Hart v Governor HMP Whitemoor

Prison – Prisoners. The claimant was serving a life sentence for offences including two murders committed with the presence of children in the vicinity. He challenged the imposition of safeguarding children measures. The Administrative Court, in allowing the application, held that it was not a proper decision, on the facts of the case, to find that the level of risk that the claimant presented to children was such that it had been appropriate or necessary to impose safeguarding children measures.

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