According to Australian media reports, according to the Victorian state government in Australia to ease prison congestion plan, prisoners will serve in container prisons. The plan will take effect as early as Christmas. Edward O'Donohue, the head of the Correctional Services Department, said the container prisons would be housed in remote mining camps, each containing about two to three inmates.
It is understood that the Dhurringile prison in Northern Victoria will take part in the plan. Langi Kal Kal prison and Beechworth prison are also under consideration.
Container prison is expected to be put into use before Christmas, Okuta Noshu said. "As the government has tightened the parole system, the capacity of the prison has begun to be challenged. Container prison is the latest solution to the problem of prison congestion. He said today when he visited 3AW radio.
"Container prison will also use GPS technology to ensure that prisoners will not escape at night." He is repairing the road. It is reported that New Zealand Rimutaka prison has a successful precedent.
惩教厅长奥多诺修( Edward O'Donohue )表示，这些集装箱监狱将安置在边远的采矿营地中，每个集装箱监狱大概容纳2至3名犯人。
据了解，维州北部的 Dhurringile 监狱将参与这项计划。Langi Kal Kal 监狱及 Beechworth 监狱也在考虑之中。
“集装箱监狱也将应用GPS技术，保证犯人不会在晚上越狱。”奥多诺修补充道。据悉，新西兰 Rimutaka 监狱有成功的先例。