Regime information for Swansea Prison
All new receptions are placed on a two - four day paid induction programme. They then go on a week long access to work programme where they receive training in first aid, manual lifting, site safety and an education assessment. From here they are risk assessed and allocated suitable employment. Prisoners are employed in the prisons workshops, kitchen, laundry, BICs workshop and recycling units.
Full and part time education is also provided and there are Accredited Offending Behavior, ETS, Drug Rehabilitation and 12 Step programmes. Also CARAT interventions and resettlement groups for short term prisoners.
We have prisoner listener schemes, prisoner housing collators, Prisoner And Liaison Support Scheme run by prisoners, community improvement schemes, Toe to Toe scheme, Voluntary Drug Testing scheme, Enhanced regime on all units, safer custody unit reducing violence in prison and Prisoner elected councils. In addition we have Job Centre Plus, Housing Officers and Community Chaplaincy.