Fighting Against Inmates’ Radicalisation

763538 - FAIR - JUST-AG-2016/JUST-AG-2016-03 PROJECT NUMBER: 763538

  • Prevent violent radicalisation of inmates.
  • Promote disengagement.
  • Facilitate reintegration into society.

Extreme right

  Extreme Right (The Far Right, The Radical Right, The Right Wing, Right Wing Extremism): The far right (or extreme right) is a political label used to identify parties and movements based on fascist, racist and/or extremelyreactionaryideologies. Officially those on the far right embrace the concept of the “inequality of outcome”, meaning that one group […]

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Housing Options: to integrate or to segregate?

  Different ideologies in relation to housing violent extremists within a prison setting exist. Currently, the debate revolves around segregation and integration. This lessons aims at looking at both philosophies and stressing the strengths and weaknesses of each. This should result in better risk assessment and management knowledge in housing violent extremists. […]

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  Through segregation, certain inmates are kept isolated from the rest of the prison population for various reasons. Reasons include: Discipline Security of the Prison National Security Protective Custody Segregated individuals are housed in a separate block and have no contact with other prisoners except for other segregated inmates. They cannot participate in regular activities […]

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In England and Wales, policy tilts towards containing sentenced terror suspects rather than dispersing them:

  • Three specialist centres – HMP Frankland, HMP Full Sutton and HMP Long Lartin
  • Together, the centres will hold a total of 28 inmates
  • Over 4,500 frontline officers have been trained for the operation