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It may be too much to say that if we reformed our schools, we would have no need of prisons. But if we better engaged our children and young people in education we would almost certainly have less need of prisons. Effective crime prevention has arguably more to do with education than sentencing policy.Rod Morgan, Former Chair of the UK Youth Justice Board (2007)
When I went to the young offender establishment at Polmont I was walking with the governor, who told me that if, by some mischance, he had to get rid of all his staff, the last one out of the gate would be his speech and language therapistLord Ramsbotham, Former Chief Inspector of Prisons (October 2006)
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I have to admit that in all the years I have been looking at prisons and the treatment of offenders, I have never found anything so capable of doing so much for so many people at so little cost as the work that the speech and language therapists carry out.Lord Ramsbotham, Former Chief Inspector of Prisons (October 2006)
From the Bercow Report (July 2008)