Runymede Trust and University of Greenwich Prisons Report 2017
Interventions carried out by ISCRE’s Community Diversity Officer, Keiran Manners in UK Prisons on:
- Improving Outcomes for BAME Prisoners to Improve Equality, – Safety and Decency in Prisons (2016)
- Improving Disproportionality in Use-of-Force Incidences for Black and/or Muslim Prisoners in Custody through Self-development (2017)
Youth Consultation in HMYOI Warren Hill (July 2013)
The Black Training and Enterprise Group (BTEG) commissioned the Ipswich and Suffolk Council for Racial Equality (ISCRE) to conduct a consultation with young people serving custodial sentences at HMYOI Warren Hill.
Hate Crime in Suffolk: Understanding the Prevalence & Support Need: September 2013
A research to provide independent evidence of: the prevalence of Hate Crime in Suffolk; and the needs of victims and communities affected by Hate Crime across the victimisation themes of race, allegiance to a faith, sexuality, gender identity and disability.
Stop & Search in Ipswich
ISCRE’s research conducted to unpick the issues contributing to the paradox that sees more Black and Minority Ethnic people being stopped and searched than white people.
Youth Offending Service Report – August 2011
An Audit of BME Cases at Suffolk Youth Offending Service
- Youth Offending Service Report – August 2011 (Word doc: 1.1 MB)