Institute for Criminal Policy Research Published Third Edition of World Pre-trial/Remand Imprisonment List
Around three million people are held in pre-trial detention and other forms of remand imprisonment throughout the world, according to the latest edition of the World Pre-trial/Remand Imprisonment List (WPTRIL), researched and compiled by Roy Walmsley and published on Thursday 23 February by the Institute for Criminal Policy Research, at Birkbeck, University of London. To find the study, visit the Institute's website here.
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