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Default Work Training Facility North (WTFN)


Camp Beauregard
1453 15th Street
Pineville, LA 71360

(318) 640-0351

Warden: Ronnie Futrell

Opened: 1970

WTFN houses Minimum custody inmates.

Literacy, Adult Basic Education and GED preparation.

Program notes:

WTFN is a minimum custody facility adjacent to the Louisiana National
Guard base at Camp Beauregard in Pineville. About 200 inmates work to
maintain the physical plant and support other operations of the Guard. More
than 150 additional inmates perform work for more than a dozen other federal,
state, parish, and local public agencies.

WTFN officers help maintain the secure ward in the Huey P. Long Regional
Medical Center in Pineville, where inmates are sent for scheduled
appointments with medical specialists.

Two 85-bed honor dorms are available as an incentive for inmates to improve
and maintain exemplary conduct and work records in exchange for additional
privileges such as access to outdoor cooking and picnic facilities with
approved visitors and first access to all activities, including meals.

Upon request, carefully selected inmates in the company of staff speak to
youth groups in school and church groups and at the annual Boy Scouts of
America Drug Seminar. Comments are directed toward impressing upon youth
the possible consequences of alcohol and drug use and abuse.

An Inmate Welfare Council, composed of selected inmates representing
various inmate interests, meets monthly with staff to discuss inmate issues
and recommend ways in which Inmate Welfare monies should be spent.

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