Egely (Noerre Aaby, Denmark)
Egely is one of three super-lockdowns in Denmark. It is placed near the town on Noerre Aaby on the Island of Fyn <Ref>The facility on Wikimapia</Ref>.
The new super-lockdown was build after 2002 when it was autorized by the now defunct Fyns Amt <ref name="fs2004">Politi:Alt svigtede på Egely, by Jesper Gimbel, Fyens Stiftstidende, December 29, 2004 </ref>
Upon placement treatment in 4 levels are conducted. Certain timelimits in the law guarantees that the youth has to be tranferred to less stricter facilities once the treatment goals have been met <ref>Behandlingskoncept (Treatment strategy) </Ref>.
In the news[redigér]
An escape by three inmates took place in 2004 shortly after the facility was finished. The police was surprised of the nature of the escape <ref name=fs2004/>
A staff member was convicted of assult in November 2006 <Ref>Egely ansat dømt for vold (Staff member convicted of assult) </Ref>. In 2009 it was revealed that several of the staff members have criminal records, which would have prevented them from working at such a facility if the detainees had been adults <ref>Voldsdømte passer ungdomskriminelle, BT, May 13 2009 </Ref>.
December 2006 a 17 year old girl managed to commit suicide even though that the facility is a supermax facility with 24/7 monitoring. An overhaul of the security was conducted <Ref>Sikkerhed tjekkes efter selvmord (Security are being checked after suicide) </Ref>.
April 2010 two boys escaped. They were found in Copenhagen <ref>Efterlyste unge anholdt i København, by Vibeke Tolf-Nielsen, Fyens StiftsTidende, April 19, 2010 </ref>
- Info: Homepage of the facility