HMP Leeds has an elaborate façade and the building itself dates back to 1847. The four wings of the prison are laid out in a classically Victorian radial style, and originally, the establishment was called Armley Jail, as it is located in the Armley area of the city. The prison has a capacity of 1,212 and is a category B adult male establishment. It claims to be firmly focused on supporting and resettling prisoners after they’ve served their sentence. If you’d like to find out how to get to HMP Leeds, please use the map on this page.
Tel: 0113 203 2600
Operational capacity: 1212
2 Gloucester Terrace, Stanningley Road, Leeds LS12 2TJ
Prison Phone have been helping inmates at HMP Leeds to maintain family contact by reducing the cost of calls from the PINS payphone system.