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  • Public,
  • Prison health services
You'll find information about health and care in the criminal justice system in our Guidance for providers section.

We work with HM Inspectorate of Prisons (HMIP) to protect and promote the interests and rights of people who use health and social care services in secure settings.

This includes health and social care in prisons and young offender institutions (prisons for young people aged 15-21), and healthcare in immigration removal centres (holding centres for detainees awaiting decisions on their residency status or deportation following an unsuccessful application).

Reports

We publish reports jointly with HMIP following inspections in prisons (HMP), young offender institutions (YOI) and immigration removal centres (IRC):

January to June 2017 reports

Our focused inspection report on HMP Woodhill (13 January 2017)

2016 reports

2015 reports

We publish reports jointly with HMIP following inspections in police custody suites:

We inspect Secure Training Centres (STC) alongside Ofsted and HMIP.

Last updated:
21 November 2017

 


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