Lesson 2 Dynamic Security

Topics: Prison, Security, The Prisoner Pages: 13 (388 words) Published: February 5, 2015
Custodial Care Services
Dynamic Security

This session will help you
with;
P1 Describe the physical, dynamic and

procedural security considerations in a
custodial environment
D1 Evaluate the need for security and

control in a custodial environment

Objectives
All students will be able to;
State what is meant by the term ‘Dynamic

Security’
Discuss the type of information that could
be gained from Prison intelligence
Some students will be able to;
List the benefits of a good prison regime

Recap on Physical Security
What is the difference between an Open or Closed

prison in terms of security?
Closed is completely locked
Open allows prisoners out for work/weekend home
visits
State the difference between a Category A prisoner

and a Category D prisoner
Category A – Pose threat to society, maximum
security, crimes such as murder, rape or terrorism.
Category D – Can be trusted in open conditions and
sometime allowed out. Low risk.

What does dynamic security mean?
Surveillance – Covert and overt
Intelligence gathering
Monitoring everyday activities

Prison definition of Dynamic
Security
The process of

looking for patterns
in intelligence, close
monitoring of gang
members, sharing of
information, close
relationships with
external agencies
and partnerships to
share intelligence,
along with tackling
the drug and
violence issues.

Areas for concern
Visits – family or solicitors
Movement of prisoners for work, education,

gym
Mail – outgoing and incoming
Phone calls monitored

Group work
Consider what information can be gathered

from monitoring prisoners in these areas;
Visits
Movement of prisoners for work, education,

gym
Mail – outgoing and incoming
Phone calls

Question
If you were sent to prison what would be

your biggest concern?

Prison regime
Good relationship between offenders and

staff
Build trust and confidence
Secure environment
Allows prisoners to feel free of bullying or
have their possessions damaged or stolen
Prevents suicidal tendencies

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Objectives
All students will be able to;
State what is meant by the term ‘Dynamic

Security’
Discuss the type of information that could
be gained from Prison intelligence
Some students will be able to;
List the benefits of a good prison regime

This session will help you
with;
P1 Describe the physical, dynamic and

procedural security considerations in a
custodial environment
D1 Evaluate the need for security and

control in a custodial environment

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