Garza East Unit

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Garza East Unit is a correctional transfer unit on the grounds of Chase Field Industrial Complex in the city of Beeville. It is co-located with the Garza West Unit.

The facility is operated by the Correctional Institutions Division of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, administered as within Region IV.

The facility is classified as a Transfer Facility that houses adult male inmates convicted of felonies and state jail felonies. The inmates are housed temporarily after their transfer from county jails and are held no longer than two years, as per Texas Department of Criminal Justice policy.

History[edit]

The Chase Field East Unit opened in 1994. It later received its current name.[1] The facility and Garza West were named after Raul "Rudy" Garza, Sr., a city council member of Beeville and a longtime employee of the Chase Field Industrial Complex.[2]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Texas Department of Criminal Justice. Turner Publishing Company, 2004. 50. ISBN 1-56311-964-1, ISBN 978-1-56311-964-4.
  2. ^ "1995 Annual Report." Texas Department of Criminal Justice. Retrieved on July 21, 2010.

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Coordinates: 28°22′43″N 97°39′33″W / 28.37861°N 97.65917°W / 28.37861; -97.65917