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The Howard League for Penal Reform is a London-based registered charity in the United Kingdom. It is the oldest penal reform organisation in the world, named after John Howard. Founded in 1866 as the Howard Association, a merger with the Penal Reform League in 1921 created the Howard League for Penal Reform. [1]
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Baroness Corston sponsored a Parliamentary staff pass for Ms Frances Crook, who registered this relevant gainful occupation or benefit: Director, Howard League for Penal Reform [5]

February 2014

January 2013

  • Frances Crook OBE, Director, The Howard League for Penal Reform gave evidence related to women offenders on 29 Jan. [7]
  • Frances Crook OBE, Director, The Howard League for Penal Reform gave evidence related to Minutes of EvidenceHC 92 on 29 Jan. [8]

June 2012

  • Andrew Neilson, Director of Campaigns, Howard League for Penal Reform gave evidence related to Youth Justice on 19 Jun. [9]

May 2011

June 2011

Ministry of Defence
  • Howard League for Penal Reform met with Andrew Robathan, Minister for Defence Personnel, Welfare and Veterans, to discuss Veterans. [2]
Ministry of Justice
  • Howard League for Penal Reform met with Crispin Blunt, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Justice, to discuss Publication of Report. [3]

June 2010

Ministry of Justice
  • Howard League for Penal Reform met with Crispin Blunt, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Justice, for introductory meeting. [4]

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