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Vigilance has been increased since a suicide bombing in Manchester killed 22 people last week, with police investigating the bomber's potential foreign links.
Isis has called for an escalation in global terror attacks by its followers during the Islamic holy month of Ramadan.
“This situation would not be acceptable for local authorities, schools or any other public institution charged with the care of children, and it should not be acceptable for HMPPS.
Urgent action needs to be taken to ensure that young people are safe in custody.” In September, responsibility for youth offending institutions was transferred from the Youth Justice Board to a new Youth Custody Service, based with HMPPS.
The arrests follow a series of foiled Isis-linked terror plots in France, which remains under a repeatedly extended state of emergency.
The country has been the target of terror attacks leaving around 240 people dead since 2014, including massacres in Paris and Nice.
When his ordeal finally ended, he was at first struck dumb, but then kept repeating to a staff member: “Please don’t let me die.” Betteridge, 17, was sentenced to five years detention and training for what a judge called a “prolonged and sustained period of humiliation and abuse”.
A damning report from the HM Inspector of Prisons in July found that not a single establishment inspected in England and Wales was safe to hold children and young people.
It revealed that in just five years, the number of children and young people self-harming had more than doubled, with self-harm rates running at nine incidents per 100 children, compared with four in 2011.
“Her Majesty’s Prison and Probation Service (HMPPS) were made aware of these issues in July, yet we still have no clear idea of what action will be taken, and by when, to rectify the situation and make sure our young people are safe in custody,” he said.
“With inspectors also noting that the majority of previous recommendations relating to safety, respect, activity and resettlement had not been implemented, we can have little confidence that this latest report will be any different without a clear action plan in place.
” Responding to the LGA’s call, a Ministry of Justice spokeswoman said: “The safety and welfare of every young person in custody is our absolute priority and we are clear that more needs to be done to achieve this.