- Lincoln (HM Prison)
Infobox HM Prison
name = HMP Lincoln
size = 250px
type = Adult Male/Local
figures = 490 (2006)
location = Lincoln,
governor = Lynn Saunders
prisonid = 521
HM Prison Lincoln is a male-only
prisonlocated in Greetwell Road, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England.
HMP Lincoln opened as a local Prison in 1872 holding
remandand convicted prisoners. The original 1869-1872 structures designed by Frederick Peckare now listed buildings and are notable examples of High Victorian gothic design. The prison accommodation has been altered and extended at various times in the twentieth century.
The Establishment is beginning to take on the role of a community prison retaining a higher proportion of convicted prisoners. It is currently undergoing a major refurbishment project.
The regime at Lincoln includes production workshops, laundry, education, and vocational training courses. Offending behaviour courses include PASRO. Special features such as Listeners Scheme and charity workshops are available. There are also community links, for instance, groups that visit the prison gymnasium.
HMP Lincoln has type 3 healthcare centre.
drug testing is in operation at HMP Lincoln. There is CCTV in the visits area plus passive drug dogs. Counselling for addiction is currently provided by an outside agency. Voluntary drug testing is available.
Jeffrey Archer- 2002
Eamon De Valera- 1919
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