Update - Thursday, July 30 at 6.15pm:
Police continue to investigate a stabbing at Goulburn Correctional Centre.
A police media spokeswoman said a 31-year-old inmate was stabbed in the neck. She described his injuries as minor and non-life threatening. He was in a stable condition in Canberra Hospital, where he was flown after 3.30pm.
Corrective Services said the stabbing occurred in the main part of the facility.
Update - Thursday, July 30 at 4.45pm:
A 31-year-old inmate has been airlifted to Canberra Hospital with stab wounds after a fight in accommodation Unit 3 at Goulburn Correctional Centre around 1.50pm this afternoon.
This is according to a Corrective Services NSW spokeswoman.
A 21-year-old inmate has been placed in segregation pending investigations.
NSW Police has been notified.
Update - Thursday, July 30 at 3.30pm:
A NSW Police spokesperson confirmed emergency services were called to Goulburn Correctional Facility at 2pm after reports a man had been injured.
The man has since been taken to hospital on the TOLL Ambulance Rescue Helicopter, which landed inside the grounds.
Two ambulances left the facility at about 3.30pm.
Detectives from the Hume Police District are commencing an investigation into the circumstances surrounding the incident.
Earlier - Thursday, July 30 at 2.40pm:
Emergency services have been called to Goulburn Correctional Centre.
A NSW Police Media spokeswoman confirmed there has been "an incident".
The spokeswoman could not elaborate on its nature.
However it is believed to be a stabbing in a high-risk area of the gaol, according to several sources.
A NSW Ambulance Media spokesman said three NSW Ambulance crews are currently on scene and a TOLL Ambulance Rescue Helicopter is en-route.
The spokesman said they received the call before 2pm.