Forest Bank Prison
Tel: 0161 925 7000 – Agecroft Road, Pendlebury, Manchester, Lancashire M27 8FB
HMP Forest Bank is a privately run category B male local prison, which accepts remand and sentenced adults and young offenders. It is run by Sodexo. The prison, which opened in 2000, is situated in Pendlebury, near Salford, and has a capacity of 1,460. It was constructed on the former site of Agecroft power station.
An unannounced inspection of HMP Forest Bank between the 15 – 19 February
‘HMP Forest Bank continues to manage the challenges it faces well and had
improved further’ said Peter Clarke, Chief Inspector of Prisons. “However, the
needs of some marginalised groups of prisoners merited further attention” he
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Tel: 0161 925 7000
Operational capacity: 1460
Agecroft Road, Pendlebury, Manchester, Lancashire M27 8FB
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Here’s some facts about Forest Bank Prison
The residential units are spread through wings A-H. A1 holds young adults, while A2 is general. B1 + 2 are general, as is C1. C2 holds vulnerable prisoners. D1 is general, and D2 is a drug-free wing. E1 is the general and dispersal wing. F1 is basic and challenging behaviour wing F2 is general. G1 Recovery wing G2 is the first night and induction unit. H1 is the integrated drug treatment system and induction. H2 holds vulnerable prisoners.
In December 2005, over 2kg of cannabis, 60g of morphine, and 5.6g of cocaine were found during an inspection.
To view the latest inspection report from the HMIP, click here.
Visiting hours are between 13:00 – 19:00 Tue-Fri, and 12:30 – 16:00 Sat-Sun.