HMP Cookham Wood was originally built as a prison for young men in the 1970s. Since then, it’s been briefly used to incarcerate female juvenile offenders between the ages of 12 and 14, before returning to its original function as a prison for young male offenders. It currently accepts both remand and convicted young people, but does not take those with serious mental health problems or those on a detox programme. The prison is situated in Rochester in Kent and has a capacity of 131. If you’d like to get directions to HMP Cookham Wood, please refer to the map on this page.
Tel: 01634 202 500
Operational capacity: 131
Sir Evelyn Road, Rochester ME1 3LU
The Prison Phone service has been running since 2013 and since that time has helped many of the inmates at Cookham Wood prison to stay in touch with their friends and family aiding in their rehabilitation.
To find out how Prison Phone are reducing the cost of calls from the HMP Cookham Wood pay phones to any UK mobile phone just take a look at the short video we have put together.