And coming in on the far right, Wilber arrives. LOL
I noticed that there was no comparison between Muslims and non-Muslims.
Few relationships between staff and detainees
I sure that is a standing order for the guards.
Person is a dangerous place. I surprised at half. I would have expected at least 90%.
Importance of understanding the detainees
There is absolutely no need to understand detainees. There only job is to maintain order.
Muslim detainees felt their treatment by staff had worsened since the July 7 London bombings.
Absolutely unacceptable but expectable.
The prison’s high security and special security units were at full stretch, holding, among others, those suspected of the failed suicide bomb attempts.
Sounds to me like they are trying to keep them safe.
she was concerned over the way staff treated four Muslim inmates who were banned from attending Friday prayers.
And the reason they were banned form Friday prayers? I would like to know what they did before I got too concerned over how they were treated. And what treatment did they receive?
Another detainee charged with terrorism offences was held separately with his own dedicated group of staff who provided a "very poor quality of life", the chief inspector said.
Now what does that mean? I think prisons provide a very poor quality of life. I think for there own safety they need to be held separately.
What was clear was that there were few sturdy relationships, and little mutual understanding, between staff and this group of young prisoners
What? Is prison supposed to be a social club?
Prison is where you hold people who have committed crimes and sometimes to hold people suspected of committing crimes.
It is not a place for bonding with guards, feeling safe and secure, create sturdy relationships, or enhances your quality of life.