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Foreword & contents | July 2015

Foreword & contents | July 2015
 
Practical Guide

Practical Guide

Practical Guide to monitoring prisons

Lively, stimulating, relevant and helpful.”

Much of the business of prison monitors is to do with asking questions. There are well over 1,000 in this Guide, all designed to increase the effectiveness of AMIMB members. The Guide (updated 2010) presents a bank on which a Board can draw according to the needs of its particular establishment.

The sections and questions within arise from the orders, instructions and other policies that regulated prisons in England and Wales in August 2010. Their purpose is to steer monitors towards the experience of a prisoner, towards the consequences of what a prison does or does not do.

You can download the AMIMB Practical Guide to Monitoring Prisons here

Independent Monitor

Independent Monitor

Independent Monitor is an excellent journal, providing a most useful link for AMIMB membership, highly informative articles and the considered views and opinions of other members on a national scale; a very good sounding board.”

Independent Monitor publishes news, good practice, opinion and critique relevant to IMB work. Its scope extends from prisons to immigration detention and to some extent across related criminal justice issues.

Independent Monitor is an excellent magazine which I always read in full. It is very informative, covering general issues with input from experts, it is also the only way I find out regularly about what is going on in other boards.”

The AMIMB’s acclaimed Independent Monitor is published quarterly and is free to members. Below you’ll find the contents of the latest issue. To receive Independent Monitor become a member of the AMIMB or subscribe by email (£20 a year).

Independent Monitor

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Foreword & contents | July 2015

Foreword & contents | July 2015
 
Practical Guide

Practical Guide

Practical Guide to monitoring prisons

Lively, stimulating, relevant and helpful.”

Much of the business of prison monitors is to do with asking questions. There are well over 1,000 in this Guide, all designed to increase the effectiveness of AMIMB members. The Guide (updated 2010) presents a bank on which a Board can draw according to the needs of its particular establishment.

The sections and questions within arise from the orders, instructions and other policies that regulated prisons in England and Wales in August 2010. Their purpose is to steer monitors towards the experience of a prisoner, towards the consequences of what a prison does or does not do.

You can download the AMIMB Practical Guide to Monitoring Prisons here

Independent Monitor

Independent Monitor

Independent Monitor is an excellent journal, providing a most useful link for AMIMB membership, highly informative articles and the considered views and opinions of other members on a national scale; a very good sounding board.”

Independent Monitor publishes news, good practice, opinion and critique relevant to IMB work. Its scope extends from prisons to immigration detention and to some extent across related criminal justice issues.

Independent Monitor is an excellent magazine which I always read in full. It is very informative, covering general issues with input from experts, it is also the only way I find out regularly about what is going on in other boards.”

The AMIMB’s acclaimed Independent Monitor is published quarterly and is free to members. Below you’ll find the contents of the latest issue. To receive Independent Monitor become a member of the AMIMB or subscribe by email (£20 a year).

Independent Monitor

2-Column

Foreword & contents | July 2015

Foreword & contents | July 2015
 
Practical Guide

Practical Guide

Practical Guide to monitoring prisons

Lively, stimulating, relevant and helpful.”

Much of the business of prison monitors is to do with asking questions. There are well over 1,000 in this Guide, all designed to increase the effectiveness of AMIMB members. The Guide (updated 2010) presents a bank on which a Board can draw according to the needs of its particular establishment.

The sections and questions within arise from the orders, instructions and other policies that regulated prisons in England and Wales in August 2010. Their purpose is to steer monitors towards the experience of a prisoner, towards the consequences of what a prison does or does not do.

You can download the AMIMB Practical Guide to Monitoring Prisons here

Independent Monitor

Independent Monitor

Independent Monitor is an excellent journal, providing a most useful link for AMIMB membership, highly informative articles and the considered views and opinions of other members on a national scale; a very good sounding board.”

Independent Monitor publishes news, good practice, opinion and critique relevant to IMB work. Its scope extends from prisons to immigration detention and to some extent across related criminal justice issues.

Independent Monitor is an excellent magazine which I always read in full. It is very informative, covering general issues with input from experts, it is also the only way I find out regularly about what is going on in other boards.”

The AMIMB’s acclaimed Independent Monitor is published quarterly and is free to members. Below you’ll find the contents of the latest issue. To receive Independent Monitor become a member of the AMIMB or subscribe by email (£20 a year).

Independent Monitor

Fullwidth

Foreword & contents | July 2015

Foreword & contents | July 2015
 
Practical Guide

Practical Guide

Practical Guide to monitoring prisons

Lively, stimulating, relevant and helpful.”

Much of the business of prison monitors is to do with asking questions. There are well over 1,000 in this Guide, all designed to increase the effectiveness of AMIMB members. The Guide (updated 2010) presents a bank on which a Board can draw according to the needs of its particular establishment.

The sections and questions within arise from the orders, instructions and other policies that regulated prisons in England and Wales in August 2010. Their purpose is to steer monitors towards the experience of a prisoner, towards the consequences of what a prison does or does not do.

You can download the AMIMB Practical Guide to Monitoring Prisons here