Whole-life sentence: List of current prisoners serving whole-life tariffs

 

The following is a list of current prisoners serving whole-life sentences, and the date they were given the tariff. Some of the prisoners, such as Peter Sutcliffe, received an initial sentence for their crimes long before the whole-life tariff was imposed.

Sentenced by Home Secretary

Ian Brady - 1966

Robert Maudsley - 1977

John Childs - 1980

Dennis Neilson - 1983

Arthur Hutchinson - 1984

Jeremy Bamber - 1986

Anthony Entwistle - 1987

Victor Miller - 1988

John Duffy - 1988

Anthony Arkwright - 1989

Victor Castigador - 1990

Robert Black - 1994

Rose West - 1995

Sentenced by judges

Paul Glen - 2004

Phillip Heggarty - 2004

Thomas McDowell - 2004

Mark Martin - 2005

Mark Hobson - 2005

William Horncy - 2005

Kenneth Regan - 2005

Glyn Dix - 2005

Viktor Dembovskis - 2006

John McGrady - 2006

Rahan Arshad - 2006

David Tiley - 2007

Michael Smith - 2007

Steve Wright - 2008

Levi Bellfield - 2008

Douglas Vintner - 2008

Mark Chivers - 2009

Peter Tobin - 2009

Royston Jackson - 2010

Peter Sutcliffe - 2010

Ernest Wright - 2010

Anthony Hardy - 2010

John Maden - 2010

Wilbert Dyce - 2010

Stephen Griffiths - 2010

John Sweeney - 2011

George Norman Johnson - 2011

John Cooper - 2011

David Baxendale - 2011

Andrew Dawson - 2011

David Cook - 2012

Stephen Farrow - 2012

Mark Bridger - 2013

Dale Cregan - 2013

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