Information about jails and conditions of incarceration in Spain .
Living conditions in prisons are generally regulated by numerous laws and guidelines: from constitutional provisions to national criminal and penitentiary laws. As a European Union Country, Spain has to comply with rules and regulations concerning conditions of its inmates in according with European Union chart of rights for prisoners. For example, European Court of human rights has a set of documents and rules to make sure those conditions in all members of European Union countries are on a respectable level. While prison conditions are mainly a responsibility of Member States, the European Union also has reasons to deal with them, as clarified by the European Commission in its 2011 Green Paper and as stated in the 2010 Stockholm Program. Several mechanisms have been created, in Europe and worldwide, to monitor detention conditions in prisons. Such mechanisms are meant as a tool to prevent torture and ill-treatment of detainees. If prison conditions in a Member State are deemed to be inhumane or degrading, arrest warrants and transfers of prisoners to that Member State might not be executed, as doing so might amount to a violation of the ECHR and the EU Charter. Basically, EU Charter of detainees rights include them having access to medical assistance (including psychological help) at any time when necessary as if they were free, weekly visits by family members, the right for money being deposited to their prison account by their family members (amount varies from country to country, but usually a maximum of around 100 Euros a week is allowed). A lot of European jails have internal schools and classes available to inmates. Those classes differ from basic grammar and math to martial arts, pottery, music therapy classes and so on. Inmates who have been users have access to classes that teach them how to prevent relapse in the future. Visits by the priest are also allowed and some prisons have weekly or monthly gatherings for service in the church. Some of jails also offer work to the inmates with weekly allowance that gets deposited directly to inmates prison account which he can use to buy stuff in prisons canteen or save it for the moment when he gets out. Prisoners should also have access to library and gym. At Detective-001 we know all your rights as a detainee and you can count on our support and help to make sure that your time in prison is as comfortable as it could possibly be under circumstances. Usually the hardest part about being in jail is being cut off your family and loved ones. We can make sure to provide you with the best possible visiting schedule and make sure that you get your full rights exercised. We have undeniable reputation and experience in that matter and will gladly help.
Spanish Ministry of Justice consists of 82 establishments
Contact information of Spanish penitentiary system:
Telephone:+34 91 335 48 81
Fax:+34 91 335 40 64
Address:Calle Alcala 38-40, E-28014 Madrid (Catalonia: Carrer Arago 332, 08009 Barcelona)
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One of the main Jails in Spain is called Sote del Real.
SOTO DEL REAL PRISON
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