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Prison provision in Wales inquiry

Inquiry

Prison provision in Wales
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The Committee welcomes written submissions addressing the following terms of reference:

  • Provision for women prisoners and young offenders in Wales
  • Welsh language provision in prisons
  • Cross border issues, including the placement of prisoners from Wales in English prisons
  • The potential for new prisons in Wales

Reports, special reports and government responses

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3rd Special Report - Prison provision in Wales: Government Response to the Committee’s Fourth Report
Inquiry Prison provision in Wales inquiry
HC 2584
Special Report
4th Report - Prison provision in Wales (Enhanced HTML)
Inquiry Prison provision in Wales inquiry
HC 742
Report
4ydd Adroddiad - Darpariaeth Carchardai yng Nghymru
Inquiry Prison provision in Wales inquiry
HC 742
Report

Oral evidence transcripts

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15 January 2019
Inquiry Prison provision in Wales inquiry
Witnesses Rory Stewart OBE MP, Minister of State, and Edward Argar MP, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Ministry of Justice.
Oral Evidence
27 November 2018
Inquiry Prison provision in Wales inquiry
Witnesses Evan Jones, Head of Community Services, and Junior Smart, Business Development Manager, St Giles Trust.
Oral Evidence
10 September 2018
Inquiry Prison provision in Wales inquiry
Witnesses Dr Robert Jones, Research Associate, Wales Governance Centre; Graham Barrett, Governor, HMP Swansea, Nick Dann, Deputy Director, HMP Berwyn, and Janet Wallsgrove, Director, HMP Parc (at 10.20am); Amy Rees, Executive Director for Wales, HM Prison and Probation Service (at 11.30am).
Oral Evidence
Peter Clarke CVO OBE QPM HM Chief Inspector of Prisons (PPW0035)
HM Prison and Probation Service (PPW0034)
Estyn (PPW0033)

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  • Address: Welsh Affairs Committee, House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA