Constituency Question- Dhurringile Prison

My constituency question is to the Minister for Corrections.  It follows events at the Dhurringile Prison in late August, when authorities were apparently unaware that a prisoner had escaped until a member of the local community phoned them. A local community, I might add, that is increasingly frustrated at what they see as a contrast between inadequate security inside the prison and the
over-vigilance of guards outside the facility in monitoring the movements of private citizens on nearby roads. In that context, I ask the Minister if (and when) the Government will seek to implement less intrusive and aggressive means of monitoring movements of private citizens around the gaol – including potentially through issuing the guards with the number plate details of local residents so that they are not continually hassled, and treated with suspicion, when driving in and out of the area?