Icelandic Prison Service
|Icelandic Prison Service
|Legal personality||Governmental: Government agency|
|Governing body||Icelandic Government|
|Elected officer responsible||Hanna Birna Kristjánsdóttir, Minister of the Interior|
|Agency executive||Páll Egill Winkel, Prison Service Director|
The Icelandic Prison Service (Icelandic: Fangelsismálastofnun ríkisins) is the national correctional agency of the Republic of Iceland. Along with the Icelandic National Police, Directorate of Customs, and the Icelandic Coast Guard, the Icelandic Prison Service is one of the few law-enforcement agencies in Iceland. The current director of the Prison Service is Páll Egill Winkel.
Prisons in Iceland
Aside from Fangelsið Akureyri, which is in the northern city of Akureyri, prisons in Iceland are all located in the southwest end of the country. This includes the oldest prison, Hegningarhúsið, which is located in downtown Reykjavík. This roughly corresponds with the country's population centres.
|6||Fangavörður að loknum skóla||Prison Officer after School|
|7||Fangavörður án skóla||Prison Officer without School|
|Fangavarðanemi||Prison Officer Academy Student|
The present uniform of the Icelandic Prison Service is a black shirt with black trousers.
The image displays the former shoulder patch of the Icelandic Prison Service. The present shoulder patch is black with silver lettering and outlining.
- List of present administrative staff - http://www.fangelsi.is/fangelsismalastofnun-rikisins/starfsmenn/netfong/
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