Number of prisons in the European Union


Austria 27
(2012)
Belgium 33
(2012)
Bulgaria 55
(2012 – 13 prisons and 42 police-run pre-trial detention centres)
Croatia 23
(2012)
Cyprus 1
(2011 – one prison but police detention centres are used for many pre-trial detainees)
Czech Republic 36
(2013)
Denmark 52
(2013)
Estonia 4
(2013)
Finland 30
(2011 – 28 prisons, 2 prison hospitals of which one is a psychiatric hospital)
France 190
(2013)
Germany 186
(2013)
Greece 33
(2009 – 16 judicial prisons, 8 closed prisons, 3 therapeutic establishments, 3 special juvenile establishments, 3 rural prisons)
Hungary 33
(2013 – 31 prisons and 2 hospitals)
Ireland 14
(2013 – 11 closed, 1 semi-open, 2 open)
Italy 225
(2013 – 206 penal institutions for adults, 19 for minors)
Latvia 12
(2013)
Lithuania 15
(2013)
Luxembourg 2
(2013 – Centre pénitentiaire de Luxembourg, Centre pénitentiaire de Givenich)
Malta 1
(2013 – Corradino Correctional Facility)
Netherlands 85
(2012 – 57 prisons for adults, 11 institutions for juveniles, 4 for illegal aliens and 13 TBS clinics)
Poland 215
(2011 – 70 institutions for pre-trial detainees, 87 prisons, 14 hospitals, 44 other units associated with the 157 main institutions)
Portugal 49
(2010 – 17 central prisons, 4 special prisons, 27 regional prisons, 1 ‘Cadeia de Apoio’)
Romania 45
(2013)
Slovakia 18
(2013)
Slovenia 7
(2013 – 6 prisons, 1 correctional home for juveniles. The 6 prisons have facilities at 13 different locations.)
Spain 82
(2010)
Sweden 82
(2012 – 50 prisons and 32 remand prisons)
United Kingdom – England and Wales 133
(2013 – 130 prisons, 3 Immigration Removal Centres)
United Kingdom – Northern Ireland 3
(2013 – Maghaberry, Magilligan and Hydebank Wood)
United Kingdom – Scotland 16
(2013)

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