Clinton Correctional Facility is a New York State Department of Correctional Services state prison for men located in the Village of Dannemora, New York. The prison itself is sometimes colloquially referred to as Dannemora, although its actual name is derived from its location in Clinton County, New York. The southern perimeter wall of the prison borders New York State Route 374. Church of St. Dismas, the Good Thief, a church built by inmates, is located within the walls. The prison is sometimes referred to as "New York's Siberia" due to the cold climate in Dannemora and the isolation of the area. It is the largest maximum security prison and the third oldest prison in New York.
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... Yardville, Burlington County, New Jersey and later moved to Rikers Island Correctional Institution for Women in New York City where she was kept in solitary confinement for 21 months ... Judge Appleby, Sheriff Joseph DeMarino lied to the press about the exact date of her transfer to Clinton Correctional Facility for Women for security reasons ... She was also transferred from the Clinton Correctional Facility for Women to a special area staffed by women guards at the Yardville Youth Correction and ...
... much of his sentence for the killing of Jennifer Levin at Clinton Correctional Facility, as well as a later sentence for drug possession after heroin was found in his cell and new criminal charges were brought ... Garrow Serial rapist/murderer served twice at Clinton Correctional 1961-1963 for rape (transferred to Auburn Correctional Facility), and 1974-1977 for second-degree ... murder of Larry Davis, who shot six police officers in 1986 at the Shawangunk Correctional Facility during recreation ...
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