Centennial Correctional Facility

Coordinates: 38°26′15″N 105°09′09″W / 38.43750°N 105.15250°W / 38.43750; -105.15250
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Centennial Correctional Facility
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LocationCañon City, Colorado
Coordinates38°26′15″N 105°09′09″W / 38.43750°N 105.15250°W / 38.43750; -105.15250
StatusOpen
Security classMaximum
Capacity604
Opened1980
Managed byColorado Department of Corrections

Centennial Correctional Facility (CCF) is a prison located in the East Canon complex[1] in Fremont County, just east of Cañon City, Colorado. CCF consists of two separate buildings, North and South.[2] The South facility, opened in 2011, is a Level V maximum security facility. All offenders in CCF South are in Administrative Segregation (AdSeg), also known as solitary confinement. CCF South is the counterpart of the Colorado State Penitentiary (CSP), also in the East Canon complex. The North facility is the original facility, and primarily houses Level IV maximum security offenders.

Notable inmates[edit]

Inmate Name Register Number Status Details
Devon Michael Erickson 192238 Serving two life sentences without parole.[3] One of 2 perpetrators of the 2019 STEM School Highlands Ranch shooting in which Erickson murdered student Kendrick Castillo after he heroically tried to stop Devon.[4][5][6][7]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "East Canon Correctional Complex". Wikimapia. Retrieved 2012-11-25.
  2. ^ "Colorado's Correctional Capitol: Fremont County". Fremont County, Colorado. 2023. Retrieved March 31, 2023.
  3. ^ "CDOC Offender Search". www.doc.state.co.us. Retrieved 2023-09-17.
  4. ^ Miller, Susan. "Kendrick Castillo, hero killed in Colo. school shooting, told his dad he would act if confronted with a gunman". USA TODAY. Retrieved 2024-01-26.
  5. ^ "Suspected Colorado STEM shooter joked about school shootings, students say". NBC News. 2019-05-10. Retrieved 2024-01-26.
  6. ^ "Jury Finds Devon Erickson Guilty Of Murder In STEM School Shooting Trial - CBS Colorado". www.cbsnews.com. 2021-06-15. Retrieved 2024-01-26.
  7. ^ "A Colorado School Shooter is Sentenced to Life in Prison : NPR". NPR. Archived from the original on 2024-02-10.

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