Mental Health and Deaths in Prison: Interim Report Contents

Published written evidence

The following written evidence was received and can be viewed on the inquiry publications page of the Committee’s website.

MHP numbers are generated by the evidence processing system and so may not be complete.

1British Medical Association (BMA) (MHP0012)

2Catch22 (MHP0023)

3Centre for Mental Health (MHP0010)

4Dorset Police & Crime Commissioner (MHP0038)

5Dr David Scott (MHP0004)

6Dr Kulvinder Singh (MHP0002)

7Equality and Human Rights Commission (MHP0015)

8Farah Damji (MHP0041)

9Hammersmith and Fulham Mind (MHP0039)

10Helen Carter (MHP0042)

11HM Inspectorate of Prisons (MHP0032)

12Human Rights Implementation Centre, University of Bristol (MHP0019)

13Independent Advisory Panel on Deaths in Custody (MHP0029)



16Liberty (MHP0028)

17Medical Justice (MHP0014)

18Mental Health Foundation (MHP0021)

19Ministry of Justice (MHP0027)

20Mr Markus Findlay (MHP0005)

21PAPYRUS Prevention of Young Suicide (MHP0016)

22Prison Governors’ Association (MHP0030)

23Prison Reform Trust (MHP0011)

24Prisoners’ Advice Service (MHP0008)

25Prisoners’ Education Trust (MHP0018)

26Prisons and Probation Ombudsman (MHP0009)

27Professional Trades Union for Prison, Correctional & Secure Psychiatric Workers (MHP0035)

28Professor Charlie Brooker and Russell Webster (MHP0003)

29Professor Phillip Leach (MHP0043)

30Public Health England (MHP0036)

31Rethink Mental Illness (MHP0020)

32Royal College of Psychiatrists (MHP0026)

33Substance Use and Addictive Behaviours (SUAB) Research Group (MHP0024)

34The British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (MHP0007)

35The Howard League (MHP0013)

36The Royal British Legion (MHP0006)

37UK National Preventive Mechanism (MHP0031)

38University of Warwick (MHP0022)

39Unlocked Graduates (MHP0034)

40Women in Prison (MHP0037)

41Women in Prison (MHP0040)

29 April 2017