Lords Spokesperson (Ministry of Justice)
The Criminal Injuries Compensation Schemes contain a tariff of injuries in which payments are ascribed to particular injuries or offences. The Schemes provide that, in respect of sexual offences, the applicant may be entitled either to an award under the tariff that reflects the nature of the sexual offence or an award for the mental injury caused by the offence, whichever leads to the...
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All staff in contact with prisoners are required to receive training on suicide and self-harm prevention. We have also developed a new ‘Introduction to Suicide and Self-Harm Prevention’ course that includes a module on mental health awareness. From May 2017 this will be provided as part of the entry level training for new prison officers, and nearly three hundred trainers have...
Entered the House of Lords on 9 June 2015
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