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Reilly, Judge Michael (2010) The Irish prison population - an examination of duties and obligations owed to prisoners. Tipperary: Office of the Inspector of Prisons.

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The purpose of this report is to set out in clear and unambiguous terms the type of accommodation, the type and level of services and the regimes (including prisoner safety) that we as a country are obliged to provide for prisoners having regard to our international and domestic obligations and acknowledged best practice. This report deals with such obligations in the context of the present overcrowding of our prisons.

Chapter 1 Introduction
Chapter 2 Cell Accommodation
Chapter 3 Services and Regimes in Prisons
Chapter 4 Prisoner Safety
Chapter 5 An Overview of all Prisons
Chapter 6 Arbour Hill Prison
Chapter 7 Castlerea Prison
Chapter 8 Cloverhill Prison
Chapter 9 Cork Prison
Chapter 10 Dóchas Centre
Chapter 11 Limerick Prison
Chapter 12 Loughan House Open Centre
Chapter 13 Midlands Prison
Chapter 14 Mountjoy Prison
Chapter 15 Portlaoise Prison
Chapter 16 Shelton Abbey
Chapter 17 St Patrick's Institution
Chapter 18 The Training Unit
Chapter 19 Wheatfield Prison
Chapter 20 Initiatives taken and suggestions for the future

Pages:98 p.
Publisher:Office of the Inspector of Prisons
Place of Publication:Tipperary
Accession Number:HRB (Electronic Only)
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Subjects:J Health care, prevention and rehabilitation > Health care programme or facility > Prison-based health service
MM-MO Crime and law > Justice system > Correctional system and facility > Prison
VA Geographic area > Europe > Ireland
T Demographic characteristics > Prison Inmate (prisoner)

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