- Almost a quarter (23%) of remand prisoners said they felt depressed or suicidal when they arrived at prison.
- More than a third said they had a drug (35%) or mental health problem (36%).
- Nearly half (47%) had problems obtaining bail information.
- More than half (58%) of unconvicted prisoners said they spent less than four hours out of their cell on a weekday.
- While most wanted to take part in work or education, a lack of places and the prioritisation of sentenced prisoners meant some were unable to do so.
- Remand prisoners showed little awareness of the support available.
- While almost two-fifths (39%) said they expected to have housing problems on release, only a fifth said they knew who to contact for help.
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