When a Pakistani Muslim paedophile sex offender gets out of jail in the UK, he can NOT be sent back to Pakistan

The British government has decided that foreign sex offenders and violent criminals will not be deported (at least not for several years after their release) in order to protect the citizens of their home countries. Screw the citizens of Britain.

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UK Standard  More than a quarter of London’s prison population (27%) are Muslims. Official figures have revealed that record levels of Muslim people are serving jail sentences and that the numbers are still growing. Across England and Wales the proportion has risen from eight per cent a decade ago to 14 per cent now.

In London, the figure is an “astonishing” 27 per cent, which is more than double the 12 per cent of the capital’s population who are Muslim. In two prisons, Feltham and Isis, a third of the inmates were Muslim.

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Daily Star  A report by the National Offender Management Service (NOMS) said there was no guarantee former prisoners would be supervised if they were allowed to live overseas.

Instead, British taxpayers are being left to count the cost of keeping the ex-jailbirds in the UK to see if there is a chance of them reoffending.

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The report has been backed by Digby Griffith, director of NOMS, and Sarah Payne, director of NOMS in Wales. It said: “An offender is required to spend a suitable period of time in the community in the UK and Islands before they can be considered for resettlement overseas.

“This is to allow enough time to have passed in order to assess the offender’s likelihood of reoffending and compliance with requirements in the community.”

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The report added: “It would not be appropriate to allow an offender on licence who poses a high risk of violent and/or sexual re-offending to resettle outside the UK where they would be unsupervised, as it would undermine the protection of the public.” “Taxpayers will see this as lunacy”

Jonathan Isaby, chief executive of the Taxpayers’ Alliance The report said that prisoners should be directly transferred abroad after leaving prison only in “exceptional circumstances”. It added: “In general, this approach should be limited to those offenders who have been approved for early release on compassionate grounds, or where the Parole Board have approved this as part of the offender’s resettlement plan.”

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The Secretary of State is able to rubber-stamp a move abroad for newly-released prisoners subject to their licence or post-sentence supervision.

Jonathan Isaby, chief executive of the Taxpayers’ Alliance, has criticised the report. He said: “Taxpayers will see this as lunacy. Clearly we need to look again at this expensive policy. “Taxpayers expect more from the justice system.”

Just what Britain needs walking around in the streets
Just what Britain needs walking around in the streets