Columbus Correctional Institution

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The Columbus Correctional Institution (also CCI or CCDC) is a medium security prison for adult males, near Brunswick, North Carolina. The prison's original dormitoryblock, built during the late 1930s, is still in use. During the 1970s inmates under the supervision of correction engineers built a recreation area including a 28 cell unit to house inmates who been placed under administrative and/or disciplinary segregation.

The facility offers adult education and GED preparation classes. Inmates may take courses on substance abuse.[1]

The total staff is 242 (as of August 2013) and has a maximum inmate capacity of 670.[1]

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