General Information HMP Wayland

 

HMP Wayland originally opened in 1985 as a purpose build prison. Since then there have been extensions and additions erected and now there are 13 residential units and a segregation unit over a large site. Wayland has been designated a resettlement prison and opened a new Category C personality disorder unit early 2014.

Accommodation

  • A: Induction and high-risk cell sharing risk assessment (CSRA) – mostly single cells
  • B: Normal location, high-risk CSRA – mostly single cells
  • C: Normal location, high-risk CSRA – mostly single cells and safe cell
  • D: Integrated drug treatment system and normal location, high-risk CSRA – mostly single cells
  • E: Wensum enabling environment; personality disorder pathway service and progression;
  • psychologically informed planned environment (PIPE) – single cells and safe cell
  • F: Enhanced unit, lowered security risk – single cells
  • G: Rehabilitation of Addicted Prisoners trust (RAPt); short duration drug programme; over-50s – single cells
  • H: Enhanced unit, lowered security risk – single cells
  • J–M: Normal location – double cells
  • N: Normal location, enhanced unit – double cells
  • Segregation unit

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