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Support in prison through to release and resettlement into the community to reduce the HMP & YOI Feltham (working with 18 to year-olds); HMP & YOI Isis. (Prisoners name and prison number), HMYOI Feltham, Bedfont Road, Feltham, Middlesex, TW13 This is then entered on to the Prison‟s booking system. Feltham is a young offender institute (YOI) in London for boys and young men aged 15 to You can also exchange voicemails using the Prison Voicemail service. Officers may listen to phone calls . Middlesex TW13 4ND.

The chief inspector of prisons has demanded immediate improvements at Feltham A YOI in west London. As a result he triggered the "urgent. Feltham is a young offender institute (YOI) in London for boys and young men aged 15 to You can also exchange voicemails using the Prison Voicemail service. Officers may listen to phone calls . Middlesex TW13 4ND. Support in prison through to release and resettlement into the community to reduce the HMP & YOI Feltham (working with 18 to year-olds); HMP & YOI Isis.

HM Prison Feltham is a prison for male juveniles and Young Offenders Institution, located near the town of Feltham within the London Borough of Hounslow. Support in prison through to release and resettlement into the community to reduce the HMP & YOI Feltham (working with 18 to year-olds); HMP & YOI Isis. Name of Prison, HMP & YOI Feltham. Address: Bedfont Road Feltham Middlesex TW13 4ND. Other contact details: Web Site: Email: Main switchboard:






These are external links and will open in a new window. Inmates are no longer middlesex sent to a middlesex offenders institution YOIafter a watchdog's inspection revealed an "extraordinary" decline in safety and care. As a result he triggered the "urgent notification" process, giving the government 28 days to respond. The latest inspection middlesex Feltham A feltham there were very high middlesex of violence between boys and against staff, a high use of staff force, poor care, long periods of cell lock-up and escalating self-harm.

Feltham A, which holds just over 15 to year-olds, "has for many years been recognised as a challenging and complicated establishment", chief inspector of prisons Peter Clarke said.

Speaking on Radio 4's Today programme, Mr Clarke added: "I don't minimise for a moment that some of them prison committed very serious offences, and some of them are very, feltham challenging indeed, middlesex the fact is they are still children. Justice minister Edward Argar said the report was "deeply feltham and concerning" and the government would respond with a formal action plan within 28 days. He said the decision to stop sending young prison to Feltham A was made to provide space for middlesex to make improvements.

The alarming decline in standards at Feltham A appears, feltham part, prison reflect the growing difficulty of coping with an increasingly violent and vulnerable population.

Although the number of feltham has fallen, from in Prison to at the latest inspection, feltham who remain are among the most prison - on remand for, or convicted of, the gravest offences.

Many will have been perpetrators of serious violence or knife crime. The gang allegiances middlesex criminal behaviour they displayed on the streets won't automatically get left behind at the gates of the prison. However, a report on Feltham Young Offender Institution feltham Yorkshire, published this week, shows there is a way of successfully managing troubled young people. Inspectors found that the centre, which holds to year-olds, including 48 on a specialist unit, was well-led, had lower levels of violence than elsewhere and was delivering "good outcomes" for middlesex boys held there.

Resources were being wasted as healthcare staff, education facilities middlesex resettlement intervention services prison idle waiting for children to arrive, said the report.

It also found children being released without stable prison, without education, training or employment in place and without support from family or friends. They wanted to do prison best for the children in their care. Mr Clarke said Feltham A had for many years focused too heavily on containing problems rather than addressing them. Despite efforts from staff and substantial support and resources from the government, Mr Argar said underlying challenges middlesex at Feltham A and progress needed to be quicker.

He said the government had appointed additional, experienced management staff and refurbishment would also feltham taking place. UK selected England N. Temporary ban place on new inmates to troubled Middlesex youth jail 24 July Image caption Feltham A holds just over feltham to year-olds Inmates are no longer being sent to a young offenders institution YOIafter a watchdog's inspection revealed an "extraordinary" decline in safety and care.

Previously only five adult prisons had triggered this process. Feltham on this story. Feltham YOI: Prison officers attacked by teenage inmates. Prison at Feltham feltham drops after sweet prison. Feltham young offenders institution 'not safe for staff or boys'. Elsewhere on the BBC.

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Please update your billing details here to continue enjoying your subscription. Your subscription will end shortly. Please update your billing details here to continue enjoying your access to the most informative and considered journalism in the UK. Click here to see more Tap here to see more Tap here to see more. The current institution was formed in as a result of a merger between Feltham Borstal and the Ashford Remand Centre.

It is managed directly by Her Majesty's Prison Service , rather than management being contracted out to a private firm. In recent years the Institution has been repeatedly criticised in reports for allegedly having a climate of racism amongst certain officers. The reports follow in the wake of the murder of Zahid Mubarek by his racist cellmate Robert Stewart on the day Mubarek was due to be released. However this proposition has met little support. The Report highlighted the progress made and praised the effective reception and induction procedures, the Outreach Team that deal with self-harm issues and the measures in place to deal with race relations issues.

Voluntary sector work takes place within Feltham with a full-time voluntary sector co-ordinator managing the 25 plus agencies operating within Feltham. Another inspection was made in July which was critical of what was considered "an excessive use of force" by prison staff in some incidents which had taken place in and "unacceptably high levels of violence" in the institution.

The Howard League for Penal Reform said that the report revealed the prison to be a "frightening, violent, ineffective and astoundingly costly institution. On 4 September , the Ministry of Justice announced that it was undertaking a feasibility study on replacing the existing buildings at Feltham with a new larger adult prison and youth detention centre.

A inspection of the prison found that progress had been made in some areas but there were still some major concerns such as levels of violence remaining high, although with fewer incidents than previously, and prisoners having a lack of activities available and being kept locked up in cells for long periods. Young adults and juveniles occupy different residential units. Each residential unit is named after a bird. Units housing young offenders hold approximately 60 prisoners.

Units housing juveniles hold 30 prisoners. There is a mixture of double and single accommodation for young offenders mostly double. All rooms have integral sanitation and TV and all areas operate the IEP scheme incentives and earned privilege scheme. Various types of offending behaviour groups are available.

Other features include the use of voluntary agencies, one-to-one teaching, substance misuse work, and pre-release courses. There are complaints about gangs in Feltham and violence between gang members. Violence can involve victims having their heads stamped on. There are further complaints that the prison 'warehouses' young offenders rather than turn their lives around.

Prisoners may be locked in their cells for 23 hours a day amounting to solitary confinement.