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East Sutton Park was very good at helping to rehabilitate prisoners and prepare them for life back in the community, said Peter Clarke, Chief Inspector of Prisons. Today he published the report of an unannounced inspection of the women’s open prison in Kent.

Police custody in Avon and Somerset had improved, but progress had been slow and further work was required, said Peter Clarke, Chief Inspector of Prisons, and Dru Sharpling, HM Inspector of Constabulary. Today they published the report of an unannounced inspection.

The way detainees being removed from the UK were treated had improved, but some issues still needed addressing, said Peter Clarke, Chief Inspector of Prisons. Today he published a report of inspection of escort and removals of detainees to Albania.

Committed staff at HMP & YOI Cardiff had maintained stability in the prison during challenging times, but now needed to focus on longer-term improvement, said Peter Clarke, Chief Inspector of Prisons. Today he published the report of an unannounced inspection of the category B local training prison.

Committed staff and managers had made further improvements to police custody in West Yorkshire and detainees were generally held safely and decently, said Martin Lomas, Deputy Chief Inspector of Prisons, and Dru Sharpling, HM Inspector of Constabulary. Today they published the report of an unannounced inspection.

HMP Buckley Hall was providing good work, training and education for prisoners, and had the potential to become a high-performing prison, said Peter Clarke, Chief Inspector of Prisons. Today he published the report of an unannounced inspection of the category C prison near Rochdale.

Standards had declined at HMP Onley and it had become an unsafe prison, said Peter Clarke, Chief Inspector of Prisons. Today he published the report of an unannounced inspection of the category C prison near Rugby.