Bid to get powers to block prison mobile use

Eab dy gheddyn pooaraghyn dy chur lhiettrymys er ymmyd jeh shooylee 'sy phryssoon

Rheynn Cooishyn Sthie dy hirrey er Tinvaal dy heeyney magh leigh y Reeriaght Unnaneysit gys Mannin

Oddagh lhiettrymys ve currit er cowraghyn dy hooylee as ymmyd neu-leighoil jeant oc liorish pryssoonee 'sy traa ry heet, my vees Tinvaal pohlldal sheeyney magh slattys yn RU (Reeriaght Unnaneysit) gys Ellan Vannin.

Nee'n Rheynn Cooishyn Sthie cur eam er olteynyn dy choardail cur er bun Slattys Pryssoonee (Lhiettrymys er Chellgraphaght Radio) 2012, lesh lhiasaghyn.

Yinnagh ny leighyn cur kied da'n Rheynn Cooishyn Sthie dy chur lhiettrymys er droneyn veih etlagh harrish y teyraad.

Ta oltey yn Rheynn Clare Bettison gra, ga dy vel eabyn jeant dy chur stap er shooylee ve currit stiagh dy follit 'sy phryssoon, dy vel paart jeu cosney trooid.

AS CLARE BETTISON : Ta paart jeu feer eer veg: t'ad ry gheddyn dy jarroo dy aashag er yn eddyr-lhieen nish, raad ta sleih er chroo ad dy feer er oyr er-lheh dy volley y choarys t'ayn ayns pryssoonyn. As ta fys ain veih lughtyn-reill elley raad va cooishyn oc, raad va ymmyd jeant jeu dy hannaghtyn lesh ymmydey druggaghyn as dellal druggaghyn, aghtey neu-leighoil elley. As son shickyrys cha nel shin geearree ve abyl dy yannoo aashag shen, liorinyn gyn saaseyn cooie y chur er bun.  

 

DHA to ask Tynwald to extend UK law to IOM 

Mobile phones used illicitly by prisoners could have their signals blocked in future, if Tynwald supports the extension of UK legislation to the Isle of Man.

The Department of Home Affairs will call on members to approve the introduction of the Prisons (Interference with Wireless Telegraphy) Act 2012, with modifications.

The laws would also allow the Department of Home Affairs to block drones from flying over the facility.

Department member Clare Bettison says although efforts are made to prevent mobile phones being smuggled into the prison, some do slip through.
 

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