Restore SN is always interested to hear from post graduate students interested in this subject for their Masters/PhD.
- We collaborate with other universities who seek to include user perspectives in their research programmes.
- We are currently members of the Dementia and Cognitive Impairment in the Older Prisoner Population in England and Wales Project Management Group at the University of Manchester.
- We have established a peer research group and would like to hear from other ex-offenders who might be interested in being involved
- See Social Care or Systematic Neglet? Older people on release from prison (Prison Reform Trust, July 2016) www.prisonreformtrust.org.uk
A selection of key Publications
Ross, I. R., and Richards, S.C., eds. (2003) Convict Criminology, Thomson Wadsworth, USA
HM Inspector of Prisons (2004) No problems – old and quiet: Older prisoners in England and Wales. A Thematic Review
Biggar, Kathy and Ware, Stuart (2008) Doing Time: the experiences and needs of older people in prison, Prison Reform Trust
Ware, S.R. (2009), ‘The development of care services for older people in prison’, Journal of Care Services Management, 3:4, 364-374
Ginn, Stephen (2012), The challenge of providing prison healthcare, BMJ 2012; 345: e5921
Ginn, Stephen (2012), Elderly prisoners, BMJ 2012; 345: e6263 doi: 10.1136/bmj.e6263
Ginn, Stephen (2012), Dealing with mental disorder in prisoners, BMJ 2012; 345: e7280 doi: 10.1136/bmj.e7280
Mann, Natalie (2012), Doing Harder Time? The experiences of an ageing male prison population in England and Wales, Ashgate Publishing, England
House of Commons (2013), Older Prisoners: Fifth Report of Session 2013-14, House of Commons Justice Committee