If Prisons are so unsafe for young offenders and staff why was Havering College used ?
HM Inspector of Prisons Peter Clarke has released his annual report which again highlights his deep concerns over the safety of the prison system - in his latest report he emphasizes the safety of youth custody saying that "tragedy is inevitable".
If prisons aren't safe for young offenders and staff then why was Havering College considered a safe place when youth offenders were enrolled as students there amidst allegations of a "political fix" to close the college by a orchestrated crime and scandal ?
Re: If Prisons are so unsafe for young offenders and staff why was Havering College used ?
The Havering college scandal has not been "raised and raised again and again" it is an ongoing campaign to investigate the deaths and alleged attempted murders involved in the issue. We are raising the issue as eye-witnesses.
We present the allegations that we think justify an investigation - that is all - we don't add unjustified things for effect or entertainment. Access to justice is being denied to many genuine cases all over the country - a very serious and deeply worrying situation.