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Thinking Outside the Box? A review of seclusion and restraint practices in New Zealand

The report examines the use of seclusion and restraint across different detention contexts in New Zealand. It is based on visits to seventeen different places of detention including prisons, health and disability units, a youth justice residence, a children’s care and protection residence, and police custody suites, which took place between 26 October 2016 and 11 November 2016. It is also based on material provided before, during and after those visits, including some extensive data sets. The report was commissioned by the New Zealand Human Rights Commission with funding from the UN OPCAT, and conducted by an independent expert, Dr Sharon Shalev, of the Centre for Criminology at the University […]

(3.13 MB) | 9. May 2017 | Author: Dr Sharon Shalev
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Care and Management of Transgender Offenders

The review on transgender offenders informs new policy on their management by the National Offender Management Service. Conclusions of the review forms the basis of changes to a new NOMS instruction which is published separately, replacing the earlier Prison Service Instruction 07/2011 on transsexual prisoners. Official Statistics report on Prisoner Transgender Statistics have been published separately.

(231.02 KB) | 23. November 2016 | Author: Ministry of Justice, United Kingdom
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