|Location||2661 FM 2054|
Tennessee Colony, Texas 75884
|Security class||G1-G4, Administrative Segregation, Outside Trusty|
|Capacity||Unit: 3,818 Trusty Camp:321|
|Managed by||TDCJ Correctional Institutions Division|
The H. H. Coffield Unit (CO) is a Texas Department of Criminal Justice prison for men in unincorporated Anderson County, Texas. The prison, near Tennessee Colony, is along Farm to Market Road 2054. The unit, on a 20,518 acres (8,303 ha) plot of land, is co-located with Beto, Gurney, Michael, and Powledge units. With a capacity of 4,139 inmates, Coffield is the TDCJ's largest prison. Coffield opened in June 1965.
Coffield has employee housing.
- "2020 CENSUS - CENSUS BLOCK MAP: Anderson County, TX" (PDF). U.S. Census Bureau. pp. 17-18 (PDF p. 18-19/41). Retrieved 2022-08-14.
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