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HMP Leeds, an overcrowded Victorian inner-city prison, was found to have become less violent and more respectful since a troubling inspection in 2017. Leeds holds up to 1,131 adult male prisoners from across West Yorkshire, with about two-thirds being convicted and just under half sentenced. At an announced inspection in November and December 2019, 20% […]

HMP Warren Hill in Suffolk, which holds some of the most serious offenders in England and Wales, was found to have maintained high standards as it supported prisoners to progress through long sentences.

HMP Parc, a large and complex adult male prison near Bridgend in South Wales, was found to have become safer and to have maintained high standards in other healthy prison tests.

An inspection of immigration short-term holding facilities (STHFs) run by UK authorities at French ports found improved facilities and respectful care by detention staff, but also identified serious concerns about some aspects of the detainees’ experience.

Inspectors from HM Inspectorate of Prisons (HMIP), revisiting HMP Pentonville to assess progress after a troubling inspection in 2019, found little evidence of positive improvement in a prison where violence had once again risen.

Morton Hall Immigration Removal Centre (IRC), which holds adult men near Lincoln, was found by inspectors from HM Inspectorate of Prisons to have improved, becoming safer and more respectful for detainees since its previous inspection three years before.

Inspectors who visited custody suites in the Sussex Police force found a lack of progress on key recommendations for improvement made three years before.

HMYOI Parc, near Bridgend in South Wales, was found to have sustained its strong performance and offered much to learn for other young offender institutions (YOIs).

HMP/YOI Norwich, a complex multi-functional prison serving East Anglia, was found to have deteriorated over three years in HM Inspectorate of Prison’s healthy prison tests.

HMYOI Aylesbury, a young offender institution (YOI) holding male prisoners aged between 18 and 20, was found to have become safer and showed some improvement in other areas.