Federal Transfer Center, Oklahoma City

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Federal Transfer Center, Oklahoma City
FTC Oklahoma City.jpg
Location Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Coordinates 35°23′27″N 97°36′59″W / 35.39083°N 97.61639°W / 35.39083; -97.61639Coordinates: 35°23′27″N 97°36′59″W / 35.39083°N 97.61639°W / 35.39083; -97.61639
Status Operational
Security class Administrative facility
Population 1,400
Managed by Federal Bureau of Prisons

The Federal Transfer Center (FTC), Oklahoma City is a United States federal prison facility for male and female inmates in Oklahoma. It is operated by the Federal Bureau of Prisons, a division of the United States Department of Justice, and houses holdover offenders and parole violators who have yet to be assigned to a permanent prison facility.[1] Most inmates who enter the federal prison system come through the facility.

FTC Oklahoma City serves as the main hub of the Justice Prisoner and Alien Transportation System, popularly known as Con Air. A cadre of low-security inmates are assigned to FTC Oklahoma City to perform food service and maintenance duties.[2]

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  1. ^ "FTC Oklahoma City". Federal Bureau of Prisons. 
  2. ^ "FEDERAL TRANSFER CENTER - CADRE - ADMISSION AND ORIENTATION HANDBOOK". Federal Bureau of Prisons. May 2012. 

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