General Information, Doncaster

The prison was built by the Prison Service on the site of a former power station in the town centre on an island between a river and a canal close to the centre of Doncaster. It opened in June 1994. It is run by Serco and is part of the Yorkshire & Humberside region. It has a capacity of 1145 and the #1 governor is Jerry Spencer.


Prisoners are accommodated primarily in 3 house blocks, each comprising 4 wings Additional accommodation is provided in the annex on the ground floor of the health centre building. Each wing houses prisoners in cells on two levels surrounding an association area. The segregation unit has 22 cells with 2 protest cells and 2 special cells.

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We can introduce you to  experienced  lawyers can help you with parole,  probation,  immigration, adjudications, visits and any other complaints  and disputes you have with the Prison Service.

The solicitors are all experts on how the Prison Service/Criminal Law  system works and will be able to provide to you the necessary advice and support to ensure you or your loved ones are treated fairly. These lawyers are "small enough to care about you, but big enough to fight for you"

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" A Man Who Is His Own Lawyer Has A Fool for a Client"

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