Her Majesty's Prisons is the name given to prisons in the United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, Grenada and Barbados. The title makes up part of the name of individual prisons and is usually abbreviated to HM Prison or HMP.
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... Moorland Prison refers to a pair of prisons located in Hatfield Woodhouse, South Yorkshire, England ... The prisons are jointly managed, and are operated by Her Majesty's Prison Service Moorland Closed (HM Prison), a Category C prison and Young Offenders Institution (renamed Moorland (HM Prison) in 2010 ...
1969–70 Officer, Hatfield borstal, HM Prison Leeds 1970–74 Assistant governor, HM Prison Hull 1974–78 Training specialist, HM Prison Service College 1978–82 Assistant ... Preceded by Martin Narey Director-General HM Prison Service 2003–2008 Succeeded by Himself Preceded by Himself Director-General National Offender Management Service 2008–2010 Succeeded by Michael Spurr ...
... Moorland (HM Prison), Category C prison located Hatfield Woodhouse, South Yorkshire, England (renamed from Moorland Closed (HM Prison) in 2010) Moorland Open (HM Prison ...
Famous quotes containing the word prison:
“This great purple butterfly,
In the prison of my hands,
Has a learning in his eye
Not a poor fool understands.
Once he lived a schoolmaster
With a stark, denying look....”
—William Butler Yeats (18651939)