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dc.description.abstractIt was decided a year ago to invite Mr. G. H. Heaton, O.B.E., a member of the Advisory Committee on the Treatment of Offenders in the Colonies, and a former Commissioner of Prisons, in Kenya, to carry out an inspection of the Prisons establishments in the Colony. Mr. Heaton, whose report is published today, was given the following terms of reference: To visit detention camps and prisons to see if any measures can be taken: to achieve greater segregation of inmates with a view to reducing the risk of contamination of the less bad by the worse; prevent infection of the warders with Mau Mau doctrine; achieve better control and discipline over the inmates and the reduction of any Mau Mau activity within camps or prisons and better rehabilitation results, the aim being that the security risk of Mau Mau convicts on release should be reduced to a minimum before release''…en_US
dc.publisherThe Government Printeren_US
dc.relation.ispartofseriesSessional Paper;1956/1957;
dc.subjectPrison Establishmenten_US
dc.subjectDetention Campsen_US
dc.subjectInmate Segregationen_US
dc.titleSessional Paper No. 07 of 1956/1957 on Inspection of Prisons Establishmentsen_US
dc.typeSessional Paperen_US
ppr.contributor.authorMinistry of Defenseen_US

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