What is correctional institution?

  • (noun): A penal institution maintained by the government.

Some articles on correctional institution, institutions:

Lowell Correctional Institution
... Lowell Correctional Institution located in unincorporated Marion County, Florida, near Ocala, was the first Florida prison for women ... It was opened in April 1956 as the Florida Correctional Institution ... In 1999, the name was changed to Lowell Correctional Institution/Women’s Unit, and in 2000 it was given the latest title of Lowell Correctional Institution ...
Camille Griffin Graham Correctional Institution
... Camille Griffin Graham Correctional Institution is a South Carolina Department of Corrections (SCDC) state prison for women in Columbia, South Carolina ... The prison opened in 1973 as "Women's Correctional Institution" ...
Florida Department Of Corrections - Budget - 2011 Budget Cuts
... of Florida announced the closing of 6 institutions in order to save up to $30 million ... Brevard Correctional Institution, which is a youthful offender prison, Lowell Boot Camp, a youthful offender female boot camp, Sumter Basic Training Unit, a youthful ... the closing, and the employees of the closing institutions were offered jobs at other prisons ...
Connecticut Department Of Correction - Death Row
... The male death row is located at the Northern Correctional Institution ... In 1995 the male death row moved from Osborn Correctional Institution to Northern ... The York Correctional Institution houses all female pretrial and sentenced prisoners in the state, regardless of security status, so a woman classified as a death row ...
South Carolina Department Of Corrections - Operations - Death Row
... The state's death row for men is located at Lieber Correctional Institution ... row for women is located at the Camille Griffin Graham Correctional Institution ... Executions occur at the Broad River Correctional Institution (BRCI) ...

Famous quotes containing the word institution:

    The institution of the family is decisive in determining not only if a person has the capacity to love another individual but in the larger social sense whether he is capable of loving his fellow men collectively. The whole of society rests on this foundation for stability, understanding and social peace.
    Daniel Patrick Moynihan (20th century)