Humber Prison information
HMP Humber is a Category ‘C’ Resettlement Prison for adult males. HMP Humber is made up of two sites which currently are in the process of being merged together (formerly HMP Wolds and HMP Everthorpe). HMP Humber is planned to form one innovative prison which aims to effectively move prisoners along their journey in the prison towards resettlement upon release.
Region: Yorkshire and Humberside
Governor: Ed Cornmell
Category: C Resettlement
Operational Capacity: 1062
Reception Criteria: Two separate criteria for the respective individual sites until full physical merger 2014/15
Category C, adult males. Generally medium to long term sentenced prisoners (sentenced to over 12 months) With priority given to offenders from the local Humber sub-region, North Yorkshire and Lincolnshire.
HMP Humber would not normally accept:
- VP/rule 45 offenders
- Any unstabilised medical conditions
Currently the prison operates separate regimes on each site. In March 2014 as we move towards a standardized regime in line with the specification for a category C prison there will be some changes. Full integration of the regime will take place when the sites are physically merged in January 2015.
The prison operates on the basis of a journey and has dedicated wings for induction/complex needs, drug treatment, older prisoners, enhanced and a 14 bed hostel for Category D prisoners. It is anticipated that prisoners at HMP Humber will move throughout the site and that progression through the journey towards the resettlement phase and release will be for the majority of prisoners. Those who are assesses as suitable for open conditions will have the opportunity to work outside of the establishment on a daily basis in both prison based employment as part of prison estate management, community placements and also in paid employment. Those who access this regime will be predominantly based in the hostel with some places as part of the enhanced unit. The establishment focuses upon opportunities where prisoners can demonstrate active citizenship and works closely with the local community in partnership with RSA transitions.
Social visits: (Two visits centres will be in operation until further notice)
|Wed||none||14:00 – 16:30|
|Thurs||none||14:00 – 16:30|
|Fri||none||14:00 – 16:30|
|Sat||none||13:00 – 16:30|
|Sun||none||13:00 – 16:30|
|Mon||none||14:15 – 16:15|
|Thurs||none||14:15 – 16:15|
|Fri||none||14:15 – 16:15|
|Sat||none||14:00 – 16:00|
|Sun||09:30 -11:30||14:00 – 16:00|
Visits must be pre-booked on 01430 428413
Visits must be pre-booked on 01430 426505 between 17:30 and 20:00 every day except Saturdays.
Booking via email to SocialVisits.Everthorpe@hmps.gsi.gov.uk
|Mon||09:00 – 11:00||none|
|Tues||09:00 – 11:00||14:00 – 16:00|
|Wed||09:00 – 11:00||14:00 – 16:00|
|Thurs||09:00 – 11:00||14:00 – 16:00|
|Fri||09:00 – 11:00||14:00 – 16:00|
|Mon||09:30 – 11:30||14:15 – 16:15|
|Tues||09:30 – 11:30||none|
|Thurs||09:30 – 11:30||14:15 – 16:15|
|Fri||09:30 – 11:30||14:15 – 16:15|
Visits must be pre-booked on 01430 428000
Booking via email to LegalVisits.Everthorpe@hmps.gsi.gov.uk
Escort Area/Contractor: Area: East/ GSL
Local Authority: East Riding of Yorkshire
Constabulary: Humberside Police
Probation Service: Humberside Probation
Independent Monitoring Board Chairperson:
- (Wolds) – Claire Wood
- (Everthorpe) – Mike Austin
How to get there
HMP Humber Prison is located between the villages of North & South Cave, East Yorkshire and is made up of two separate sites: Everthorpe & Wolds. Please take note of which site you are visiting prior to travelling. Both sites are clearly marked.
East Yorkshire bus service, number 155. Telephone EYMS for timetable details (01482 222222).
Nearest train station is Brough which is 5 miles away – a taxi is required to complete the journey.
Everthorpe site: HU15 1RB
Wolds site: HU15 2JZ
From the South and West: Use the M62 and exit at junction 36 and follow the signs.
From the East: leave the A63 at the turn off for Market Weighton/South Cave (A1034), Follow the road into South Cave. At the crossroads turn left towards North Cave. After approximately 2 miles your will see the prison sites on your left, Everthorpe site first then Wolds.
From the North: stay on the A1034 until you reach South Cave. At the crossroads turn right towards North Cave. After approximately 2 miles the prison sites are on the left, Everthorpe site first then Wolds
Car parking is available one both of prison’s sites.