Children and families of prisoners are critical to the re-integration of their loved ones back into society, says Fiona Donson.
Thu, 23 Jan, 2014
A timeline of neglect and inaction
Wed, 01 Jan, 2014
THE construction of new cells at the women’s section of Limerick Prison will help tackle an overcrowding problem in that section of the jail.
Tue, 15 Feb, 2011
THE Prison Service has contradicted dramatic claims in the Committee for the Prevention of Torture (CPT) report that staff at Mountjoy Prison were not subjected to the same strict drug security measures as visitors.
Fri, 11 Feb, 2011
A new international report has found that the majority of Irish prisons are dangerously overcrowded.
Thu, 10 Feb, 2011
PRISONERS using bottles and plastic bags to urinate and defecate in front of each other in cramped cells are among the “degrading” and “debasing” conditions exposed by an international torture committee.
Concluding our series on the prison system, Cormac O’Keeffe examines government penal policy and finds rehabilitation is possible.
Thu, 15 May, 2008
In part one of a three-day investigation Cormac O’Keeffe unveils new figures which reveal a worrying and growing crisis behind Ireland’s prison walls
Tue, 13 May, 2008
MEDICAL staff at the Central Mental Hospital (CMH) are strongly opposed to proposals within Government to relocate the hospital to a prison complex site.
Fri, 13 Aug, 2004
The Government is expected to announce plans to establish an independent Garda Complaints Board this week.
Sun, 05 Aug, 2001
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