


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An annual pot of £3 million has been determined by a Government to compensate for a projects, according to a Daily Mail.

A Ministry of Justice orator said: “Foreign inhabitant prisoners should offer their sentences in their home country. We need to make certain these sentences are scrupulously enforced, and work with other governments to share best practice, titillate standards and eventually save a British taxpayer money.”

According to Ministry of Justice total from Mar 31, a jail race in England and Wales stood during 87,531, of that 74,475 were British nationals, 11,127 were unknown nationals and 1,929 were “nationality not recorded”.

A orator added: “The MoJ is on a RRF steering house alongside a Foreign and Commonwealth Office, Department for International Development, UK Border Agency and provides probity zone expertise.

“The RRF now has 3 live projects underneath approach to titillate jail conditions in Jamaica and Nigeria. One of a objectives of a Jamaican plan is to support a Jamaican authorities in modernising their jail use and reconstruction and reintegration activities.

“In Nigeria, one plan supports an NGO (non-governmental organisation) to yield tellurian rights training for jail officers in 3 states. The second plan will outcome in a construction of guards’ comforts during a women’s jail in Lagos to revoke overcrowding.”



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