Policy into practice - Children of prisoners

Anne Longfield
Tuesday, November 18, 2008

The government estimates that around 150,000 children a year in England and Wales have a parent imprisoned - higher than the number of children who see their parents divorce. Despite this, the issue is not well recognised and there is a need for more support and provision to help families separated by prison.

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