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Prison Officers to walk away with 60 million in north as sectarian legacy continues in prisons
ireland / britain | crime prison and punishment | news report Friday November 11, 2011 21:03 by Sean Matthews
The sixty million payoff to prison officers in Northern Ireland could be much better spent on addressing the causes of crime such as poverty, social deprivation and prison rehabilitation. Prison officers who served during the Troubles could walk away from their jobs with packages of more than £120,000 plus pension as part of a £60m redundancy programme aimed at ‘modernising’ the service.
Justice minister David Ford hopes about 540 ‘screws’ aged over 50 will leave the 1,747- strong ranks of uniformed staff over the next two years. The news comes after successive reports have pointed to the fact that Maghaberry prison is one of the worst and most expensive in the UK.
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