Prison Governors

Ministry of Justice written question – answered on 2nd July 2015.

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Photo of David Anderson David Anderson Labour, Blaydon

To ask the Secretary of State for Justice, how long each prison governor at each prison has been in post.

Photo of Andrew Selous Andrew Selous Assistant Whip (HM Treasury), The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Justice

The length of time for which the governing governor of each public sector prison establishment had been in their current post on 31 March 2015 is set out below.

Governor Tenure as at 31 March 2015

Establishment Name

Years

Askham Grange

2.3

Aylesbury

5.0

Bedford

3.2

Belmarsh

0.6

Blantyre House

0.4

Brinsford

1.2

Bristol

3.2

Brixton

0.2

Buckley Hall

1.4

Bullingdon

0.1

Bure

4.4

Cardiff

1.4

Channings Wood

0.7

Chelmsford

1.0

Coldingley

1.8

Cookham Wood

1.4

Dartmoor

0.3

Deerbolt

3.2

Dover

0.9

Downview

1.4

Drake Hall

0.4

Durham

3.7

East Sutton Park

0.4

Eastwood Park

3.1

Elmley

1.8

Erlestoke

0.3

Exeter

4.0

Featherstone

0.1

Feltham

2.0

Ford

1.0

Foston Hall

1.5

Frankland

0.5

Full Sutton

0.5

Garth

2.1

Gartree

0.2

Glen Parva

2.5

Grendon

3.3

Guys Marsh

0.3

Haslar

0.3

Hatfield

1.4

Haverigg

2.2

Hewell

0.8

High Down

2.2

Highpoint

1.5

Hindley

0.4

Hollesley Bay

7.0

Holloway

4.5

Holme House

3.2

Hull

0.2

Humber

0.2

Huntercombe

0.4

Isis

3.5

Isle of Wight

2.2

Kennet

2.2

Kirkham

2.2

Kirklevington Grange

3.2

Lancaster Farms

2.1

Leeds

1.5

Leicester

1.2

Lewes

0.3

Leyhill

2.0

Lincoln

2.5

Lindholme

0.1

Littlehey

3.3

Liverpool

0.5

Long Lartin

1.2

Low Newton

5.4

Maidstone

1.8

Manchester

0.5

Moorland

0.1

Morton Hall

3.2

New Hall

2.9

North Sea Camp

1.2

Norwich

4.3

Nottingham

0.2

Onley

0.9

Pentonville

1.4

Portland

1.0

Preston

2.6

Ranby

1.4

Risley

3.2

Rochester

3.3

Send

0.2

Stafford

0.2

Standford Hill

1.6

Stocken

2.6

Stoke Heath

5.6

Styal

3.2

Sudbury

0.9

Swaleside

1.8

Swansea

1.7

Swinfen Hall

3.1

The Mount

3.2

The Verne

1.0

Thorn Cross

1.3

Usk/Prescoed

1.1

Wakefield

1.1

Wandsworth

3.2

Warren Hill

4.2

Wayland

2.8

Wealstun

3.4

Werrington

0.3

Wetherby

0.1

Whatton

6.8

Whitemoor

1.6

Winchester

2.5

Woodhill

1.0

Wormwood Scrubs

1.4

Wymott

0.5

National Average

1.9

This information is based on individuals’ career records as recorded on NOMS’ workforce data systems. Those career records have not been verified.

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