Like the country as a whole, prisons in England and Wales endured long periods of lockdown during the Covid-19 pandemic. To many people's surprise however, they appear to have performed better than expected. This paper examined why this may have been so - and the positve and negative lessons this created for the management of prisons as they emerge from the pandemic.
|Type||paper commissioned by Crest Advisory|
|Media of output||Website|
|Publication status||Published - 18 Nov 2020|
- PRISONS, COVID-19, LOCKDOWN, SELF-HARM