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Bullying in prisons

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Bully OnLine is a gold mine of insight and information on bullying which identifies the different types of harassment and bullying, and exposes the principal perpetrator, the serial bully. Everyone, whether in or out of prison, knows at least one person in their life with the profile of the serial bully. Click here to see ...who has this behaviour profile in your life?

Have a look through this web site to recognise the bullies and bullying in your life ... start with Am I being bullied? then move on to What is bullying? To find out what you can do about bullying, click Action to tackle bullying. Have a look at the profile of the serial bully which is common to sociopathic managers, harassers, stalkers, rapists, violent partners, abusers, paedophiles, even serial killers of the organised kind.

If bullying and harassment have caused injury to health, commonly diagnosed as "stress", see the page on injury to health and the one on the psychiatric injury of trauma, a collection of symptoms congruent with the diagnostic criteria for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, or PTSD.


Delwyn Tattum, Countering Bullying Unit, Faculty of Education and Sport, University of Wales Institute Cardiff, Cyncoed Centre, Cyncoed Road, Cardiff CF2 6XD, UK, Telephone +44 (0)1222 506532, Fax +44 (0)1222 747665. Delwyn and his colleagues have lots of experience of bullying in schools and prisons. Call or write for a list of publications.

The UK Prison Health Promotion Development Project (PHPDP), Directorate of Healthcare, HM Prison Service, Room 832, Cleland House, Page Street, London SW1P 4LN, Tel 020 7217 6084, fax 020 7217 6412, email

NACRO is the National Association for the Care and Resettlement of Offenders, a national charity providing a range of services for ex-offenders, those at risk of offending and those who have experienced the effects of crime. NACRO, Mantel Health Unit, 169 Clapham Road, London SW9 0PU, Tel 020 7582 6500, email

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