How do I book a prison visit at Hewell?

How do I book a prison visit at Hewell?

How do I book a prison visit at Hewell?

Legal visits can also be booked by email: [email protected] You must include; date, time, duration of visit, prisoners full name, number or date of birth, and name of all visitors.

Can you visit Hewell Grange?

Hewell Grange and its gardens have previously only been open to the public through specific Heritage Open Days and the National Gardens schemes. As of 2020 no public access is permitted, although access to the lake is possible with permission.

Is hewell an open prison?

The Borstal itself was reclassified in 1991 to a Category D open prison, and renamed HMP Hewell Grange.

What category prison is HMP Hewell?

Hewell prison was officially formed in 2008 with the merger of Blakenhurst, Brockhill and Hewell Grange prisons. It holds prisoners of categories B, C and D, each housed on different sites. The category D site, the Grange Resettlement Unit, is a grade II listed manor house built in 1894.

How do prison visits work?

Upon arriving at a new prison, inmates create a visiting list using the following process: An inmate is given a Visitor Information Form when he/she arrives at a new facility. Inmate completes their portion of the form and mails a copy to each potential visitor. Potential visitor completes all remaining form fields.

Who owns Hewell Grange?

Robert Windsor-Clive

Hewell Grange
Architectural style(s) Jacobethan
Owner Robert Windsor-Clive, 1st Earl of Plymouth
Listed Building – Grade I
Official name Hewell Grange

Who is the governor of HMP Hewell?

Raplh Lubkowski
The prison primarily serves the Gloucestershire, Worcestershire, West Midlands and Warwickshire catchment area and is part of the West Midlands Region. It has a capacity for 900 inmates on the closed site. The #1 governor is Raplh Lubkowski, who has been in post since June 2020.

What is Category C prison?

Category C prisons are for inmates who cannot be trusted in open prison, but who have been recognised as being unlikely to make any attempt at escape. To be placed in a category C prison, the prisoner must fulfil at least one of these criteria.

Can you visit someone in prison in Hewell?

Hewell prison is now offering visits for family, friends and significant others, in line with stage 3 of the National Framework for Prisons. Find out more about visiting someone in prison during the COVID-19 pandemic. You can also follow @HMPPS on Twitter and read a rolling update page.

How to book a visit to HMP Hewell?

To book a visit for House blocks 1 – 6 telephone 0300 060 6503, lines open 09.00 to 18.00, Monday to Friday (except Bank Holidays) or e-mail [email protected] Visits must be booked al least two working days before the visit. To book online, visit: www.gov.uk/prison-visits .

When did HMP Hewell open as a prison?

Hewell Prison. HMP Hewell opened in 2008 and is an adult male local prison, holding mixed-category offenders; including those in remand, those who have been sentenced and those who are recognised as vulnerable.

Who is in charge of safeguarding at Hewell Prison?

All safeguarding processes are overseen by the Worcestershire Safeguarding Adults Board. When someone first arrives at Hewell, they will be able to contact a family member by phone. This could be quite late in the evening, depending on the time they arrive.