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Prisons: HMP Albany

Volume 712: debated on Tuesday 14 July 2009

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To ask Her Majesty's Government how much time per day out of their cells prisoners are allocated at HMP Albany; how much they got on average in practice before the new timetable was introduced; and how much they get on average now. [HL4853]

During 2007-08 prisoners at HMP Albany spent an average of 9.9 hours out of their cells per week day against a target of 10 hours. In 2008-09, the year in which the core day was introduced, the average time out of cell in HMP Albany was 10.1 hours against a target of 9.7 hours.