HMP Morton Hall

Morton Hall Prison

Tel: 01522 666 700 – Swinderby, Lincoln, Lincolnshire LN6 9PT

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HMP Morton Hall specialises in holding those who are due to be deported, but need holding in secure conditions before their departure. It has a capacity of 392 and holds adult males over the age of 18. Whilst in the establishment, prisoners have access to legal support and family content, plus a range of activities. If you’re planning on visiting HMP Morton Hall and would like directions, please refer to the map on this page.

Tel: 01522 666 700

Operational capacity: 392

Swinderby, Lincoln, Lincolnshire LN6 9PT

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Here's some facts about Morton hall Prison

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HMP Morton Hall is an Immigration Removal Center in Morton Hall, Lincolnshire. Opened as a women’s prison in 1985, and converted into an IRC in 2011, the prison has capacity to hold 392 inmates.

Morton Hall has six units, all with single rooms. Fry and Windsor hold 160 residents over two floors; each with a toilet and shower. Each unit has one spur that is non-smoking. Johnson and Sharman house 145 residents in ground-floor accommodation with communal toilets and shower. Sharman has a purpose-built room for any individual with reduced mobility. Torr holds 48 residents in ground-floor accommodation with communal toilets and showers. Seacole is an induction unit within its own perimeter fence area, holding up to 39 residents over two floors.

A hunger strike that started in IRC Harmondsworth “spread” to IRC Morton Hall in 2015. Some of the inmates started to refuse food that March “in solidarity” with those in Harmondsworth, near Heathrow.

To view the latest HMIP inspection report, click here.

Visiting hours are 13:15 – 16:15 Mon-Sun and 17:30 – 20:15 Sundays.

  •  A report released by the HMIP has praised the progress made by Morton Hall IRC since its opening in 2011. They described the IRC as “safe, calm and positive”

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  • Staff at Morton Hall had to find a "place of safety" when about 30 men refused to go into their rooms.

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  • HMP Morton Hall was the first prison, along with HMP Kirkham, to trial intermittent prison sentences. These sentences allowed inmates to serve their sentences on a part-time basis.

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  • In 2004, HMP Morton, along with HMP Kirkham, trialled an Intermittent Custody Scheme, where prisoners were allowed home at weekends / week days to be with their family. The scheme was abandoned only 2 years later.

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  • Prior to specialising in inmates awaiting deportation, the prison used to hold female offenders.

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  • HMP Morton Hall was built on the site of a former RAF base.

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