CONCISE OVERVIEW OF JAMES DANIEL MCMULLEN

3,Let me introduce myself. I am James Daniel McMullen. Age 54. Sadly for over 40 years, I have spent time in one form of institution or another. Serving various sentences in and around Britain's judicial system. These ranged from Detention Centre, 3 Months short sharp shock.  Borstal Training, 6-2 years.Young Prisoner Sentences, (YPS) Numerous times.... Continue Reading →

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A FEW IDEAS TO A BETTER PRISON SYSTEM…OH!!! THEY DIDN’T WORK!

CPS FIGHT AGAINST VOILENT PRISONERS... REMEMBER THE POSTERS WITHIN THE PRISON ESTATES...ONE PUNCH = FOUR YEARS... A significant step forward in the fight against violence in prisons has been taken today (27 February 2015), with the publication of a joint national protocol on crime committed in prison. The new joint protocol produced by the Prison... Continue Reading →

PHONECALLS…BEFORE IN-CELL.

To many people making statements and spitting out mis-leading facts. Therefore, as an ex-long-term prisoner I thought I would give people the correct information about how our phone system works within our prison estates.

There is still 90% of prison estates that do not have in-cell phones yet.Prison-myths Therefore, I will give you a quick overview of how the phone system really works in our prisons.

The way you phone people from prison (right from the start – no exceptions, no “one phone call allowed”, nothing like that) is by going to one of the public phones in the corridor or wing, which are operated using a special PIN number. This system has several hurdles you will need to overcome.

On arriving you will be given a PIN which you need to enter before making any phone calls. From the start, this system immediately throws up three issues:

You have to be able to get to the phone, and therefore let out of your cell

You need to have money on this PIN

You have to be authorised to call the number you want…

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WHY PEPPER-SPRAY?

This is certainly not the answer... Last month, Prisons Minister Rory Stewart announced that every officer in an adult male prison will be equipped with PAVA – a synthetic pepper spray which can be used to incapacitate violent prisoners. The £2 million investment followed what was described as “a successful pilot”. The government made no... Continue Reading →

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