Catalogue description HM Prison Service Website

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Details of NOMS 1
Reference: NOMS 1
Title: HM Prison Service Website
Description:

This series contains dated gathered versions (or 'snapshots') of the HM Prison Service website.

[Please note: These records may be accessed via the UK Government Web Archive using the links listed below (for a general explanation of these parallel links, please see the Arrangement field)]:

HM Prison Service (http://www.hmprisonservice.gov.uk/).

HM Prison Service (http://www.justice.gov.uk/about/hmps).

Date: From 2000
Arrangement:

Please see information at Divisional level.

This series contains more than one link to the ‘snapshots’ of this website. For some websites, the URL may change periodically. Despite this change to the URL these websites are part of the same record series as they represent the department or organisation’s presence on the web at the time. Occasionally, more than one domain URL to the same website may run in parallel creating an overlap.

Held by: The National Archives, Kew
Legal status: Public Record(s)
Language: English
Creator:

HM Prison Service, 1993-2004

National Offender Management Service, 2004-

Physical description: archived website(s)
Access conditions: Open
Immediate source of acquisition:

Gathered from original website.

Accruals: Future website versions may be anticipated.
Administrative / biographical background:

HM Prison Service was established on 1 April 1993 as an executive agency of the Home Office, responsible for managing most of the prisons within England and Wales. Its function was to keep in custody those committed by the courts in a safe, decent and healthy environment; and to reduce crime by providing constructive regimes which address offending behaviour, improve educational and work skills, and promote law abiding behaviour in custody and after release.

In 2004 the agency became part of the new The National Offender Management Service (NOMS).

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