HMP & YOI Bronzefield is a modern purpose built prison for women which opened in June 2004. It performs the function of a local prison, accepting prisoners direct from the courts and is run by Sodexo Justice Services.
Tel: 01784 425690
Fax: 01784 425691
Director: Charlotte Pattison-Rideout
Controller: Patrick Morris
Operational Capacity: 527 from January 2010
Type of Accommodation: 3 main residential units holding approximately 135 women each. A fourth residential unit holding 77 women was opened in January 2010. Bronzefield also has Level 4 Healthcare provision with inpatient facilities for 18 women. A smaller 10-bed Help & Direction Unit which served as an intermediary unit between Healthcare and main residence was decommissioned by MoJ in October 2010. Bronzefield also has a Separation & Care Unit.
Reception Criteria: Direct from courts within the catchment area. Remand and trial adults and young adults. Short term sentenced adults up to 6 months. Mothers & Babies (up to 18 months). Restricted Status prisoners; life sentenced prisoners and young offenders.
Full time education including Art, ESOL, IT and Basic Skills
Arts workshop, Sewing Workshop, Induction Suite, and Resettlement Centre
Vocational training in catering, cleaning, customer service, painting & decorating and business administration
Integrated Recovery model including clinical and psychosocial alcohol provision
LINK centre including a wide range of voluntary and third sector agency provision including Job Deal, Job Centre Plus, WISH (mental health community support) and Immigration Health and Advice Service.