Inquiry on restraint, solitary confinement & strip searching of children in prison makes no reference to race

Wednesday, 29 June 2016

Carlile_Inquiry_20_years_onThe 'Carlile Inquiry 10 years on', which examines the use of restraint, solitary confinement and strip-searching, has slammed the 'illegal systematic abuse of children' in this report. With young people from the UK's African Caribbean communities accounting for a staggering 28% of those in children's prison, the absence of any reference to race or indication on the use of force against this group is a grave omission race equality experts say.

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