HMP Warren Hill is a category C men’s in Hollesley, Suffolk. It opened in 1982 as part of HMP Hollesley Bay, and share some services with it, but is recognized as a separate prison. Warren Hill has capacity to hold 192 young offenders.
Alder is a 90-bed unit accommodating category C progression regime prisoners and the temporary segregation unit. Oak is a 95-bed unit also accommodating category C progression regime prisoners Elm is the democratic TC accommodating up-to 40 prisoners – all undertaking core therapy Monday to Friday. Maple is a 20-bed PIPE (Psychologically Informed Planned Environment) accommodating prisoners who have completed intensive therapy. Sycamore is a 12-bed older prisoners’ unit housing progression regime prisoners. Beech is the segregation unit.
The new regime has been commented on as “other prisons could learn from” it, in an HMIP report. ”The level of innovation was impressive, and many aspects of the regime and approach adopted could provide lessons to other prisons about how resettlement and risk reduction can be placed at heart of a prison.”
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Visiting hours are between 14:00 and 16:00 on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.