Fall in YOI staff linked to restraint increase

Fiona Simpson
Tuesday, February 25, 2020

Former chief inspector of prisons Nick Hardwick calls for workforce improvements to tackle rising restraint use in the secure estate.

Nick Hardwick: “We need to see people equipped with skills to navigate complex and hostile situations, who want to de-escalate [these] without the use of violence.” Picture: Nathan Clarke
Nick Hardwick: “We need to see people equipped with skills to navigate complex and hostile situations, who want to de-escalate [these] without the use of violence.” Picture: Nathan Clarke

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