General Information, HMP Buckley Hall

Buckley Hall was the 4th contracted-out prison in the UK, and the first privately managed category C establishment holding medium-security prisoners, and was operated by Group 4 Prison Services. After a tendering process in June 2000, the establishment reverted to Prison Service control. In April 2002 it re-roled to a closed female training prison. As a result of population pressures in the male estate, it was then re-roled back to a male category C prison in September 2005.

 Accommodation

  • A wing – 110 beds; one spur is normal accommodation and the other is the drug and alcohol recovery unit
  • B wing – 120 beds, normal accommodation
  • C wing – 120 beds, one spur is the first night centre and induction and the other is the Aspire unit
  • D wing – 59 beds, normal accommodation

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