Posts Tagged: Hakea Prison

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WA Govt considers moving women prisoners to Hakea Prison to combat overcrowding at Bandyup | ABC News

Female prisoners could soon be housed at Hakea Prison, currently a men-only jail, under plans being considered by the State Government. WA’s main womens prison, Bandyup, continues to be plagued by overcrowding, with some inmates sleeping on mattresses on the

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WA Govt considers moving women prisoners to Hakea Prison to combat overcrowding at Bandyup | ABC News

Female prisoners could soon be housed at Hakea Prison, currently a men-only jail, under plans being considered by the State Government. WA’s main womens prison, Bandyup, continues to be plagued by overcrowding, with some inmates sleeping on mattresses on the

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WA coroner investigates prison death | Perth Now

A MAN who died in a West Australian prison complained of feeling depressed and having trouble sleeping in the lead up to his death, the Coroners Court has heard. PETER Phillip Humes, 38, died in his cell at Hakea Prison

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WA coroner investigates prison death | Perth Now

A MAN who died in a West Australian prison complained of feeling depressed and having trouble sleeping in the lead up to his death, the Coroners Court has heard. PETER Phillip Humes, 38, died in his cell at Hakea Prison

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Muslim sheikh banned from WA prisons | The Australian

A PERTH man accused of praising terrorist groups has been banned from West Australian prisons after it emerged he visited a remand jail to preach to inmates. via Muslim sheikh banned from WA prisons | The Australian.

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Muslim sheikh banned from WA prisons | The Australian

A PERTH man accused of praising terrorist groups has been banned from West Australian prisons after it emerged he visited a remand jail to preach to inmates. via Muslim sheikh banned from WA prisons | The Australian.

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WA prison union @JohnWelchWAPOU calls for empty units to be opened to tackle ‘overcrowding’ | ABC

The WA Prison Officers’ Union has called for the State Government to open four empty units to help tackle what it says is overcrowding in the system. But Corrective Services Minister Joe Francis says there are beds available for prisoners

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WA prison union @JohnWelchWAPOU calls for empty units to be opened to tackle ‘overcrowding’ | ABC

The WA Prison Officers’ Union has called for the State Government to open four empty units to help tackle what it says is overcrowding in the system. But Corrective Services Minister Joe Francis says there are beds available for prisoners

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WA prison system reaches 96.5% of operational capacity, as Hakea cells sit empty | West Australian

WAs prison system has reached 96.5 per cent of its operational capacity, with the Government yet to get a handle on the projected impact of burglary laws designed to jail more people for longer. It comes as the Department of

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WA prison system reaches 96.5% of operational capacity, as Hakea cells sit empty | West Australian

WAs prison system has reached 96.5 per cent of its operational capacity, with the Government yet to get a handle on the projected impact of burglary laws designed to jail more people for longer. It comes as the Department of

Serco faces $200k fine for Western Australian prison van escape | Yahoo!7

Yahoo!7, 7/1/2014. Serco, the private firm that runs WA\’s prison transport service, faces a $200,000 penalty for the escape of two prisoners who were on the run for 36 hours and sparked a massive police manhunt at the weekend. Under

Serco faces $200k fine for Western Australian prison van escape | Yahoo!7

Yahoo!7, 7/1/2014. Serco, the private firm that runs WA\’s prison transport service, faces a $200,000 penalty for the escape of two prisoners who were on the run for 36 hours and sparked a massive police manhunt at the weekend. Under

WA: X-traordinary reward for juveniles

THE State Government has bought eight Xbox consoles for juvenile offenders who destroyed six of the same gaming stations during a riot in January. The eight new consoles have been bought at taxpayers expense for use by detainees at Hakea

WA: X-traordinary reward for juveniles

THE State Government has bought eight Xbox consoles for juvenile offenders who destroyed six of the same gaming stations during a riot in January. The eight new consoles have been bought at taxpayers expense for use by detainees at Hakea