The Muslim Women in Prison project worked with 55 women on their release from HMP New Hall and Askham Grange, two Yorkshire jails, helping them reconnect with their families — or to start a new life if that was impossible. One woman, speaking at the launch of the report in Bradford on Monday, described how her family would make her hide upstairs if they had visitors, following her release from prison five years ago after serving seven and a half years of an indeterminate public protection sentence. Worse still, people may not wish to sustain existing or new marriages ties into the family, thus ruining family aspirations. I have other daughters of marriageable age. Who would want to ask for their hand knowing she lives in the house? A lot of the time we are cut off by family and community so no one else wants to bother with us either.
Green Bay woman charged with smuggling marijuana into prison, accused of sex with inmate
2nd Washington County Jail worker accused of having sex with inmate - aacbg.com
Authorities questioned the couple after receiving a tip about their alleged relationship, and they owned up to being together both romantically and sexually, the affidavit states. Kershner told police that she first met Fieldgrove around three years ago after finding out from her mother who her biological father was, the outlet reports. Their relationship progressed as a normal father-daughter relationship until the two had sex on September Fieldgrove ultimately pleaded no contest to criminal attempted incest, and a judge sentenced him last month to two years in prison, according to a report from KHGI.
Sex behind bars: Women violated in Delaware prison
Brett Robinson left and Jill Curry right are accused of custodial sexual misconduct involving the same Washington County Jail inmate. Bob Ray, a sheriff's office spokesman, said authorities learned of Robinson's conduct July 28 during the Curry investigation. Robinson, who has worked at the sheriff's office since January , was placed on paid administrative leave after returning from her weekend July
Emily Watson was among one of hundreds of prison officers sacked for misconduct, in her case after a sexual relationship with an inmate was discovered. Watson was jailed for 12 months last Friday after she pleaded guilty to misconduct in a public office for having sex with John McGee, who was serving an eight-year term for killing a charity worker in a hit-and-run crash. Data released to the Guardian under the Freedom of Information Act shows prison staff were sacked for misconduct between mid and mid, including 39 for inappropriate relationships with prisoners, of whom at least 16 were women and at least 14 were men. Other misconduct charges included breach of security and assaulting prisoners. Suspicions were aroused because she spent so much time talking to McGee on the wing.