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Default Connecticut Correctional Facilities Contact Details and General Information

Bergin Correctional Institution
251 Middle Turnpike
Storrs, CT 06268
Phone: (860) 487-2712
Fax: (860) 487-2764

Warden: Eileen P. Higgins
Deputy Wardens: Christopher A. Dion, Kelly A. Smayda

Population as of July 1, 2004: 953
Security: Level 2

General Information:

The Donald T. Bergin Correctional Institution serves as a pre-release center for inmates who are approaching the end of their sentence or a period of supervised community placement. The Bergin Correctional Institution assists inmates returning to the community by supporting and promoting the preparatory skills necessary for a successful reintegration.

The Bergin Correctional Institution is a level 2 minimum-security facility for male offenders. One of the many programs offered here is pre-release substance abuse counseling, which provides skills related to successful recovery from drug and alcohol abuse. These addiction service initiatives are uniquely tailored to a population that is facing imminent release to the community. Other programs offered include a partnership with the Department of Motor Vehicles and the Department of Labor. The Department of Motor Vehicles provides an inmate workshop on the restoration of driver privileges upon release. The Department of Labor provides offenders with opportunities to participate in apprenticeship programs and other job search skills.
The Bergin Correctional Institution provides substantial work programs designed to aid surrounding communities with projects such as beautification of town buildings and open spaces. Work crews are assisting in the towns of Ashford, Mansfield, Stafford Springs, and East Hartford.


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Bridgeport Correctional Center
1106 North Avenue
Bridgeport, CT 06604
Phone: (203) 579-6131
Fax: (203) 579-6693
Warden: Walter M. Ford
Deputy Warden: Richard C. Flodquist
Major: Scott Semple, Luis Irizarry

Population as of July 1, 2004: 861
Security: Level 4

General Information:

The Bridgeport Correctional Center is a level 4 high-security facility which confines both pretrial and sentenced offenders. It serves the criminal systems of Bantam/Litchfield, Bridgeport, Danbury, Norwalk and Stamford. This facility also manages a sentenced level 2 minimum-security unit for an inmate work force population who qualify for outside clearance jobs and community support programs.

Bridgeport Correctional Center provides substantial programming to all inmates incarcerated at this facility. This programming is designed to assist them in the acclimation of incarcerated life and their eventual return to society as productive citizens. To this end, the facility offers inmate programming in Addiction Services, Recreational Services, Educational Services, Volunteer Services, and Religious Services. As it is a part of our mission to provide a safe environment for inmates, it is of paramount importance that the time spent incarcerated is as productive and non-violent as possible.

History:
The Bridgeport Correctional Center opened in 1958. In 1974 the "New Center" was built for approximately 310, level 4 inmates. In 1997, the oldest part of the facility, the "Old Center" originally serving as chambers for the judge and housing for those inmates awaiting judgment, was demolished after suffering irreparable fire damage in 1990.Housing units Madison, Fairmount and Memorial are open dorm units built in 1986 and 1992. Madison houses 58 level 2 inmates, Fairmount houses 208 level 4 inmates and Memorial houses 240 level 4 inmates.

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Brooklyn Correctional Institution
59 Hartford Road
Brooklyn , CT 06234
Phone: (860) 779-2600
Fax: (860) 779-4557

Warden: Daniel W. Martin
Major: Daniel Henry

Security: Level 3
Population as of July 1, 2004: 454

General Information:

The Brooklyn Correctional Institution endeavors to hold offenders accountable, while offering developmental opportunities through sound educational, vocational and cognitive programming that subsequently facilitates successful reintegration into the community.

The Brooklyn Correctional Institution is a level 3 medium-security facility. It offers extensive programming to assist offenders with the successful law abiding return to the community. The programming includes: Educational Services with GED, English as a Second Language, and Special Education; Vocational Programs such as Culinary Arts, Business Education, Computer Skills; Literacy Volunteers; Sex Offender Programming; Anger Management; Substance Abuse Programming; and a very active Work Release Program assisting the community while emphasizing restorative justice.

The Brooklyn Correctional Institution operates with a total of 132 staff members and maintains a high standard of professionalism, dignity, and respect that fosters safety and security balanced with compassion toward the inmate population.

The facility assists surrounding communities with various public service projects and coordinating charitable contributions to the Brooklyn Little League, Killingly High School and the Quinnebaug Capital Valley Senior Citizen Center. Offenders also speak to high school and at-risk youth concerning the importance of positive choices in decision making and the negative impact of incarceration.

History:

The Brooklyn Correctional Institution, formerly known as the Windham County Jail was built in 1820 and served as both town hall and jail. In 1842, a new jail was constructed adding barns, outbuildings and in 1863 a section for female prisoners. The mission during this time was employing prisoners as common laborers. By 1847, offenders outside jobs grew extensively to include such labor as digging, carting, woodcutting, and harvesting. In the late 1800's subsequent changes were incorporated into the initial mission, incarcerating inmates on charges such as drunkenness, theft and bootlegging. A prison library was established along with religious services, including monthly meetings run by the Women's Christian Temperance Union. Statistics from 1887 reflect a total of 225 inmates committed to the jail. In the 1940's to the 1970's offenders were committed for crimes such as grand theft, drug possession, and even murder. In 1990 the new dormitory style facility was built and the institution changed from a pretrial level 4 to a sentenced level 3 facility. In 1994 programming for the sex offender population began. The facility has three buildings that house inmates. The main building maintains level 3, medium-security inmates in a dormitory setting. The other three outside dorms house level 2, minimum-security offenders. The current population averages at 495 inmates.

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Default Corrigan-Radgowski Correctional Center

Corrigan-Radgowski Correctional Center
986 Norwich-New London Turnpike
Uncasville, CT 06382
Phone: (860) 848-5700
Fax: (860) 848-5821


Warden: Michael P. Lajoie
Deputy Warden: James Murdoch
Major: Lori Krajniak, Anthony Coletti

General Information:

The Corrigan Correctional Institution and the Radgowski Correctional Institution were consolidated in May 2001 as the Corrigan-Radgowski Correctional Center. This facility confines both pretrial and sentenced offenders. It serves superior courts in Danielson, New London, Norwich and Windham.

Programs offered to offenders in the Corrigan Correctional Institution included an extensive anger management curriculum for inmates with a history of violent tendencies. A close monitoring unit is maintained in order to segregate those offenders who have been classified as members of gangs. In this unit, cultural and gang awareness programs are offered to encourage offender insight into the negative aspects of gang participation. A full complement of educational and addiction services programming is also offered.

The offenders in the Radgowski Correctional Institution participated in community service activities, such as providing the Department of Transportation with assistance with clean-up activities in Occum and Great Plains, Connecticut. They also provided assistance at Troop E of the Connecticut State Police. The Speak Out Program, in which inmates discuss decision making and the impact of prison upon their lives, visited Southern Connecticut State University and several local middle and high schools.

Population as of July 1, 2004:1449
Security: Level 3/4

Available Programs at CRCC can be found here:
http://www.ct.gov/doc/lib/doc/pdf/co...nradgowski.pdf
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Enfield Correctional Institution
289 Shaker Road,
POB 1500
Enfield, CT 06082
phone: (860) 763-7300
Fax: (860) 763-7350

Warden: Peter J. Murphy
Major: Neal Kearney, Carol Chapdelaine

Security: Level 3
Population as of July 1, 2004: 724

General Information:

The Enfield Correctional Institution serves as a level 3 medium-security facility for sentenced offenders and focuses on programming initiatives geared toward substance abuse, education and vocational instruction.
In recognition of the importance of family reunification, the facility implemented a parenting program which emphasized such skills as child development, parenting styles, fathering initiatives, school readiness and positive discipline. In addition, a newly developed transitional program entitled "Going Home" was designed to provide inmates approaching the end of their sentence with a host of skills oriented toward successful reintegration into the community.

History

The Enfield Correctional Institution formerly known as the Osborn Prison Farm was completed in July of 1960. It was designed to handle level 2 low-security inmates and situated on 12 acres. Enfield Correctional Institution received its first inmates in 1962. These inmates worked the surrounding farmland until 1986.

During the fall of 1987, the population was increased from 420 to 724.
In June of 1991 the security was raised to house level 3 and level 4 inmates.
In October of 1993 the facility was made a level 3 medium-security facility as it remains today.

A full list of programs offered at ECI can be found here:
http://www.ct.gov/doc/lib/doc/pdf/co...iumenfield.pdf
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Garner Correctional Institution
50 Nunnawauk Road,
POB 5500 Newtown, CT 06470
Phone: (203) 270-2800
Fax: (203) 270-1826

Warden: Giovanny Gomez
Major: James T. Foley, Michelle Maynard

Security: Level 4
Population as of July 1, 2004: 618

General Information:

The Garner Correctional Institution incarcerates both pretrial and sentenced offenders. Through proven programmatic innovation and intervention, the Garner Correctional Institution provides positive alternatives for inmates assigned to close monitoring, mental health, and general population, for their successful reintegration into the community as productive members of society.

This level 4 high-security facility operates an intensive mental health program for inmates who are assessed with serious mental health concerns. This program consists of anger management, post-traumatic stress disorder, use of mental health medications, and understanding criminal thinking.

History:

The Garner Correctional Institution opened on November 17, 1992. This two-building facility is located on 118 acres. The main building encompasses 245,000 square feet and houses all inmates and support services and operations. A second building encompasses 15,100 square feet and is dedicated to maintenance operations.

Since 1992, the facility has been adapting to an ever-changing climate of the department by housing inmates in general population, close custody, and the Mental Health Unit as well as a cooperative effort to house Federal High Security inmates.

In 1993 a team of staff members at the Garner Correctional Institution developed and implemented the Close Custody Phase Program for the management of incarcerated gang members.

Programs Available at GCI can be found here:
http://www.ct.gov/doc/lib/doc/pdf/co...diumgarner.pdf
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MacDougall-Walker Correctional Institution
1153 East Street, South
Suffield , CT 06080
Phone: (860) 627-2100
Fax: (860) 627-2144

Warden: John Sieminski
Deputy Warden: Curtis Boyle
Major: John Lahda, Christina Polce

Security: Level 4/5
Population as of July 1, 2004: 1869

General Information:

MacDougall-Walker Correctional Institution, a level 4/5 multi-mission facility for adult males, came into being on May 15, 2001 as the result of the consolidation of the Walker Reception and Special Management Unit and the MacDougall Correctional Institution.

In January 2003 a (5-unit) 600 bed expansion was completed as part of the MacDougall building.

The MacDougall-Walker Correctional Institution provides a highly structured environment to manage chronic discipline, long-term sentenced offenders, pre-trial protective custody, high bond offenders, close monitoring and protective custody offenders with programs designed to address the needs of each population.

The consolidated facility sits on 140 acres.

This facility focuses on education both academic (ABE, Pre-GED, GED, Special Education, TSOL), and at the MacDougall Building (Vocational Maintenance, Business Education, Cabinet Making, Carpentry, Electro Mechanical, Graphics, Micro Computers, Electronic Repair, Optical, Dental, and Commercial Cleaning). Programming is also a vital component of our mission and includes Parenting Skills, Sex Offender Treatment, Family Issues, Beyond Fear, Chronic Discipline, Addiction Services, Peer Mentoring, Aftercare and Fellowship AA/NA meetings.\

The Industries program employs up to 70 inmates, some of whom graduated from various Vocational Education programs. A Regional Commissary employs up to 45 inmates. Others are employed in various capacities in the Food Service Operation, commercial cleaning and other janitorial functions essential to the hygiene, sanitation and cleanliness of the facility.\

The MacDougall-Walker Correctional Institution (MacDougall building) commissary-processing center serves as a regional hub for the northern district of the state, handling more than 24,000 orders per month.
The National Institute of Corrections recognizes MacDougall-Walker (MacDougall building) internal classification system as a national model.
On October 2, 2002, this facility received accreditation through the American Correctional Association (ACA).


History:

On November 9, 1992 the Walker Reception Center was opened as an Assessment Center accommodating 560 inmates.

In September 1993, the Walker Reception Center established a 48 level 2 permanent party unit of sentenced inmates established as the primary "out of unit" inmate workforce.

Between November 1993 and October 1995 the Walker Reception Center was re-titled Walker Reception and Special Management Unit (WRSMU) on assuming the mission of accommodating inmates undergoing the Administrative Segregation Program (AS).

In December 1993, the MacDougall Correctional Institution was opened as a level 4 sentenced facility accommodating 975 inmates.

In March 1995, the Walker RSMU Assessment and High Bond units opened.
During October 1995 the Walker RSMU instituted the Chronic Discipline program which continued through March of 1997.

In June 1996, the Walker RSMU High Profile (PC) unit opened.

In 2000, the Walker RSMU instituted In-Cell and Interactive Learning Program.

In May 2001, the MacDougall-Walker Correctional Institution was consolidated.
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Manson Youth Institution
42 Jarvis Street
Cheshire, CT 06410
Phone: (203) 806-2500
Fax: (203) 699-1845
Warden: Moises Gonzalez
Major: Michael Donahue, Lora A. Castronova, Melvin Wells

Security: Level 4
Population as of July 1, 2004: 592

General Information:

The Manson Youth Institution is a level 4 high-security facility. It serves as the Department's primary location for housing sentenced inmates under the age of 21. Recognizing the need to educate youth, staff provide a climate, which enhances inmate social skills, while reinforcing ethics, attitude and behavior valued by productive law-abiding citizens.

The Manson Youth Institution houses male offenders ranging in age from 14 to 21 in ten separate buildings, each with three wings containing 12 cells, a day room, counselor offices and mini kitchen. Being the states' only youth facility, it houses chronic disciplinary inmates, close custody program, mental health, high security and general population inmates who are involved in a wide variety of programs including educational, vocational and addiction services.

In response to an increase in young population, a youthful offender mentoring program was established. Emphasis is placed on development of positive peer relationships, understanding criminal culture, substance abuse, basic life skills, employment counseling and release planning.

History:

The Manson Youth Institution formerly known as the Cheshire Youth Institution opened on October 12, 1982 as a level 4 facility with a population of 360 male offenders, ages 16 to 21 situated on 76 acres.

On September 17, 1985 the facility was rededicated as the John R. Manson Youth Institution in honor of the late Commissioner John R. Manson.

In January of 1986 the facility saw a beginning of doubling of cells, completed on December 1, 1988.

In 1994 a 155,000 square foot H.E.T. (Health Education & Training) building opened, containing 22 classrooms, a library, vocational education programming, a full-sized gymnasium, a chapel, mental health and medical facilities, a full production kitchen, a laundry and a warehouse.


A list of all programs available at MYI can be found here:
http://www.ct.gov/doc/lib/doc/pdf/co...diummanson.pdf
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New Haven Correctional Center
245 Whalley Avenue
POB 8000
New Haven, CT 06530
Phone: (203) 974-4111
Fax: (203) 974-4167

Warden: Robert B. Correa
Major: Theresa Kearney, Joseph E. Dillon, Raquel Torres

Security: Level 4
Population as of July 1, 2004: 768

General Information:

The New Haven Correctional Center houses primarily pretrial offenders and serves the superior courts in Ansonia, Derby, Meriden, Milford, New Haven and Waterbury. It is a level 4 high-security facility.

The Mental Health Department offers a variety of programs for offenders who are experiencing stress and depression, including emotional literacy, community groups and psycho-education.

The Education Department has instituted a program designed to identify non-English speaking offenders upon admission for referral to educators who specialize in teaching English to speakers of other languages.

History:

The New Haven Correctional Center was opened on April 27, 1976 situated on 4.9 acres which is comprised of a main building, two dormitory units and an outside detail unit.

In 1991, the dormitory was built consisting of two inmate housing units on one floor.

In 1993, a 234 space-parking garage was opened adjacent to the facility.

In 1997, the outside detail unit was opened containing 12 beds.

A list of all available programs at NHCC can be foudn here:
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Osborn Correctional Institution
100 Bilton Road,
POB 100
Somers, CT 06071
Phone: (860) 566-7500
Fax: (860) 763-0826

Warden: David N. Strange
Major: Paul Gradnan, Robin Sutherland,Thomas Coates

Security: Level 3
Population as of July 1, 2004: 1868

General Information:

The Osborn Correctional Institution recognizes its stewardship responsibilities to the citizens of Connecticut, as well as to the residents of Somers and Enfield. The facility is a medium security institution that houses the largest inmate population of all the correctional facilities in the state.

The facility operates under the Unit Management System in which Unit Managers direct all the functions of their assigned units. There are 17 inmate-housing units each with its own specific institutional function. The Unit Management System enhances safety and security by limiting inmate mass movement and providing for controlled movement during the daily institutional routines.

The facility supports an inpatient medical hospital, a mental health unit, a comprehensive education program, an inpatient Addiction Services unit and one of the largest Correctional Industries Program in the state. The Enterprise Program currently employees 238 inmates who manufacture inmate clothing, mattresses and run a full-service print shop. The facility is also home to a private industry program that manufactures bed quilts for a hotel chain.

History:

The Osborn Correctional Institution, formerly known as the Connecticut Correctional Institution-Somers, was opened in November of 1963 as a replacement for the Old Wethersfield State Prison. It served as the state's maximum-security prison and as the Reception/Diagnostic Center for incoming male inmates statewide. The physical plant is located on 550 acres adjacent to the Northern Correctional Institution.

In the summer of 1994, the facility was reorganized into a level 3, medium security institution and renamed the Osborn Correctional Institution.
In 1995, Death Row inmates were transferred to the newly opened Northern Correctional Institution. The Execution Chamber remains at Osborn Correctional Institution.

In year 2001, Warden Mark Strange introduced the Unit Management System to manage the inmate population.

A list of all available programs at OCI can be found here:
http://www.ct.gov/doc/lib/doc/pdf/co...diumosborn.pdf
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Carl Robinson Correctional Institution
285 Shaker Road,
POB 1400
Enfield , CT 06082
Phone: (860) 763-6200
Fax: (860) 763-6317

Warden: Christine Whidden
Major: Christopher McDonald, Jose A. Feliciano

Security: Level 3
Population as of July 1, 2004: 1222

General Information:

The Carl Robinson Correctional Institution is a level 3 medium-security facility. It houses sentenced offenders and provides a great emphasis on programming and education.

The Robinson Correctional Institution offers a wide assortment of programming for inmates including intensive in-patient substance abuse treatment and a full menu of educational and vocational programming including culinary arts, machine tooling, small engine repair and community college courses.

The facility participates in the Town of Enfield Adopt A Spot program, provides community service to several towns and assists several municipal and non-profit agencies in printing flyers and related material.

History:

The Robinson Correctional Institution was opened on November 8, 1985 named after Carl Robinson, the former Warden at the Somers Correctional Institution. It is situated on 1,700 acres, which is the site of an historic Shaker Farm Community.

In January of 1990, with the implementation of a new Inmate Objective Classification System, the institution's security level was changed to medium-security.

In 1996, Building 7 was turned over to the Judicial Department for use as a juvenile facility.

In 1997, jurisdiction of Building 7 is returned to the facility and re-opened as a housing unit for 71 outside clearance inmates.

A list of all programs available at CRCI can be found here:
http://www.ct.gov/doc/lib/doc/pdf/co...umrobinson.pdf
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Photos of inside of CRCI:

1. Chapel
2. Graphic Arts area
3. Inmate Dining Area
4. Inmate Living Area
5. Kitchen
6. Library
7. Machine Shop
8. Substance Counseling Area
9. Visiting Room
10. Woodworking Shop
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Default Willard-Cybulski Correctional Institution

Willard-Cybulski Correctional Institution
391 Shaker Road
Enfield , CT 06082
Phone: (860) 763-6100
Fax: (860) 763-6111

Warden: Bruce J. Cuscovitch
Major: Miguel Torres, Nelson Garcia

Security: Level 2
Population as of July 1, 2004: 1108

General Information:

The Willard-Cybulski Correctional Institution protects the public and protects staff by providing a safe, secure and humane environment where offenders participate in a mandatory structured process that instills a high standard of accountability and an expectation of responsibility on the part of the offender. Privileges and awards are earned and any offender who fails to meet the set standards will engage in a process of corrective action.
As part of its agency directed mandate to provide community service support, the facility places over 160 inmates daily, in supervised community based public service projects and work details.

The Willard-Cybulski Correctional Institution continues its mission to prepare offenders for release back into the community with a wide number of programs and opportunities. Within the counseling and programming department of this facility, inmates have an opportunity to address, head on, the causes and issues that brought them into incarceration.
Inmates took part in a great number of varied community service projects including maintenance, assisting with community events, renovations and painting at local non-profit agencies.

History:

The Willard-Cybulski Correctional Institution were formerly two separate facilities, the Willard Correctional Institution and the Cybulski Correctional Institution. The Willard Correctional Institution was opened on October 18, 1990 as a level 2 facility for sentenced male offenders. The Cybulski Correctional Institution was opened on November 3, 1993 as a program intensive, male level 2 facility.

In 1997, the two facilities were consolidated as a means to enhance facility management and fiscal responsibility. The consolidation was the first consolidation of a male facility in the state and only the second in the entire agency history.

A list of all available programs at WCCI can be found here:
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Default York Correctional Institution

York Correctional Institution
201 West Main Street
Niantic, CT 06357
Phone: (860) 691-6700
Fax: (860) 691-6800

Warden: Lori Ricks
Major: Karen Oien, Jeffrey Adgers

Security: Level 2-5
Population as of July 1, 2004: 1389

General Information:

The York Correctional Institution is a high-security facility. It serves as the state's only institution for female offenders. It serves all superior courts in Connecticut and manages all pretrial and sentenced female offenders, whatever their security level.

The programming units at the facility have an extensive array of positive interventions for the population, most notably the 80-bed inpatient drug treatment unit, the Marilyn Baker House.

The department's Correctional Enterprise of Connecticut manages a program based at this facility in which 50 inmates are employed in data entry projects for other state agencies.

Girl Scouts Behind Bars, for the daughters of incarcerated women, reflects recent research that enhanced visitation may reduce the possibility of the mother returning to prison and/or the daughter becoming an offender.
Female offenders have spoken to many school and local organizations, as well as at risk youth. Community service crews have assisted at the Hole in the Wall Gang Camp, Camp Hazen, the New London Housing Authority, and OpSail 2000.

History:

The Niantic Correctional Institution was founded in 1918 as the State Farm and Reformatory for Women. In 1930 a facility addition added to the population capabilities and was renamed the Niantic Correctional Institution as the only adult correctional institution for women in Connecticut.
In 1988 dormitory style housing was built and added an additional 224 beds.
The York Correctional Institution was opened in October of 1994 and was named after Janet York who served as Warden at the Niantic Correctional Institution.

In 1996 the York Correctional Institution and the Niantic Correctional Institution were consolidated into one facility keeping the York Correctional Institution as its name. This facility is situated on 425 acres.

In 1997 an additional celled housing unit was built to add another 196 beds.

A list of all programs available at YCI can be found here:
http://www.ct.gov/doc/lib/doc/pdf/co...endiumyork.pdf
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I found these pictures on the net of York Correctional Institution.

1. Admitting and processing area
2. Cell
3. Chapel
4. Computer class
5. Computer input class
6. Cosmetology class
7. Dental Area
8. Domestic Classroom
9. Indoor Rec Area
10. Inmate Dining Area
11. Library
12. Mental Health Cell
13. Outdoor Rec Area
14. Visiting Area
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File Type: jpg cell.jpg (11.9 KB, 324 views)
File Type: jpg chapel.jpg (17.4 KB, 195 views)
File Type: jpg computer_classroom.jpg (17.2 KB, 147 views)
File Type: jpg computer_input_class.jpg (13.7 KB, 151 views)
File Type: jpg cosmetology_class.jpg (20.3 KB, 194 views)
File Type: jpg dental_area.jpg (17.0 KB, 152 views)
File Type: jpg domestic_classroom.jpg (16.5 KB, 161 views)
File Type: jpg indoor_rec_area.jpg (13.2 KB, 195 views)
File Type: jpg inmate_dining_area.jpg (17.2 KB, 1132 views)
File Type: jpg Library.jpg (18.5 KB, 183 views)
File Type: jpg mental_health_cell.jpg (10.2 KB, 247 views)
File Type: jpg outdoor_rec_area2.jpg (13.9 KB, 209 views)
File Type: jpg visiting_area.jpg (15.2 KB, 257 views)
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Pictures inside of Willard-Cybulski CI

Willard Building First:

1. Admitting and Processing
2. Classroom
3. Corridor
4. Housing Unit
5. Indoor Rec Area
6. Inmate Living
7. Medical Area
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File Type: jpg classroom_w.jpg (24.8 KB, 219 views)
File Type: jpg corridor_w.jpg (15.3 KB, 233 views)
File Type: jpg housing_unit_w.jpg (18.2 KB, 333 views)
File Type: jpg indoor_rec_area_w.jpg (17.2 KB, 212 views)
File Type: jpg inmate_living_area_w.jpg (16.6 KB, 371 views)
File Type: jpg medical_area_w.jpg (18.0 KB, 235 views)
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Cybulski Building


1. Class room
2. Computer Class
3. Indoor Rec Area
4. Dining Area
5. Inmate Housing
6. Lobby
7. Visiting Area
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File Type: jpg computer_class_area_c.jpg (24.3 KB, 102 views)
File Type: jpg indoor_rec_area_c.jpg (17.9 KB, 119 views)
File Type: jpg inmate_dining_area_c.jpg (23.4 KB, 149 views)
File Type: jpg inmate_housing_area_c.jpg (21.1 KB, 206 views)
File Type: jpg lobby_c.jpg (19.0 KB, 156 views)
File Type: jpg visiting_area_c.jpg (18.7 KB, 173 views)
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Photos inside of Osborn Correctional Institution.

1. Cell
2. Cellblock
3. Chapel
4. Clothing Industry Area
5. Computer Class
6. Corridor
7. Courtroom
8. Indoor Rec Area
9. Inmate Dining Area
10. Inmate Living Area
11. Library
12. Visiting Area
13. Woodworking Class
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File Type: jpg cell.jpg (13.2 KB, 318 views)
File Type: jpg cell_block.jpg (21.1 KB, 321 views)
File Type: jpg chapel.jpg (16.5 KB, 175 views)
File Type: jpg clothing_industry_area.jpg (20.4 KB, 159 views)
File Type: jpg computer_class_area.jpg (18.1 KB, 161 views)
File Type: jpg corridor.jpg (13.7 KB, 189 views)
File Type: jpg courtroom.jpg (13.3 KB, 133 views)
File Type: jpg indoor_rec_area2.jpg (14.8 KB, 169 views)
File Type: jpg inmate_dining_area.jpg (17.9 KB, 201 views)
File Type: jpg inmate_living_area.jpg (15.2 KB, 253 views)
File Type: jpg library.jpg (18.9 KB, 164 views)
File Type: jpg visiting_area.jpg (15.8 KB, 230 views)
File Type: jpg wooodworking_class_area.jpg (18.8 KB, 132 views)
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Pictures inside of New Haven Correctional Center:

1. Infirmary
2. Inmate Living Area
3. Inmate Living Area 2
4. Inmate Processing
5. Visiting Area
6. Kitchen
7. Outdoor Rec Area
8. Visiting Area 2
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File Type: jpg infirmary.jpg (20.1 KB, 135 views)
File Type: jpg inmate_living_area.jpg (16.2 KB, 199 views)
File Type: jpg inmate_living_area2.jpg (13.7 KB, 177 views)
File Type: jpg inmate_processing_area.jpg (23.1 KB, 178 views)
File Type: jpg inmate_visiting_area.jpg (16.1 KB, 148 views)
File Type: jpg kitchen.jpg (21.1 KB, 162 views)
File Type: jpg outdoor_rec_area.jpg (17.9 KB, 145 views)
File Type: jpg prisoner_visiting_area.jpg (18.6 KB, 163 views)
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Photos inside of Manson Youth Institution:

1. Auto Repair Shop
2. Carpentry Shop
3. Cell Block
4. Computer Class
5. Corridor
6. Graphic Arts Area
7. Indoor Rec Area
8. Kitchen
9. Library
10. Visiting Area
11. Vocational Education Area
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File Type: jpg carpentry_shop.jpg (16.9 KB, 342 views)
File Type: jpg cell_block.jpg (12.4 KB, 452 views)
File Type: jpg computer_class.jpg (16.8 KB, 295 views)
File Type: jpg corridor.jpg (12.7 KB, 432 views)
File Type: jpg graphic_arts.jpg (18.7 KB, 258 views)
File Type: jpg indoor_rec_area.jpg (13.6 KB, 401 views)
File Type: jpg kitchen.jpg (16.2 KB, 352 views)
File Type: jpg library.jpg (16.1 KB, 307 views)
File Type: jpg visiting_area.jpg (17.6 KB, 480 views)
File Type: jpg voc_ed.jpg (14.4 KB, 345 views)
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Photos inside of MacDougall Walker CI:

1. Chapel
2. Cabinetry Shop
3. Carpentry Education Area
4. Cell
5. Cellblock
6. Commisary
7. Corridor
8. Dental Education Area
9. Furniture Upholstry Area
10. Graphic Arts Area
11. Hospital Room
12. Indoor Rec Area
13. Inmate dining area
14. Optical Education Area
15. Woodcrafting Shop
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File Type: jpg cabinetry_shop.jpg (19.0 KB, 239 views)
File Type: jpg carpentry_ed_area.jpg (17.0 KB, 182 views)
File Type: jpg cell.jpg (13.3 KB, 487 views)
File Type: jpg cell_block.jpg (17.3 KB, 459 views)
File Type: jpg commisary.jpg (15.4 KB, 272 views)
File Type: jpg corridor.jpg (11.2 KB, 278 views)
File Type: jpg dental_ed_area.jpg (16.5 KB, 199 views)
File Type: jpg furniture_upholstery.jpg (19.2 KB, 188 views)
File Type: jpg graphic_arts_area.jpg (16.8 KB, 189 views)
File Type: jpg hospital_room.jpg (11.4 KB, 286 views)
File Type: jpg indoor_rec_area2.jpg (13.4 KB, 260 views)
File Type: jpg inmate_dining_area.jpg (15.3 KB, 304 views)
File Type: jpg optical_ed_area.jpg (16.9 KB, 199 views)
File Type: jpg woodcrafting_shop.jpg (17.5 KB, 202 views)
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Photos from inside of Garner CI:

1. Cell
2. Cell Block
3. Chapel
4. Classroom
5. Computer Labs
6. Indoor Rec Area
7. Infirmary
8. Kitchen
9. Library
10. Outdoor Rec Area
11. Visiting Area
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File Type: jpg cell.jpg (10.2 KB, 323 views)
File Type: jpg cell_block.jpg (16.2 KB, 308 views)
File Type: jpg chapel.jpg (13.2 KB, 199 views)
File Type: jpg classroom.jpg (13.0 KB, 164 views)
File Type: jpg computer_lab.jpg (16.8 KB, 176 views)
File Type: jpg indoor_rec_area.jpg (15.6 KB, 187 views)
File Type: jpg infirmary.jpg (15.6 KB, 173 views)
File Type: jpg kitchen.jpg (15.5 KB, 186 views)
File Type: jpg library.jpg (16.5 KB, 169 views)
File Type: jpg outdoor_rec_area.jpg (14.4 KB, 226 views)
File Type: jpg visiting_area.jpg (14.3 KB, 231 views)
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Pictures inside of Enfield Correctional Institution:

1. Chapel
2. Classroom
3. Computer Classroom
4. Dayroom
5. Dining Area
6. Indoor Rec Area
7. Admitting and Processing
8. Cabinetry Shop
9. Cell
10. Inmate Housing Area
11. Kitchen
12. Library
13. New Inmate Housing Area
14. Phones
15. Small Engine Repair Shop
16. Visiting Area
Attached Images
File Type: jpg admitting_processing.jpg (17.0 KB, 168 views)
File Type: jpg cabinetry_shop.jpg (20.2 KB, 119 views)
File Type: jpg cell.jpg (16.1 KB, 179 views)
File Type: jpg chapel.jpg (18.0 KB, 132 views)
File Type: jpg classroom.jpg (20.8 KB, 120 views)
File Type: jpg computer_classroom.jpg (17.4 KB, 107 views)
File Type: jpg dayroom.jpg (15.6 KB, 117 views)
File Type: jpg dining_area.jpg (19.6 KB, 123 views)
File Type: jpg indoor_rec_area.jpg (15.4 KB, 114 views)
File Type: jpg inmate_housing_area.jpg (15.8 KB, 152 views)
File Type: jpg kitchen.jpg (19.3 KB, 122 views)
File Type: jpg library.jpg (23.4 KB, 108 views)
File Type: jpg new_inmate_housing_area.jpg (17.3 KB, 172 views)
File Type: jpg phones.jpg (14.0 KB, 158 views)
File Type: jpg small_engine_repair_shop.jpg (21.8 KB, 120 views)
File Type: jpg visiting_area.jpg (19.6 KB, 173 views)
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Photos inside of Corrigan-Radgoski CC:

1. Admitting and Processing
2. Cell
3. Cellblock
4. Chapel
5. Common Area
6. Computer Classroom
7. Corridor
8. Dental Area
9. Indoor Rec Area
10. Inmate Area
11. Kitchen
12. Laundry Area
13. Law Library
14. Library
15. Lobby
16. Medical X-Ray Area
17. Outdoor Rec Area
18. Visiting Area
19. Visiting Area 2
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File Type: jpg admitting_processing.jpg (15.3 KB, 380 views)
File Type: jpg cell.jpg (12.1 KB, 468 views)
File Type: jpg cell_block.jpg (17.1 KB, 446 views)
File Type: jpg chapel.jpg (11.2 KB, 225 views)
File Type: jpg common_area.jpg (14.4 KB, 225 views)
File Type: jpg computer_classroom.jpg (15.8 KB, 203 views)
File Type: jpg corridor.jpg (13.6 KB, 199 views)
File Type: jpg dental_area.jpg (14.5 KB, 176 views)
File Type: jpg indoor_rec_area.jpg (12.6 KB, 228 views)
File Type: jpg inmate_area.jpg (14.2 KB, 293 views)
File Type: jpg kitchen.jpg (17.3 KB, 209 views)
File Type: jpg laundry_area.jpg (16.8 KB, 193 views)
File Type: jpg law_library.jpg (17.7 KB, 172 views)
File Type: jpg library.jpg (17.6 KB, 177 views)
File Type: jpg lobby.jpg (17.5 KB, 257 views)
File Type: jpg medical_xray_area.jpg (16.5 KB, 167 views)
File Type: jpg outdoor_area2.jpg (14.1 KB, 274 views)
File Type: jpg visiting_area.jpg (15.0 KB, 348 views)
File Type: jpg visiting_area2.jpg (14.9 KB, 317 views)
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Photos of the inside of Brooklyn CI:

1. Admitting and Processing
2. Computer Classroom
3. Corridor
4. Counselors Area
5. Holding Area
6. Indoor Rec Area
7. Inmate Dining Area
8. Inmate Housing Area
9. Inmate Living Area
10. Kitchen
11. Library
12. Medical Area
13. Visiting Area
14. Work Shop
Attached Images
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File Type: jpg computer_class_area.jpg (17.1 KB, 138 views)
File Type: jpg corridor.jpg (13.2 KB, 146 views)
File Type: jpg counselors_area.jpg (17.0 KB, 118 views)
File Type: jpg holding_area.jpg (11.6 KB, 167 views)
File Type: jpg indoor_rec_area.jpg (12.8 KB, 130 views)
File Type: jpg inmate_dining_area.jpg (16.4 KB, 151 views)
File Type: jpg inmate_housing_area.jpg (15.3 KB, 177 views)
File Type: jpg inmate_living_area.jpg (15.5 KB, 192 views)
File Type: jpg kitchen.jpg (17.8 KB, 136 views)
File Type: jpg library.jpg (18.8 KB, 125 views)
File Type: jpg medical_area.jpg (15.7 KB, 110 views)
File Type: jpg visiting_area.jpg (17.2 KB, 164 views)
File Type: jpg work_shop.jpg (17.6 KB, 122 views)
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