Prisoners to debate privacy in the digital age at the grand final of the UK’s toughest debating competitionTwo teams of prisoners have made it to the grand final of the UK’s toughest debating competition at HM Prison Birmingham. To decide the winner, a panel of star-judges will hear arguments for and against the expectation of privacy in a digital age
Update regarding Brook House Immigration Removal Centre (IRC)Nine G4S employees remain suspended following the broadcast of BBC Panorama’s programme this evening.
Statement regarding Brook House Immigration Removal CentreG4S Custodial & Detention Services (UK) has been made aware of allegations regarding the conduct of a number of staff at Brook House Immigration Removal Centre (IRC)
G4S - Judges take their seats for UK's toughest debating competition behind barsThe first round of debates for the UK's toughest debating competition at HM Prison Birmingham get underway, with a panel of star judges to determine which teams will make the final
Warwickshire prison “settled” say independent monitorsIndependent monitors have said in a report published today that G4S-managed HM Prison Rye Hill near Rugby is "settled" and continues to make progress
Thinking beyond barsAdam Rawcliffe, Director of External Affairs at the Institute of Ideas, explains why the Debating Matters Beyond Bars programme is making a real difference to prisoners’ lives at HM Prison Birmingham
Independent monitors report on Wolverhampton prisonIndependent monitors have said in a report published this week that G4S-managed HM Prison Oakwood near Wolverhampton in Staffordshire continues to make progress
"Cutting-edge" approach to tackling re-offending at South Wales prisonG4S-managed HM Prison Parc has been praised in a report published today for it's "cutting-edge" approach to engaging with prisoners and their families
G4S - UK's toughest debating competition goes behind barsThis week, the UK's toughest debating competition, Debating Matters will this week go behind bars to train prisoners at HM Prison Birmingham
South Wales prison “well-managed” say independent monitorsA report by independent monitors at a G4S-managed prison near Bridgend in South Wales published today says that the facility is well-managed, the safety of prisoners is paramount and the provision of purposeful activity is good
Courageous cash-in-transit couriers honoured with special awardsTwo brave G4S cash in transit couriers who prevented the thefts of thousands of pounds despite being hit by a car and faced with a gunman have said “we were just doing our jobs"
G4S wins facilities contract for Hinkley Point CG4S has been awarded a multi-million pound contract by EDF Energy to provide facilities management services at Hinkley Point C
Gatwick immigration centre operates to "good standard" say monitorsIndependent monitors at immigration removal centre Tinsley House, near Gatwick airport, have today reported that the centre is managed to a “good standard”
"Clear determination" to make progress at Birmingham prison, say inspectorsA report into G4S-managed HM Prison Birmingham published today by independent inspectors says that there is a “clear determination” at the facility to rebuild and make progress after serious disorder in December last year
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New prison and Police operation to tackle contrabandAttempting to smuggle drugs and other banned items in to Parc Prison, in Bridgend, South Wales could land those involved with a significant jail term of their own, warn police and prison chiefs.
G4S applauded for role in securing One Love Manchester benefit concertWith 600 security officers deployed at short notice, G4S has been applauded for its role in securing the crowds at the One Love Manchester benefit concert
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