IMB members are independent, unpaid and work an average of 2-3 days per month. Their role is to monitor the day-to-day life in their local prison or removal centre and ensure that proper standards of care and decency are maintained. To see a map of prison establishments use the Prison FinderRead more about us
Inside every prison, immigration removal centre and some short term holding facilities at airports, there is an Independent Monitoring Board (IMB) – a group of ordinary members of the public doing an extraordinary job.Learn more >
HMP Brixton has made good progress in consolidating its training and resettlement goals during the last year. In its annual report the prison’s Independent Monitoring Board commends the range of accredited training now available, much of it leading directly to local employment; the continuing opportunities for Category D prisoners to work outside the prison prior …
IMB volunteer for HMP Moorland, Jane Morgan, was recently interviewed on BBC Radio Sheffield. Jane speaks about why she decided to become an IMB volunteer and explains in more detail what the role involves. Listen to Jane’s short interview with BBC Radio Sheffield’s Rony Robinson.
The Independent Monitoring Board at H.M.P. Swansea has published its Annual Report for the year ending 31st May 2015. The IMB recognises the continuing challenges faced by the Governor and staff and acknowledges the efforts and initiatives which have been introduced to address them. The report identified areas of concern as well as areas of …