Prison is a Category 'B' Prison in the UK.
inmates are serving long-term sentences for serious crimes- all have
served in Category 'A' Prisons.
is unique in that it is run as a 'therapeutic' prison whereby the inmates
are not only confronted with their crimes but, importantly, are encouraged
to seek other, more positive, ways to deal with their behavioural problems
that have lead them to repeat offences.