Linda Woodman State Jail
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|Location||1210 Coryell City Road, Gatesville, Texas 76528|
|Security class||J1, J2, J4, Segregation G1, G2, Transient|
|Managed by||TDCJ Correctional Institutions Division|
The Linda Woodman State Jail is a state jail operated by the Texas Department of Criminal Justice. The prison is named after Linda Woodman who served as warden of the Gatesville Unit and a survivor of the 1974 Huntsville Prison siege.
The unit opened in June 1997 and serves as the processing for females who have entered the TDCJ prison system from local county jails after conviction. The unit also serves screening and assessment for those with substance abuse.
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