Mobile phones were seized more than 100 times at a Birmingham prison last year, the highest number since records began.
There were 130 incidents in Birmingham prison where mobile phones were discovered in 2016.
This was up from 123 in 2015, and was the highest number in a single year since records began being kept in April 2013.
There were two occasions where visitors brought mobile phones in to Birmingham prison in 2016.
There were 10,611 incidents in prisons in England and Wales where drugs were discovered in 2016.
This was up from 8,757 in 2015, and 4,143 incidents in 2012.
Mobile phones were found on 8,880 occasions in 2016, the highest number in a single year since records began being kept in April 2013.
This was up from 7,003 finds in 2015.
As well as rising numbers of drugs and mobile phones being found, there were also increasing numbers of incidents where staff or visitors were recorded as the method of entry.
In 2016, drugs entered prison with staff on 32 occasions, up from seven in 2015 and just one incident in 2012.
Visitors were recorded as the method of entry for drugs on 750 occasions in 2016, the highest number since at least 2012, and up from 724 incidents in 2015 and 270 in 2012.
Staff were the method of entry for mobile phones on 121 occasions, up from 116 incidents in 2015 and 69 in 2014, while visitors brought mobile phones into prison on 228 occasions in 2016, up from 185 in 2015 and 119 in 2014.
Data on staff as the method of entry for drugs and mobile phones includes incidents where staff found the items and brought them into the prison for reporting.
It also includes incidents where staff accidentally brought their own mobile phone into the prison.
The increasing numbers of finds may reflect increasing prevalence of drugs and mobile phones in prisons, although some of the increase in recent years may be due to a new enhanced incident reporting standard that was introduced in July 2015 that allowed better recording of items found.