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England and Wales prisoners taking fewer rehabilitation courses

  Number of courses started and completed falls 62% in 10 years despite rising prison population The number of accredited rehabilitation programmes started and completed by prisoners in England and Wales has significantly decreased, the Guardian can reveal, making the route to release more difficult for thousands of inmates. Between 2009 and 2019, the number of rehabilitative courses to tackle general offending that were started and completed fell 62%, despite the prison population increasing significantly in this time, data released under freedom of information laws reveals. Continue reading... .. Full story on 

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