Muhammad Faishal Ibrahim on Singapore Prison Service support and care networks
Share this content
Muhammad Faishal Ibrahim on Singapore Prison Service support and care networks(Updated: )
Families get vouchers for daily expenses and school items, while children get handwritten letters and time to bond with parents who are in jail. These are various ways the Singapore Prison Service works with the community to support the parents, spouses and children of incarcerated members of society. In Parliament on Tuesday (Jan 5), Minister of State for Home Affairs Muhammad Faishal Ibrahim outlined the programmes and care networks to help offenders maintain and strengthen family ties, in reply to an MP's question.