Currently, a woman in prison during the war has been brought to justice, accused of having a link with a serving prisoner.
Stacey Sutherland, 27, appeared at the Newton Aycliffe Magistrates' Court, who resolutely deserted HMP Deerbolt, a new offender in Durham, County.
The defendant from the Barnard Castle, where HMP Deerbolt is located, is accused of abusing public confidence in the relationship with prisoners from April 1 to May 14.
Sutherland spoke only to confirm his name, address and date of birth during a five-minute hearing.
District court judge Tiam Capsticki was given her unconditional suspicion that he would arrive in Teesside Crown Court on 6 December.
HMP Deerbolt is a Category C prison – which means that it is: "For those who can not be trusted in open conditions, but who are unlikely to try to escape."
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It has about 500 inmates, aged 18 to 21, who are usually sentenced for about four years.
Separate staff this year decided to photocopy all the letters and photos that arrived in prison after they discovered that some of them were dipping drugs.
Prisoners' aids sprayed pasta with a liquid spice, which could then be pulled in and smoke or sold to prison.
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