New Look For Her Majesty’s Prison Officers

Friday, 16 October 2015 - 8:45am

The officers of Her Majesty’s Prison are now sporting new uniforms; some of which were produced courtesy of the prison’s tailor shop.

New Roof For Her Majesty’s Prisons

Wednesday, 15 July 2015 - 3:15pm

In efforts to safeguard the health, wellness and safety of the staff and inmates of Her Majesty’s Prison, the Ministry of Education and Culture has taken steps to have the roofing covering for numerous buildings at the facility replaced. 

Prison Officer I

The successful applicant will supervise the security and custody of inmates to ensure correct policies and procedures are being adhered to and the efficient and effective functioning of the Prison.

Her Majesty’s Prison Museum Coming Soon

Friday, 12 June 2015 - 4:30pm

The Office of the City Manager will soon open the doors of the Old Her Majesty’s Prison Museum. Final preparations are progressing and the decision has been made to have prisoners from Her Majesty’s Prison contribute several crafts and merchandise to the museum.

Prison Act Cap 166

This is the legislation that governs the rules and procedures for Her Majesty's Prison.

The only time the prison can lawfully hold a person is following a committal by the court, at that point they are remanded into prison custody and are handed over by the Police. The only exception to this rule is in immigration cases whereby the immigration service will issue a holding warrant and the person.

No...They will have access to a phone to ring you.

Mobile phones, alcohol, any drugs, firearms, ammunition, explosives, tobacco, flammable liquids, video and sound recording equipment, any edged or bladed implement or item that could be used as a weapon, any tools or any other item that is deemed unauthorized by the Superintendent under the Prison rules. Information will be provided and advertised on this site for any additions.

You can bring clothes and foodstuffs and some electrical equipment. All drinks must be in sealed bottle, foodstuffs must be packaged in such a way that they can be searched. Any other items must be approved before they can be brought in. Visitors must be aware that bringing a prohibited item into a prison is a criminal offense and you can be subject to arrest and charge.