What Does Prison Categorys Mean?

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The prisons categories are the classifications of the three regimes of prisoners: basic, standard or enhanced. There are five broad categories of prison for adult male prisoners: Local prisons for unconvicted and short-term prisoners, high prisons for high security prisoners, training prisons for long-term prisoners who do not need the highest security, category C prisons which are closed but have less internal security and open prisons for prisoners not believed to be a risk to the public or in danger of escaping.
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