Tác giả admin |08/02/2020
The Commission on Intercourse in Prison’s last report, posted today (Tuesday 17 March), features records from previous prisoners talking the very first time about their experiences of sex behind pubs.
Intercourse in jail: Experiences of previous prisoners could be the 5th and last briefing paper posted by the Commission, that has been founded by the Howard League for Penal Reform and includes eminent academics, previous jail governors and wellness professionals.
Guidelines through the Commission’s two-year inquiry are presented today (Tuesday 17 March) at a meeting in London.
The Commission desired authorization to interview current prisoners about their experiences of intercourse in jail, but this process had been blocked by the Ministry of Justice.
But, Dr Alisa Stevens, Lecturer in Criminology in the University of Southampton, managed to interview 26 prisoners that are former summer time of 2014 – 24 guys and two females.
Her report concludes that the nationwide study of both the prison that is serving and previous prisoners, completely supported by but in addition to the nationwide Offender Management provider (NOMS), is “urgently needed” to know better the scale of consensual and coercive intercourse in prison.
The previous prisoners interviewed by Dr Stevens was in fact jailed for a range that is wide of. Eighteen interviewees self-identified as heterosexual, four as homosexual, and four as bisexual.
Gay and bisexual guys stated that they were discreet about their sexual activities and relationships while they were “fairly” or “totally” open about their sexuality on the wing.