As of 2016, the prison population of the UK (England & Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland combined) is around 86,000, with a total capacity of around 88,000.The following table lists the three active prisons in Northern Ireland.In addition, since the 1990s the day-to-day running of a number of previously existing prisons, as well as several new facilities, has been "contracted out" to private companies, such as Serco and G4S.There are also "Immigration Removal Centres" run by the UK Border Agency.All three are operated by the Northern Ireland Prison Service.Provides a secure environment for residents who suffer from Dementia /Alzheimer’s type conditions.[Up to 1834] [After 1834] [Staff] [Inmates] [Records] [Bibliography] [Links] The first mention of a workhouse in Kidderminster was in 1753 when it stood in Vicar Street. In about1784, a larger establishment was built on the nearby Vicarage meadow, approximately where Oxford Street is today.
The average annual poor-rate expenditure for the period 1833-35 had been £11,733 or 7s.10d. A new union workhouse was erected in 1836-8 at the east side of Sutton Road in Kidderminster. Member of Parliament for Gainsborough and lately Chair, Public Accounts Committee. Executive head, Durand Academy, London Borough of Lambeth. Co-founder and group chairman, Bartle Bogle Hegarty. (Nailsworth, Gloucestershire)Andrew William Dilnot, CBE. Chairman, UK Statistics Authority and warden, Nuffield College, University of Oxford.