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Stocken Prison is found to be 'safe and well' by the jail's independent monitoring board in their annual report for 2019




A Rutland prison has been found to be ‘safe and well run’ despite three prisoners dying and increases in drugs.

Stocken Prison, in Stretton, received the grading from the jail’s independent monitoring board in their annual report that covered the period between May 2018 and April this year.

Inmates David Saxton, 56, and Patrick Kettle, 39, were found dead in their cells in separate wings on October 6 last year and a third death occurred on January 6 this year.


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