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National Strategy to Reduce Gambling Harms

Commission research on lived experience of prisoners (HL)


June 2022

The final report can be found here: and summary report Copy of PowerPoint presentation givent to the Commission

October 2021

Data collection (interviews) is now complete, with a total sample of 22 interviews. The analysis of the data and write up of the report is currently taking place. The research findings will be presented to Commissioners at the next meeting on 23 November 2021, followed by the publication of the report at the end of the year.

April 2021

Ongoing with the final report due after the summer

November 2020

The team at the University of Lincoln have been appointed by the Howard League to carry out research into lived experience (opens in new tab) of problem gambling and crime.

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