Wednesday, July 05, 2006

Maximum Insecurity Prisons

Security alerts lead to change of locks at jails
(Filed: 05/07/2006)

All locks in two prisons are being changed at a cost of hundreds of thousands of pounds after separate security breaches.
One incident happened yesterday when a member of the Independent Monitoring Board, formerly known as the Board of Visitors, left a set of keys on a table in an unnamed jail's staff canteen, which is run by inmates. He was reported to have resigned.
The second breach occurred last week after a media visit to Feltham young offenders institution in west London. ITV was accused of broadcasting shots of a prison key.
Daily Telegraph


Blogger gazza27 said...

Not far from us is a locall hotel called walton jail,a few months ago a crane drove down the road and lowered a cage over the wall,nearly got away with it as well?

5:49 PM  
Blogger ByronB said...

Sounds straight out of a Peter Sellers film !!!

1:30 AM  
Blogger gazza27 said...

I think they must have thought about the comedy value while planning it? LOL

1:28 AM  

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