Nine out of 10 trans inmates are in the wrong prison for their gender
Government figures have revealed that while more than half of UK prisons house transgender prisoners, less than one-tenth of trans inmates are in the correct facility for their gender. A Ministry of Justice report said that of 163 trans inmates in England and Wales, only 11 are housed in the correct facility for their gender. Officials counted 130 trans women in the prison system. Worryingly, 119 of those were housed in men’s prisons, with a further 11 in women’s prisons. The MoJ also reported 20 trans men – all of whom are in women’s prisons. A further 13 trans prisoners did not identify with either of the binary genders.
A CUSTODY officer was arrested over claims he dealt drugs to remand prisoners in holding cells. Police Scotland said: “In conjunction with our partners in criminal justice, officers carried out an operation at Airdrie Sheriff Court in which a number of searches were conducted relating to the
A prison officer with 19 years experience has been arrested for allegedly smuggling drugs into prison . CNC3 understands the 41-year-old officer was arrested at his Head of Port of Spain CID Ajith Persad led the investigation and the officer is expected to appear in court on Monday morning.
A prison custody officer was arrested at a Scottish court over claims he dealt drugs to.
John Barrett, 49, was cuffed after police showed up at Airdrie Sheriff Court to conduct searches.
The GEOAmey worker was arrested and charged with three drugs offences.
He appeared at Lanark Sheriff Court this week before being remanded into custody.
GEOAmey provides custody and prison escort services for.
A source said: "Police carried out security searches of GEOAmey staff at Airdrie Sheriff Court.
"One guy was taken away."
Celebrating Michael Jackson's 'Thriller'
The King of Pop ruled over radios, song charts, award shows, and the media for years, having started his career as a young boy in the Jackson Five. But he soon evolved into a mega, multi-talented star, moonwalking his way into everyone’s hearts. The world was hardly ready. To the dismay of millions, Michael Jackson passed away on June 25, 2009, which officials later declared a homicide. His personal physician was charged with involuntary manslaughter, and fans everywhere grieved for the loss of an immense creative force. To perhaps an even greater dismay, the singer has long been embroiled in unsettling controversies, largely surrounding sexual misconduct with children. The well-known documentary 'Leaving Neverland' divided audiences, completely infuriated MJ’s family and estate, but also revealed an extremely disturbing side to the pop star’s life that shook everyone’s perception of him. Perhaps the reason why it’s so hard to believe the accusations is because of how deeply he influenced the world of music, dance, and artistry. Despite whether he should be “canceled” or not, it’s impossible to write his greatest work out of history. 'Thriller,' the world's best-selling album, won a record-breaking eight Grammys, including Album of the Year, and produced seven top 10 singles. But it's that video–Michael Jackson dancing with the living dead–that the album is especially remembered for: a 14-minute hair-raising horror musical that mesmerized audiences with its zombie ensemble and frighteningly brilliant choreography. Browse this gallery, if you dare, for a ghoulish look back at the facts behind the making of this astonishing album and groundbreaking video.
Hundreds of staff have been sacked or disciplined for passing contraband, including weapons and mobile phones, to inmates.
Those arrested have not yet filed pleas. The current and former correctional officers indicted are accused of accepting payments from inmates to Five are members of the elite tactical COBRA unit, whose function is to intercept prison drug deals. Two civilians and one inmate have also been
A Police Scotland spokesperson said: Police Scotland officers in conjunction with our partners in Criminal Justice carried out an operation at Airdrie Sheriff Court in which a number of searches were conducted relating to the misuse of illegal drugs.
"Throughout the operation Police Scotland officers and Criminal Justice partners worked to ensure the safety and wellbeing of everyone using the building.
"A 49 year old man has been arrested for Misuse of Drugs offences.
A GEOAmey spokesperson said: “Senior staff within GEOAmey worked alongside Police Scotland who conducted a search operation at Airdrie Sheriff Court on Wednesday morning.
"This resulted in the arrest of a GEOAmey employee.
Fourth man in court charged with murder over Glasgow shooting at traffic lights .
A fourth man has appeared in court charged with murder over the alleged shooting of a man who was sitting in his car at traffic lights in Glasgow. © Provided by The Scotsman Kenny Reilly was in the passenger seat of a silver BMW in the city's north on 16 April last year when the incident took place.The 29-year-old was taken to Glasgow Royal Infirmary, but died two days later after being taken off life support.READ MORE: Fundraising page set up for hero who tackled London Bridge terroristJohn Kennedy was charged with Mr Reilly's murder and attempting to defeat the ends of justice.