Category Archives: G4S

G4S to be challenged on record for care of vulnerable people and delivery of criminal justice services

STATEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Social justice campaigners, the Reclaim Justice Network (1), are giving media advance notice that Network shareholders will be attending the G4S Annual General Meeting in Sutton, London (2) on Thursday 26 May, to call for G4S’ … Continue reading

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G4S: Imprisoning futures?

On Thursday 26 May, 2016, members of the Reclaim Justice Network will be attending the G4S Annual General Meeting. For the third year running, our members will be attending as shareholders. We will be asking the G4S board questions relating to … Continue reading

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Medway and G4S: The systemic abuse of vulnerable children

When vulnerable children go to jail in England and Wales, society should expect them to be kept safe. However, in a recent BBC Panorama episode, culpable G4S employees are seen discussing their intentions and methods for harm, as vulnerable children … Continue reading

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A view from the G4S AGM

Abi Amey reports on the 2015 G4S AGM On Thursday 4 June 2015, Will McMahon and I attended the G4S AGM as part of the Reclaim Justice Network. Along with a number of other supporters of the Reclaim Justice Network, … Continue reading

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G4S AGM

We now have a date for the G4S AGM – it is Thursday 4 June at the Excel centre on Dockland.  The AGM begins at 11am and will last for a couple of hours.

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Alex Phillips: my view of the RJN action at the G4S AGM

Alex Phillips was one of 6 RJN members that attended the G4S annual AGM to question their profiteering from prison expansion and prison labour. Here is her report of the action. Find alex @MsAlexP. If you’d like to help us … Continue reading

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Yarl’s Wood women win chance to have their voices heard

Thanks to the creative activism of a number of women’s groups, the Home Affairs Select Committee agreed on Tuesday 24th June that they will take evidence from current and former Yarl’s Wood detainees. When former detainees give their evidence they will … Continue reading

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