What category is Spring Hill prison?

Category D
HM Prison Spring Hill is a Category D men’s prison, located in the village of Grendon Underwood, in Buckinghamshire, England.

What is the strictest prison in the UK?

Wakefield Prison holds approximately 600 of Britain’s most dangerous people (mainly sex offenders, murderers, and prisoners serving life sentences). Accommodation at the prison comprises single-occupancy cells with integral sanitation.

What category prison is Aylesbury?

The prisons included within the Buckinghamshire area we provide services in are; HMYOI Aylesbury – a closed young offender institution. HMP Grendon – a category B male prison. HMP Springhill – a category D open male prison.

When was Springhill prison built?

History. It was opened on 15 October 1967 on the southwestern edge of the former coal mining town on the northern edge of the Cobequid Mountains; occupying 167 hectares of land on a plateau overlooking the area, it is described as the largest “fenced” correctional facility in Canada.

How many prisoners are in Springhill?

Spring Hill Corrections Facility It accommodates up to 1,018 male prisoners with low to high-medium security classifications.

What is a category D prison?

Category D – open prisons These prisons have minimal security and allow eligible prisoners to spend most of their day away from the prison on licence to carry out work, education or for other resettlement purposes. Open prisons only house prisoners that have been risk-assessed and deemed suitable for open conditions.

What cat is Feltham prison?

HM Prison Feltham

Predecessor form, shown c. 1935
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Location Feltham, London
Security class Juveniles/Young Offenders
Capacity 768

When was Aylesbury prison built?

HM Prison Aylesbury

HMYOI Aylesbury, shortly after construction in 1847
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Opened 1847
Managed by HM Prison Services
Governor Mark Allen

What prisons are Category D?

Where is Springhill Prison in Buckinghamshire?

Spring Hill Prison. Tel: 01296 445000 – Grendon Underwood, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire HP18 0TL. Springhill House has had a long and varied past, starting in 1872 as a family home, becoming a wartime base for first MI6- the Secret Service and then the Special Operations Executive (SOE) in 1941.

What type of prison is HMP Spring Hill?

HM Prison Spring Hill is a Category D men’s prison, located in the village of Grendon Underwood, in Buckinghamshire, England. The prison is operated by Her Majesty’s Prison Service, and is jointly managed with HMP Grendon, which is situated next to Spring Hill.

Why choose Aylesbury Grammar School?

They felt the school valued them as individuals and they in turn were enormously proud to belong to the school.’ School life at Aylesbury Grammar School revolves around different communities ranging from boys’ houses, tutor and year groups, to a broad and varied curriculum with numerous clubs and societies.

How do I contact Spring Hill Prison?

If you notice anything that is incorrect on this page, please contact us on [email protected] Any further information can be found on the prison website at www.justice.gov.uk/contacts/prison-finder/spring-hill or you can ring the main switchboard on 01296 445 000.