Bullingdon is a men’s prison near Bicester.
Bullingdon is committed to providing a safe and educational environment where men can learn new skills to help them on release.
Every person at Bullingdon has a right to feel safe. The staff are responsible for their safeguarding and welfare at all times.
All safeguarding processes are overseen by the Oxfordshire Safeguarding Adults Board.
When a prisoner first arrives at Bullingdon, they will be able to contact a family member by phone. This could be quite late in the evening, depending on the time they arrive.
They will get to speak to someone who will check how they’re feeling and ask about any immediate health and wellbeing needs.
Each person who arrives at Bullingdon gets an induction that lasts about a week. They will meet professionals who will help them with:
Everyone also finds out about the rules, fire safety, and how things like calls and visits work.
Around 1,100 men live at Bullingdon across 6 houseblocks (A to F). Most men share rooms.
Prisoners have access to a broad programme of learning opportunities provided by Milton Keynes College. These range from basic skills, such as English and maths, to distance learning with the Open University.
The programme includes training in a variety of trades and professions, including:
Work is available throughout the prison in areas such as the laundry and the farms and gardens. Prisoners can earn qualifications while working.
Bullingdon also runs a number of accredited offending behaviour programme courses.
Patrick Haugh Road
Tel: 01869 353100
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