Northern State Correctional Facility
|Location||2559 Glen Road, Newport, Orleans County, Vermont, USA|
|Population||417 (as of FY2010)|
|Managed by||Carl Davis|
The Northern State Correctional Facility (NSCF) is a state prison in the city of Newport, Orleans County, Vermont, USA. It holds up to 400 medium security male prisoners. It is the largest prison in Vermont. The Vermont Department of Corrections is responsible for running this prison.
The superintendent is Carl B. Davis
In 2013, the superintendent named four gangs prevalent among the prisoners: the Crips, the Bloods, the Aryan Nation, and, a local gang, the Chittenden County White Boys. He indicated that Vermont is not violent and the local culture prevails with minimum conflict among the gangs.
The prisoners formed a theater group which they named "The Usual Suspects."
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- Gresser, Joseph (June 4, 2008). State outlines new prison policy. the Chronicle.
- Gresser, Joseph (January 23, 2014). "Departing superintendent offers a tour of prison". The Chronicle (Barton, Vermont). p. 14.
- "Jailed Muslims say beliefs not met". Florida Today (Melbourne, Florida). November 29, 2011. pp. 10A.
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