Northern Ireland prison visits cancelled ahead of murdered prison officer Adrian Ismay's funeral
All visits to Northern Ireland's prisons have been cancelled on Tuesday ahead of the funeral of murdered prison officer Adrian Ismay.
All domestic, as well as professional and legal visits, to Maghaberry Prison, Hydebank Wood College and Magilligan Prison have been cancelled.
The 52-year-old married father of three required surgery after an explosive device partially detonated under the van he was driving on Hillsborough Drive off the Woodstock Road just after 7am on Friday March 4 - causing a loud explosion.
He had only driven a short distance from his home when the device detonated as he went over a speed ramp.
The long-serving officer was based at Hydebank Wood Young Offenders Centre in south Belfast and worked as a trainer for new recruits to the NI Prison Service.
The man was taken to hospital and had undergone surgery and was understood to be recovering well.
Mr Ismay died on Tuesday of a heart attack triggered by a blood clot, 11 days after he was injured in the dissident republican attack.
The attack was claimed by renegade group the New IRA.