In this latest instalment of Channel 4’s Life Behind Bars series, which takes an in depth look at prison life, cameras head to one of Scotland’s largest prisons, HMP Low Moss to record inmates’ visits from family and friends.
The investigation comes after British Transport Police saw almost 900 reports of sexual crimes in the last across London’s Tube network – an increase of 20 per cent from the previous year.
It is running a campaign, alongside Transport for London, to encourage people to report such incidents.
The woman – part-time comedian and writer Naomi Hefter – was being filmed as she walked through the city as part of an ITV investigation into sexual harassment in the UK.
At one point in the video, which was filmed covertly, she stops at a crossing and becomes aware of a man, laden with professional-looking cameras, behind her.
The men’s prison is home to notorious criminals including John Leatham, who killed teenager Paige Doherty, but also houses less dangerous criminals serving short-term sentences. The hour-long documentary airs on July 4 at 9pm on Channel 4.
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The documentary focuses on one of the most important aspects in any prisoner’s life – their contact with the outside world.