Table of contents for Prison law / Stephen Livingstone, Tim Owen, Alison Macdonald.

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1. The Legal Framework and Administrative Structure of the Prison System
2. Avenues of Redress: Domestic Law
3. International Law Avenues of Redress
4. Security Categorization and Allocation
5. Living Conditions in Prison
6. Healthcare in Prisons
7. Access to the Outside World and Maintenance of Family Contacts
8. Inter-Prison Transfers and the Repatriation of Prisoners From Abroad
9. Prison Discipline
10. Maintaining Good Order and Discipline
11. Women Prisoners
12. Release from Prison: Fixed Term Prisoners
13. Mandatory Lifers
14. Discretionary Lifers and HMP Detainees
15. Detention Under the Immigration Act
16. Conclusions: Prisons and the Law
Appendix 1: Prison Act 1952
Appendix 2: Prison Rules 1999 as amended by Prison (Amendment) Rules 2002
Appendix 3: Young Offender Institution Rules 2000 as amended by Young Offender Institution (Amendment) Rules 2002
Appendix 4: Human Rights Act 1998
Appendix 5: European Convention on Human Rights
Appendix 6: European Prison Rules 1987
Appendix 7: European Convention for the Prevention of Torture and Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment
Appendix 8: Criminal Justice Act 1991 (Part II), Crime (Sentences) Act 1997 (Part II, Ch II), Parole Board Rules 1997
Appendix 9: Directions to the Parole Board under the Criminal Justice Act 1991, s32(6) and Accompanying Training Guidance
Appendix 10: Ministerial Statements on the Life Sentence
Appendix 11: Framework Document for the Prison Service

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Prisons -- Law and legislation -- Great Britain.
Prisoners -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- Great Britain.