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a correctional institution where persons are confined while on trial or for punishment

a prisonlike situation

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Ellsworth Correctional Facility-Ellsworth East Unit * Ellsworth, Kansas Hutchinson Correctional Facility * Hutchinson, Kansas
A unique feature of the NCCF is that it was designed in part by a team of administrators and correctional officers and not exclusively by architects and contractors who possess limited knowledge regarding the ongoing operations of a correctional facility.
Christine Clark, Crowley County Correctional Facility, Olney Springs, Colo.
Christina Perez, San Diego Correctional Facility, San Diego, Tymisha Spivey-Carr, T.
Forty inmates were involved and four were injured in the fighting in a dormitory of the North County Correctional Facility.
Robert Arambel, correctional officer, Bent County Correctional Facility, Las Animas, Colo.
Sing Sing Correctional Facility, and Green Haven Correctional Facility, New York)
Officials at the Ventura Youth Correctional Facility in Camarillo hope their fledgling track and field program will help young women like Campbell build the skills they will need to succeed once they are released.
McLaughlin added that the three contracts reaffirm CompuMed's dominance as the leading provider of remote ECG screening for the correctional facility market.
Teresa Archuleta, correctional counselor, Bent County Correctional Facility, Las Animas, Colo.
CAMARILLO - The Ventura Youth Correctional Facility, a California Youth Authority lockup in Camarillo rocked by sex scandals in the past, has returned to female-only status.
However, when it is identified that 25 percent of TB cases in the community were housed in a correctional facility undiagnosed, the numbers become very real and the awareness of the need for improved screening heightened.
Deputies from the Twin Towers Correctional Facility in downtown Los Angeles and other county jails were summoned to Pitchess to lessen the shortage, while the department authorized overtime pay for deputies who worked past their scheduled shifts.
By providing emotional and spiritual stability to the offenders before and after their release, CCA hopes to improve inmates' overall quality of life both inside and outside the correctional facility.
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