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A prisoner from Port Phillip died on July 6. Photo: Paul JeffersA young prisoner died in hospital this week after allegedly smuggling drugs into the Port Phillip Prison and then ingesting the substance.
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A Corrections Victoria spokesman confirmed on Saturday that a 21-year-old Port Phillip Prison inmate died on July 6.

He said that as the Coroner was investigating, Corrections Victoria was not in a position to confirm the cause of death.

But a prison source told Fairfax Media the prisoner, who was housed in the high-security unit at Port Phillip, had appeared “under the influence”, and before being taken to medical he was strip-searched by guards.

The source said drugs fell out of his bottom as he was being searched, and the prisoner then allegedly ingested the drugs.

The prisoner stopped breathing and was transferred to ICU at St Vincent’s Hospital. The prison source did not know what type of drug was allegedly ingested.

Port Phillip is operated by security company G4S.

A spokesman for the union representing prison guards criticised the number of staff rostered at the maximum-security prison on weekends.

“The private company’s refusal to roster enough staff, especially intel officers, on weekends, leaves this site particularly vulnerable to contraband and this weakness is known across the system,” the spokesman for the Community and Public Sector Union said.

“Unfortunately, Corrections seem happy to have its operation at arm’s length, but the private operator is failing Victorians.”

A G4S spokeswoman said the death was subject to a coronial inquest and Victoria Police were investigating on behalf of the Victorian Coroner, who would formally determine the cause of death.

“We are therefore unable to make any further comment,” she said.

In response to the union’s criticism of staffing at Port Phillip, she said “G4S has a minimum staffing level agreement with the CPSU”.

In June 2015 a 21-year-old inmate died at the prison, from a suspected methamphetamine overdose.

Port Phillip, located in Truganina, is Victoria’s largest prison and houses more than 1000 inmates.

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