Bullingdon Prison information
Prison visits are temporarily suspended following instructions for people to stay at home, protect the NHS and save lives. We will update here as soon as this changes. You can also follow @HMPPS on Twitter and read a rolling update page.
There are a number of other ways to contact someone in prison if you are unable to visit them. You can:
- leave a voice message using the Prison Voicemail Service
- send them an email using the email a prisoner service
- write to them
You can also contact the Prisoners’ Families Helpline on 0808 808 2003.
HMP Bullingdon operates as a local Prison holding both remanded and sentenced prisoners. HMP Bullingdon also accommodates young adults between the ages of 18-21. Opened in 1992 it is a ‘new gallery' design prison with four main houseblocks divided into three galleried units. A fifth houseblock was added in 1998 and a sixth in 2008 – both are two galleried units.
PO Box 50
Tel: 01869 353100
Fax: 01869 353101
Governor: Ian Blakeman
Accommodation: There are four original houseblocks (A-D), a fifth (E) which currently accommodates sex offenders was added in 1998 and a sixth was added in 2008 (F) which facilitates induction. Accommodation primarily compromises of double cells, with a limited amount of single cells available to high risk offenders.
HMP Bullingdon also has a dedicated Healthcare Unit, specialising in supporting men with complex medical requirements, mental health problems and primary care needs.
Operational capacity: 1114 as of 11th of January 2018
Reception criteria: Bullingdon serves the courts of Oxfordshire, Berkshire and Wiltshire and surrounding areas/ supporting magistrate’s courts within the Thames Valley. Bullingdon also acts as a resettlement prison for prisoners from Hampshire.