To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department what provision is made for prisoners held on remand to complain as to the conditions under which they are kept; and if he will make a statement.
Remand prisoners in prison custody may make complaints about conditions in the following ways:
- by speaking to supervising prison staff;
- by applying to see the governor, chaplain, medical officer, education officer or welfare officer;
- by applying to see the board of visitors or a visiting member of the board;
- by applying to see a visiting officer of the Secretary of State;
- by petition to the Secretary of State, to Parliament or to Her Majesty The Queen;
- by writing to a Member of Parliament;
- by writing to the Parliamentary Commissioner for Administration, directly or through a Member of Parliament;
- by petition to the European Commission of Human Rights.