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  • 1. What is prison life like? Year 9: Law & Order
  • 2. Learning Objectives
    • Explore the personal and social issues faced by prisoners.
    • Independently research and identify key information regarding prison life
    • Explain the challenges faced by the prison system
  • 3. For the most serious offences the court may impose a prison, or 'custodial', sentence.
    • The length of sentence imposed by the court will be limited by the maximum penalty for that crime.
    • A custodial sentence can only be imposed if:
    • the offence is so serious that only a custodial sentence can be justified;
    • the offence is a violent or sexual one and the court believes that only a prison sentence would adequately protect the public; or
    • the offender refuses to comply with the requirements of a community order.
    When is prison necessary?
  • 4. Prison Bingo
    • Use the information
    • around the room to
    • answer the questions on
    • your prison bingo sheet.
    • Don’t just copy the slides
    • – make sure what you
    • write answers the
    • question.
    • Your answers will help
    • you to solve some
    • problems later
  • 5. The Problem with Prisons
    • Is prison an effective deterrent?
    • Prisons have been described as ‘Colleges of Crime’ - What might this mean?
    • What challenges are faced by prisoners when they leave prison and can these be overcome?
    • In your opinion, what can we do to reduce the amount of people going to prison in the UK?

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