radioKEBELE has recently produced some in depth interviews about prison issues
The first one is about Indeterminate Sentences for Public Protection (IPP) and Shaun Lloyd’s situation. Shaun Lloyd from Cardiff was 18 when he was sentenced to an Indeterminate Sentence for Public Protection, with a 2 and a half year tariff in 2005 for street robbery. Eight years on and he still remains in prison despite completing every course asked of him by the authorities. radioKEBELE interviewed his mother about his situation and IPP’s. Check it out here.
radioKEBELE also interviewed Val from Netpol about one of the police’s new gadgets, mobile finger printing which is being used by 25 police forces across the UK and is leading, she argues, to a further encroachment on our civil liberties. The interview is back full of useful background information and practical information if you are ever faced with a cop asking you to give your finger prints on a mobile device. Check it out here.