HM Prison Service visitor pass runs on familiar PC network
Another inmate has fled from an open prison in Wales following an incident last month. Twenty-two year old Lee David Pearson, who is not a sex offender and is not serving a life sentence, absconded from HMP Prescoed near Usk at the weekend. He was convicted at Swansea Crown Court on 31 December 2009, and has contacts in the Neath and Port Talbot areas. Pearson is described as 5ft 10 ins (1.8m) tall, 78 kg, black with shaved dark hair and dark eyes. Anyone who has information is asked to call Gwent Police on 01633 838111.
Access Control Wales’s sister company supplies an HM Prison Service Pass running on a familiar PC or network of PCs as part of our class-leading visitor monitoring systems. A non-transferable visitor pass is printed detailing information such as visitor name, inmate name, car registration, and so on, as a proof of identity. Pre-booking of legal representatives, contractors, and inmate visitors can be entered into the system at any time, and cross-checked when the visitor actually arrives at the prison.