In my professional opinion this new policy will help families with female offenders who are the main carer as it will enable them to stay at home and still be punished.
(PRWEB UK) 28 March 2013
According to a recent Sky News report the number of female prisioners is to be reduced by developing community sentences such as, tagging unpaid work and curfew for women who have committed non-violent crimes. The idea is to punish women who have offended in a way that they can still stay at home with their children. Many families are broken up and children put into care when a woman carries out a prison sentence.
The report goes on to say figures show that almost 45% of women released from prison go on to reoffend, while women serving less than a year the rate is increased to almost 56%. Tory MP Ms Grant said: “We want to cut the terrible cycle of offending and reoffending by females. When a woman offends her children suffer too, with homes being repossessed and children ending up in care.”
Private Investigators in Birmingham believe it is important to keep families together, where possible and these plans would help female offenders to change their lives for the better. Private Investigators in Birmingham work closely with children by visiting schools, youth clubs and children’s homes to give talks and information to prevent them from becoming offenders themselves.
Spokesperson from Private Investigators in Birmingham, Kristy George said: “In my professional opinion this new policy will help families with female offenders who are the main carer as it will enable them to stay at home and still be punished.”
Private Investigators in Birmingham along with their sister company Private Investigators in Bristol is a team of highly trained professional and discreet private investigators and detectives with over 35 years’ experience in the industry. Their understanding and approachable team of male and female detectives are available 24/7 to conduct matrimonial, corporate and private investigations.