Source: (2010) London: Prison Reform Trust.

Black and minority ethnic (BMe) prisoners, consulted by the Prison Reform Trust, described changes they would like to see in the systems prisons use to respond to racist incidents. in a 15 month project, supported by the Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust, BMe prisoners identified the following main areas for improvement: the need for an independent input into investigations; procedures and rights should be clearly explained; enhancing the role of prisoner race representatives, for example by providing a clear job description; and mediation should be made available. (excerpt)

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