Sheppey Cluster (Elmley) Prison information

Elmley

Elmley is a purpose built local Prison serving all courts in the county of Kent. The establishment opened in 1992 with a number of house blocks built as later editions. Elmley is one of six Bullingdon design prisons in England and is the largest prison in Kent, Sussex and Essex region. 


Address:
Church Road
Eastchurch
Sheerness
Kent
ME12 4DZ

Tel: 01795 802000
Fax: 01795 802001

Governor: Jim Carmichael

Escort Area/Contractor: GEOAmey
Local Authority:
Swale Borough Council
Constabulary:
Kent Police
Probation Service:
NOMs Probation Service
IMB:
Mr Bob Duncan, Chairman

Accommodation:
House Block 1 - House Block 4 – various categories
House Block 5 – two spurs consisting of Category Cs and Foreign Nationals (FN)  
House Block 6 – Vulnerable Prisoners (VP)

Accommodation numbers are between 183 and 299 prisoners. 

Reception Criteria:
Un-sentenced and sentenced adult men. Un-sentenced male young offenders. 

HM Prison Service

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