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Published 13 January Youth Justice Board for England and Wales The YJB acknowledges the report and notes that, whilst some good progress has been made since the last inspection, further work needs to be done.
It is clear from the report that, since the last inspection inimprovements to Feltham A have been made; and we are grateful to the inspection team for recognising the dedication of the staff who work there. However, and as the report also acknowledges, the young people placed in Feltham are some of the most challenging of the cohort we have across the youth secure estate.
We agree that there is a need to consider what changes should be made to ensure that the regime for young people in YOIs meets the needs of the population of young people who are now held in custody.
Our new specification better reflects the different and complex needs which are presented by the smaller, but more challenging, cohort of young people held in YOIs.
It also reflects the support and training that staff who care for these young people require to be able to do their job safely and effectively.
I have discussed this with the Chief Inspector and indicated that we wish to see these reforms implemented and tested for effectiveness first, before we consider whether an independent review is appropriate.
We will continue to work closely with NOMS to implement this new provision, as well as new education contracts from March this year.
In the meantime, NOMS have been working to implement innovative solutions to move resources across the secure estate as a short term measure to address any gaps in staffing.
Improving Feltham A is very much a work in progress, and will take time because of the multiple challenges that need to be addressed. ENDS Read the report on the HM Inspectorate of Prisons website HM Inspectorate of Prisons is an independent inspectorate, inspecting places of detention to report on conditions and treatment, and promote positive outcomes for those detained and the public.
The announced inspection of Feltham A was carried out from August The Youth Justice Board for England and Wales (YJB) welcomes HM Inspectorate of Prisons report into Feltham under young offenders institution (YOI). (Prisoners name and prison number), HMYOI Feltham, Bedfont Road, Feltham, Middlesex, TW13 4ND Email a prisoner This service allows friends and families to send e mails to prisoners.
Visiting Feltham Prison The Visitors' Centre at Feltham Prison is now run by Spurgeons, the children's charity. Our aim is to provide a supportive, friendly and welcoming environment for everybody who is visiting a prisoner, including those with children.
Feb 10, · Texas Prison and Jail Visitation, Phones, Packages & Mail Topics / Information relating to the Texas Department of Corrections and local / county . The current HM Prison and Young Offender Institution Feltham was formed by the amalgamation of Ashford Remand Centre and Feltham Borstal in / and Address is Hounslow Road, Feltham, Greater London TW13 4BY, England Feltham railway station is a train station situated on Hounslow Road, Feltham, Greater London TW13 4BY, England.
It was started in the year of by the Windsor Staines and South Western Railway.