It comes after the Prison Reform Trust, which commissioned the research, launched a three-year strategy to reduce the imprisonment of women in the UK.
What does PRT stand for?
PRT stands for Prison Reform Trust
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The Prison Reform Trust and Inquest campaign group said jails and agencies failed to communicate in most of the 98 cases it studied.
The government should focus on a neglected group of older teenagers who need considerable help to get out of trouble rather than simply putting them behind bars in jails which act as "colleges of crime", the Prison Reform Trust said.
NEARLY two-thirds of the public do not want to see children locked up at the age of 10 and think the age of criminal responsibility should be increased, a survey by the Prison Reform Trust (PRT) has shown.
Some jails are holding hundreds more inmates than they were built for, the Prison Reform Trust said.
According to the Prison Reform Trust, Durham is housing 973 inmates when it was designed to hold just 593, making it 164% overcrowded and the eighth worst on the list.
Imran Hussain, of the Prison Reform Trust, said: "Too many elderly prisoners are facing double punishment.
THE law should be changed to give UK prisoners the right to vote, the Prison Reform Trust said as it stepped up its campaign today.