See Article History Alternative Title: A person found guilty of a felony or a misdemeanour may be required to serve a prison sentence. The holding of accused persons awaiting trial remains an important function of contemporary prisons, and in some countries such persons constitute the majority of the prison population. In the United Kingdom, for example, generally about one-fifth of the prison population is unconvicted or unsentenced, while more than two-thirds of those in custody in India are pretrial detainees.
Sharon Boyle was at HMP Northumberland to see an inmate when a camera operator spotted them acting suspiciously. When she was later searched at a police station, she was found to have five buprenorphine tablets on her. The year-old admitted conveying a banned article into prison and was told that usually such offences are dealt with by way of custodial sentences.
Judge Tim Gittins told her: That makes a huge difference. Barry Robson, prosecuting at Newcastle Crown Court, said: The defendant denied ever having passed anything at all.
Boyle admitted conveying a banned article into prison and possessing amphetamine and was given a month community order. Shaun Routledge, mitigating, said she had pleaded guilty at the first opportunity and has mental health problems. The man, who was "minding his own business", was set upon by the group during a recreation period at the prison on October 30 last year.
He was kicked and punched, suffering pain, swelling and bruising to his face and body, and was lucky not to have been more seriously injured, it was An introduction to privately owned prisons at Newcastle Crown Court.
All four attackers - Jack Smith, Liam Hodgson, Gary Mills and Daniel Trushell - had lengthy records of previous convictions for offences including robbery.
Now they have pleaded guilty to assault occasioning actual bodily harm and have earned another spell behind bars. Smith, 23, previously of Ryhill Walk, Ormesby, Middlesbrough, who was described as having "a leading role" in the incident, was given two and a half years in prison.
Judge Simon Batiste classed the incident as "joint enterprise" and said all four defendants had been responsible for the overall behaviour. He started punching and kicking him before the others joined in. Mills punched and kicked him, Hodgson threw a punch and Trushell came at him with a two-footed flying kick.
Pools balls were then thrown at him. The victim then managed to get to his feet and ran back to his cell where he locked himself in. He suffered swelling to his face and head, a black eye, as well as pain and bruising on his body.
In mitigation, barristers for Trushell and Mills said they had expressed "genuine remorse" for their part in the incident and wished to turn their lives around.
Hodgson's barrister, Louise Harrison, emphasised that his role was limited to "one swinging punch". He's not in a leading role. Staged on Tuesday, September 25, it was part of the recent National Inclusion Week, which raised awareness of the importance of inclusion in the workplace and the benefits of having a diverse workforce.
Communications manager Steve Baker said: Supporting organiser Lorna Stewart-Hook said: Lorna, shortlisted from more than 1, nominees, also launched the Northumberland Pride event, which was staged in Alnwick earlier this year.
The awards ceremony will be held in November in Manchester. The initiative by Nepacs, which enables young people to find a safe place to relax in whilst waiting for their visit, is currently funded by BBC Children in Need and Comic Relief.
Children are joined by youth workers and volunteers to play games, engage in arts and crafts activities and share their worries or concerns. Thanks to additional funding from the Wellesley Trust and the High Sheriff of Northumberland, Nepacs has set-up a youth zone in the visitors centre at HMP Northumberland and purchased age-appropriate games and furniture.
They have also recruited a youth worker to support young people visiting the prison. This is your chance to go behind the bars of HMP Northumberland as a volunteer. Volunteers can play a vital role in the rehabilitation of inmates.
They are given unrestricted access inside to speak to prisoners and staff. A typical visit might include taking a look at each of the kitchens, workshops, recreation areas and accommodation to see if they are being kept up to scratch.List of prisons in the United Kingdom is a list of all current and a number of historical prisons in England and Wales, Northern Ireland and Scotland.
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What You Need to Know About the Private Prison Phase-Out With the feds cutting back, the companies are down but not out. By Maurice Chammah. The Justice Department announced plans Thursday to phase out the use of privately-run federal prisons.
The announcement, first reported by the Washington Post. - Private Prisons and Interest Groups Privately owned prisons began to emerge in the mids. These prisons emerged because of the ideological imperatives of the free market, the huge increase in the number of prisoners, and the substantial increase in imprisonment costs.
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