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A series of extraordinary conversations between people who have been in prison and senior staff from HM Prison and Probation Service.

The aim of these conversations is to improve the way we deal with crime and justice, particularly for young people, women, and black, Asian and minority ethnic backgrounds.
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In spring 2020, before Coronavirus hit, we recorded conversations between six people who have been to prison and three senior members of Ministry of Justice staff. These conversations made up the first six episodes of this series. This seventh and final episode brings those senior bosses back to the studio as we reflect on those original conversations, and the changed reality for prisons in the era of Coronavirus. Featuring: Sonia Flynn, Chief Probation Officer and Director of Women at HM Prison and Probation Service; Tanya Robinson OBE, Head of Diversity and Inclusion at HM Prison and Probation Service; Helga Swindenbank, who is Executive Director for Youth Custody Services at the Ministry of Justice. Future Prison was produced with support from the Barrow Cadbury Trust and the Saint Sarkis Charity Trust. Presenter: Hilary Ineomo-Marcus Producer: Suzi Dale For more information on the work of the Prison Radio Association, visit www.prison.radio
Future Prison: Gabby

Future Prison: Gabby

2020-08-1729:52

Gabby spent over four years in prison away from her daughter. In this episode of Future Prison, Gabby talks to Sonia Flynn, Chief Probation Officer and Director of Women at HM Prison and Probation Service about being a parent behind bars, and her experience of imprisonment. Future Prison was produced with support from the Barrow Cadbury Trust and the Saint Sarkis Charity Trust. Presenter: Hilary Ineomo-Marcus For more information on the work of the Prison Radio Association, visit www.prison.radio
Future Prison: Kelly

Future Prison: Kelly

2020-08-1128:50

Kelly was one of just over 3,700 women behind bars - most of whom are in for non-violent offences. In this episode of Future Prison, Kelly talks to Sonia Flynn, Chief Probation Officer and Director of Women at HM Prison and Probation Service about the experience of women behind bars. Future Prison was produced with support from the Barrow Cadbury Trust and the Saint Sarkis Charity Trust. Presenter: Hilary Ineomo-Marcus For more information on the work of the Prison Radio Association, visit www.prison.radio
Future Prison: Daniel

Future Prison: Daniel

2020-08-0334:16

Daniel's mum ran out of the courtroom crying when he was found guilty. He wasn't expecting a guilty verdict and he was taken straight to Pentonville prison.  In this episode of Future Prison, Daniel talks to Tanya Robinson OBE, Head of Diversity and Inclusion at HM Prison and Probation Service about why young black men are so over-represented in the prison system. Future Prison was produced with support from the Barrow Cadbury Trust and the Saint Sarkis Charity Trust. Presenter: Hilary Ineomo-Marcus For more information on the work of the Prison Radio Association, visit www.prison.radio
Victoria spent time in Holloway and Send prisons and, as a young Black woman, she found they treated her very differently.  In this episode of Future Prison, she talks to Tanya Robinson OBE, Head of Diversity and Inclusion at Her Majesty's Prison and Probation Service, about conditions for Black people behind bars. Future Prison was produced with support from the Barrow Cadbury Trust and the Saint Sarkis Charity Trust. Presenter: Hilary Ineomo-Marcus For more information on the work of the Prison Radio Association, visit www.prison.radio
Future Prison: Ali

Future Prison: Ali

2020-07-2030:01

Ali was 19 years old when he found himself in a bus on the way to the notorious Young Offender Institution at Feltham, in west London.  In this episode of Future Prison, he talks to Helga Swindenbank, who is Executive Director for Youth Custody Services at the Ministry of Justice, about what sort of institutions are suitable for young adults who have committed crimes. Also in the studio, Dr Giles McCathie, who is Lead Psychologist for Youth Custody Services. Future Prison was produced with support from the Barrow Cadbury Trust and the Saint Sarkis Charity Trust. Presenter: Hilary Ineomo-Marcus For more information on the work of the Prison Radio Association, visit www.prison.radio
Courtney went to prison at the age of 20, and served two and a half years inside. Now aged 22, she's living in a bail hostel in Liverpool. Courtney came into our studio a few months after she was released from prison. She's aiming to complete her degree and is also looking for employment. She's also enjoying spending time with her daughter. Also in the studio is Helga Swindenbank, who is Executive Director for Youth Custody Services at the Ministry of Justice, and Dr Giles McCathie, who is Lead Psychologist for Youth Custody Services. Future Prison was produced with support from the Barrow Cadbury Trust and the Saint Sarkis Charity Trust. For more information on the work of the Prison Radio Association, visit www.prison.radio
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