Criminal Justice Inspection has praised the work carried out by hostels that accommodate offenders in Northern Ireland and the contribution they are making towards local public protection arrangements in an inspection report published today. The report on the hostels
, which are officially known as approved premises, found that risk management issues were taken very seriously by each of the facilities. They report confirms Inspectors had found evidence of good practice during the course of the inspection. A number of recommendations have been made by CJI’s Inspectors to further enhance current arrangements.