Child prisoners let out of solitary confinement for just '15 minutes a day' - report

Source: Sky News - View Original Article
Published: Jan 21, 2020
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97% Liberal


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Universal Healthcare
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Common Core
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Sentiments

93% "Peter Clarke said the policy effectively amounts to them being held in harmful solitary confinement with little human contact and in conditions which risk ..."
81% "The weaknesses of current practice and oversight are of such a magnitude that we recommend an entirely new approach, and that current practice be ..."
80% "Inspectors found significant cause for concern in 57 cases it reviewed and 85 interviews it conducted with inmates and staff.""
77% "He called for an entirely new approach after his report found fundamental flaws in the use of separation at the five establishments in England ..."
65% "Justice minister Wendy Morton said: It is difficult to read this report and not conclude that we are failing some of the children in ..."


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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

93% : Peter Clarke said the policy effectively amounts to them being held in "harmful solitary confinement with little human contact and in conditions which risk damaging their mental health".
81% : "The weaknesses of current practice and oversight are of such a magnitude that we recommend an entirely new approach, and that current practice be replaced.
80% : Inspectors found "significant" cause for concern in 57 cases it reviewed and 85 interviews it conducted with inmates and staff.
77% : He called for an "entirely new approach" after his report found "fundamental flaws" in the use of separation at the five establishments in England and Wales, which hold around 600 offenders aged 15 to 18.
65% : Justice minister Wendy Morton said: "It is difficult to read this report and not conclude that we are failing some of the children in our care - that is completely unacceptable and I am determined it will not continue."

*Our bias meter rating uses data science including sentiment analysis, machine learning and our proprietary algorithm for determining biases in news articles. The rating is an independent analysis and is not affiliated nor sponsored by the news source or any other organization

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