Cockaigne Correction Centre (CCC or 3C) is an institution for the confinement of persons who have been remanded in custody by a judicial authority or who have been deprived of their liberty following conviction for a crime.
The centre is split into four wings, two wings are for juvenile offenders up to the age of eighteen, one for males and one for females; and two wings are for adult offenders, one for males and one for females.
The centre is primarily for resident offenders, but it is also used by the UK authorities to house prisoners when their own prisons are ay full capacity.
When an offender is sentenced to a term in Cockaigne Correction, they are not allowed to wear their own clothes and will be searched for any items not permitted in the prison.
The inmate is strip-searched and undergoes an intimate body cavity search, the prisoners own clothes and other personnel effects are stored and will be returned to the prisoner on their release.
The prisoner will then shower, and after drying themselves will be given a pair of grey sweatpants and a grey sweatshirt. They are not allowed any underwear, socks or footwear.
All prisoner will begin their sentence by being given a grey uniform. This entitles then to standard privileges.
Should an inmate be found to cause trouble, smuggle in contraband or be violent to other prisoners or prison officers, they will be issued with red sweatpants and red sweatshirt. This indicates the inmate has had his privileges reduced and will be subject to additional security checks and strip searches.
An inmate that has proved themselves with consistent good behaviour will be issued with blue sweatpants and a blue sweatshirt. This entitles the inmate to enhanced privileges and will be subject to fewer security checks.
The inmate will work in the prison workshop making clothes and/or furniture for the benefit of the less well off in society. They will be subject to 4 random strip and cell searches per month and 1 intimate cavity search. They will be entitled to 1 prison visit per week.
The inmate will work as either a manual labourer or a cleaner including the prison laundry). They will be subject to 10 random strip and cell searches per month and 4 intimate cavity searches. They will only be entitled to 1 prison visit per month.
The inmate will work as in either the kitchen, garden or library. They will be subject to 1 random strip and cell searches per month and 1 intimate cavity search. They will be entitled to 1 prison visit per week.