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Welcome to the
Association of Members of Independent Monitoring Boards

An influential voice on issues concerning people in custody.

Patron The Rt Hon The Lord Phillips of Worth Matravers
President Baroness Vivien Stern CBE Vice President Michael Watson MBE.
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Welcome

The Association of Members of Independent Monitoring Boards (AMIMB) is a nationally recognized body representing those who monitor the treatment and rehabilitation of adults and young people in prison, immigration removal centres, and other secure establishments.  The expertise and independence of the AMIMB are respected by the public, the government and the press, and by other public and voluntary bodies.

We are routinely consulted by government and other organisations when charges are proposed to the prison system, or when problems arise.  The AMIMB, through its members, provides independent, objective, concerned, evidence-based information views and proposal

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09.09.14 Nomination Form for 2014/2015

10.8.14 AMIMB members responses June 2014

10.8.14 Request to AMIMB Members August 2014 " Can you help with the inquiry into non natural deaths in custody?"

26.5.14 Guide: Older people in Prison

26.5.14 Sex Offenders in and out of Prison

18.6.14 CLOSE TO THREE MILLION IN PRE-TRIAL DETENTION WORLDWIDE, NEW ICPS reportsays

1.7.14 Care not Custody Coalition list

AMIMB Members Only

Minutes of Executive Meetings for 2012


WHY NOT JOIN

News

 

17th September

How restorative justice is steering young offenders away from crime

Mental health provision at HMP Hewell criticised

 

16th September

Chris Grayling plans network of mental health centres in prisons

Delay to Downview prison opening due to 'lack of prisoners"

Most freed prisoners 'lacking home and job

 

15th September

Sexual abuse in prison needs urgent investigation, commission warns

Chris Grayling unveils victims' rights reforms

Investigation launched as remand prisoner found hanged in cell at Merseyside's Altcourse prison

 

12th September

Prison suicides rise by 64% in a year

'Poison pill' privatisation contracts could cost £300m-£400m to cancel

Swaleside prison safe but violence a concern, say inspectors from the Independent Monitoring Board at the Eastchurch jail

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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