- Many of those who died were vulnerable - from disadvantaged backgrounds or experiencing mental health and addiction problems, the report found.
- Victims were said to be placed in prisons with unsafe environments and cells
- The penal system failed to differentiate between adults and young adults within the system, the report added.
- There was a failure in communication between prisons and community agencies, campaigners said.
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