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Table 1 Description of the prisons

From: Stakeholder perceptions and operational barriers in the training and distribution of take-home naloxone within prisons in England

Prison Security level Male/female Modal age group Modal sentence length Percentage opiate users of those known to substance misuse treatment services (%)
1 Category D/‘open’ Male 30–39 4–9 years 19
2 Category C trainer Male 21–29 4–9 years 74
3 Category B/‘local’ and category A offenders Male 21–29 Un-sentenced/remand 82
4 Category B/‘local’ Male 21–29 Un-sentenced/remand 43
5 Category B/‘local’ Male 21–29 Un-sentenced/remand 63
6 Category C trainer Male 21–29 4–9 years 39
7 Category B/‘local’ Male 21–29 Un-sentenced/remand 64
8 Category D/‘open’ Male 21–29 4–9 years 16
9 Category B/‘local’ and young offenders (aged under 21 years) Female 30–39 2–3 years 64
10 Category C trainer Male 30–39 2–3 years 3