Sky News is to present live from HMP Nottingham, part of Sky News ?Crime Uncovered? week (4th – 8th June).
On Thursday 7 June, Kay Burley will present from the category B prison, HMP Nottingham with unprecedented live access to the prisoners and the people who run it.
The live broadcast is part of a week of special coverage from Sky News, which will provide a snapshot of crime in the UK
Each day will focus on a specific area:
Monday 4 June ? Causes of crime
Tuesday 5 June ? The Police
Wednesday 6 June ? The Courts
Thursday 7 June ? Prisons
Martin Brunt will take viewers behind-the-scenes at a local police station.
Mark White will report live from a police patrol car with images simulcast from the Skycopter.
Martin Stanford will report from Gravesend in Kent, Sky News? case-study town for the week.
Lisa Burke looks at the cost of crime in a series of reports throughout the week.
Jason Farrell investigates the cutting-edge technology and forensic science used to catch criminals.
Crime Uncovered week on Sky News will start on Monday 4 June from 06.00 with a half-hour round-up programme every night at 19.30.
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