Cebu Provincial Detention and Rehabilitation Center

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CPDRC directs here. This is an article about the Cebu prison facility in the Philippines. For the CPDRC rehabilitation dancing program, see CPDRC Dancing Inmates
Cebu Provincial Detention and Rehabilitation Center (CPDRC)
Location Barangay Kalunasan, Cebu City, Philippines[1]
Status Operational
Security class Maximum security
Capacity 1,600
Managed by Philippines Bureau of Corrections

Cebu Provincial Detention and Rehabilitation Center (CPDRC) is a prison in Cebu, in Cebu Province, Philippines. It is a maximum security prison facility with a capacity for 1600 inmates.[2]

The prison became well known for its rehabilitation program in 2005-2010 based on a program of choreographed exercise routines for the inmates. Known as CPDRC Dancing Inmates, the recordings of the various routines of the prisoners online supervised by the head of the prison Byron F. Garcia rendered them an international online celebrity sensation and phenomenon.[citation needed]


Coordinates: 10°20′02″N 123°52′53″E / 10.33389°N 123.88139°E / 10.33389; 123.88139