Launched at the House of Commons on Monday 10th October, Rehabilitation by Design is a report that examines the way in which prison design can help reduce re-offending rates. It provides recommendations, based on best practice from around the world, as to what should be integrated into the design of a new prison.
|Number of pages||139|
|Publication status||Published - 10 Oct 2016|
Bibliographical note© Gleeds Head Office 2016
Thurston, H., Jewkes, Y., Steer, R., Patience, J., Humphreys, K., Goldman, M., & Davidson, S. (2016). Rehabilitation by design, influencing change in prison behaviour. https://gb.gleeds.com/news-media/videos/rehabilitation-by-design/