Lancaster County Prison
A county prison was originally built in 1851 and renovated in 1972. The present medieval-style building replaced the earlier prisons in 1851, with Fulton Hall, of the Fulton Opera House being built on the site of the earlier prison. The prison is still in active use.
With over 5,000 admissions each year (and a similar number of discharges), Lancaster County Prison currently has beds for over 950 inmates, but has the capacity to accommodate more if needed.
The majority of those currently detained are imprisoned pending trial, the remaining 40% having already been sentenced. Sentenced inmates are charged $10 per day for their incarceration, under the Lancaster County Prison "prisoner cost recovery program", in operation since 1995.
- "Franklin & Marshall - The Lancaster County Prison". fandm.edu. Retrieved 10 December 2016.
- "Franklin & Marshall - Fulton Hall". fandm.edu. Retrieved 10 December 2016.
- Lancaster County Prison overview Archived 2009-01-18 at the Wayback Machine