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Staff at HMP Ranby are working with Nottinghamshire Police to identify the ringleaders who led an eight-hour disturbance at the prison.
The disturbance began at around midday and was not resolved until 8.10pm.
A number of inmates were driven away from the prison near Retford in several vehicles and were heard shouting and banging inside.
A disturbance involving prisoners at HMP Ranby has ended according to the Ministry of Justice.
The department said in a statement: "The disturbance at HMP Ranby has ended safely. No staff or prisoners injured. Visits tomorrow will take place as normal."
Shouting and banging could be heard as a security vans left HMP Ranby where a disturbance involving prisoners is ongoing.
A number of vehicles from the GEOAmey prisoner escort and custody company were seen entering the facility.
When they left a short time later banging could be heard on the sides of the vehicles and shouting from inside was heard.
Firefighters joined their colleagues from the police at HMP Ranby where a disturbance involving prisoners is ongoing.
Shortly after 7.30pm around 15 firefighters arrived outside the prison and began putting on their full kit before walking in through the main gate.
Officers carrying shields and other equipment were also seen going into the prison earlier.