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Portland prisoners 'developing drug problem in jail'
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20 September 2017
On 20 September 2017 BBC News reported:
Prisoners have developed drug problems behind bars prompting a rise in violence at a jail, a report says. One in five inmates have a drug habit they did not have before their jail term began at HMP/YOI Portland, HM Inspectorate of Prisons (HMIP) found. It said violence was high against staff as well as inmates at the Dorset jail.
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Chief inspector of prisons Peter Clarke said 64 percent claimed it was easy to get drugs inside -- the second highest figure in England and Wales this year -- with 20 percent saying their drug problem began in the prison.
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