HMP Birmingham sees detainee charged over rebellion as detainees took control of a wing
A man has been charged with jail uprising following a revolt which saw hundreds of detainees emptied from one of the country’s greatest prisons last month.
Ross Queen, 30, will show up some time recently judges in Birmingham on Friday over the clutter at the city jail on December 17.
A West Midlands Police representative said analysts were working close by the Jail Benefit what’s more, G4S to proceed to explore the scatter at the prison.
HMP Birmingham, once in the past known as Winson Green, can hold up to 1,450 inmates.
It is caught on around 260 detainees were gotten up in the incident, which kept going for more than 12 hours.
One man, accepted to be in his 20s, was taken to healing center with a facial damage as well as cuts, wounds what’s more, a lessened consciousness, West Midlands Emergency vehicle Benefit said.
No jail staff were harmed amid the melee.
Some 240 detainees were moved out of the office as a result of the disorder.
Riot squads were sent to the classification B jail run by G4S after reports of detainees setting fire to stairwells what’s more, crushing paper records.