Coldingley Prison information

Coldingley

Coldingley was opened in 1969 as a Category B training prison. In 1993 it was re-designated as Category C training prison.

Coldingley is focused on the resettlement of prisoners. It provides a framework to support the achievement of realistic resettlement goals by offering opportunities to prisoners willing to work hard and accept responsibility for achieving those goals.

Address:

Shaftesbury Road
Bisley
Woking
Surrey
GU24 9EX

Tel: 01483 344300
Fax: 01483 344427

Governor: Glenn Knight

Accommodation: Majority single cells, with a small number of double cells.

Operational Capacity: 513 as of 18th May 2009

Accommodation: Majority single cells, with a small number of double cells. Five wings, four with electronic unlocking night sanitation and one, newly built, with integral sanitation. In-cell TV available on all wings for standard and enhanced prisoners. PINphones on all wings.

Reception Criteria: Normal reception arrangements, all sentence lengths including life sentence prisoners.

Prisoners must:

  • be prepared to fully participate in the regime and work a full working week.
  • Have a minimum of 24 months to NPD/CRD when applying (prisoners transferring to participate in the RAPt programme will be considered with less time if they can complete their course before their release date)
  • Be willing to sign a Voluntary Drug Testing Compact
HM Prison Service

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