Locations. This service is provided in the following resettlement prisons: HMP & YOI Feltham (working with 18 to year-olds); HMP & YOI Isis (working with Prison Officer - HMYOI Feltham. Her Majesty's Young Offender Institution. HMYOI Feltham, Bedfont Road, Feltham, Middlesex, TW13 4ND. Feltham is a young offender institute (YOI) in London for boys and young men aged 15 to HMYOI Feltham Bedfont Road Feltham Middlesex.
Name of Prison, HMP & YOI Feltham. Address: Bedfont Road Feltham Middlesex TW13 4ND. Other contact details: Web Site: Email: Main switchboard: Prison Officer - HMYOI Feltham. Her Majesty's Young Offender Institution. HMYOI Feltham, Bedfont Road, Feltham, Middlesex, TW13 4ND. Prison Officer - HMYOI Feltham. HMYOI Feltham, Bedfont Road, Feltham, Middlesex, TW13 4ND. Salary: £31, to £32, (based on 39 hours and including.
Name of Prison, HMP & YOI Feltham. Address: Bedfont Road Feltham Middlesex TW13 4ND. Other contact details: Web Site: Email: Main switchboard: Locations. This service is provided in the following resettlement prisons: HMP & YOI Feltham (working with 18 to year-olds); HMP & YOI Isis (working with Prison Officer - HMYOI Feltham. HMYOI Feltham, Bedfont Road, Feltham, Middlesex, TW13 4ND. Salary: £31, to £32, (based on 39 hours and including.
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Good — the service is performing well and meeting our expectations. This is an opportunity to change lives - to help vulnerable young people who usually have complex needs, to develop their potential. At HMYOI Feltham you will look after young people who have been remanded or sentenced to periods of detention; your job will be to make sure their experience gives them a real chance to make a good life for themselves.
You will have an opportunity to frame some of the most vital years of their lives; you will allow them to have a more fulfilling childhood, and play a crucial part in helping them to prepare for adulthood. This role is always challenging, and you will need to maintain safety and security while providing support and supervision as well as balancing the competing requirements of control and care, sanction and treatment, rehabilitation and education.
Forging strong relationships with each young person, you will create individual plans with personal goals. You will facilitate their personal, social and emotional development, and help them engage in constructive activities and prepare for education, work or training on release. By taking on such responsibility for our young people and the public, you can expect a lot in return. That includes the opportunity for professional development, to study for a degree in youth justice or complete specialist training, giving you the skills to make real progress in your career.
You will also receive a number of other benefits, including. Level 3 diploma qualification as part of your 10 week training. Retail discounts. Existing Prison Officers are not eligible to apply for this campaign.
First and foremost, you will care about making a real difference for young, often vulnerable people through support and rehabilitation. You will recognise that puberty can lead to emotional volatility - and this can be enhanced by complex needs. You are willing to develop an understanding of those needs, which could be rooted in mental health, violence, substance misuse, gang culture, sexual health or extremism.
We will help you to become a skilled communicator, so that you can develop positive relationships with young people and work with them to change their behavior.
Becoming a prison officer for a Young Offender Institute. The existing building opened as a Remand Centre in March The current institution was formed in as a result of a merger between Feltham Borstal and the Ashford Remand Centre. It is managed directly by Her Majesty's Prison Service , rather than management being contracted out to a private firm.
In recent years the Institution has been repeatedly criticised in reports for allegedly having a climate of racism amongst certain officers. The reports follow in the wake of the murder of Zahid Mubarek by his racist cellmate Robert Stewart on the day Mubarek was due to be released. However this proposition has met little support. The Report highlighted the progress made and praised the effective reception and induction procedures, the Outreach Team that deal with self-harm issues and the measures in place to deal with race relations issues.
Voluntary sector work takes place within Feltham with a full-time voluntary sector co-ordinator managing the 25 plus agencies operating within Feltham. Another inspection was made in July which was critical of what was considered "an excessive use of force" by prison staff in some incidents which had taken place in and "unacceptably high levels of violence" in the institution.
The Howard League for Penal Reform said that the report revealed the prison to be a "frightening, violent, ineffective and astoundingly costly institution. On 4 September , the Ministry of Justice announced that it was undertaking a feasibility study on replacing the existing buildings at Feltham with a new larger adult prison and youth detention centre.
A inspection of the prison found that progress had been made in some areas but there were still some major concerns such as levels of violence remaining high, although with fewer incidents than previously, and prisoners having a lack of activities available and being kept locked up in cells for long periods.
Young adults and juveniles occupy different residential units. Each residential unit is named after a bird. Units housing young offenders hold approximately 60 prisoners.