Amy Rees turned round morale at HM Prison Brixton during her three years as governor, with an imaginative approach to problem solving and a focus on celebrating success. She writes about how she approached the challenge – which led to the recognition of two Civil Service Awards.
Amy Rees, now Principal Private Secretary at the Ministry of Justice, was governor of Her Majesty's Prison Brixton for three years.
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