List of North Carolina state prisons

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This is a list of state prisons in the U.S. state of North Carolina:[1]

In January 2015, the former five male divisions and one female division were consolidated into four regions, as listed below. [2] As of February 2015, North Carolina houses about 38,000 offenders in 56 correctional institutions.[3]

Central Region[edit]

Name Capacity
Columbus Correctional Institution
Davidson Correctional Center 258
Forsyth Correctional Center 248
Hoke Correctional Institution 502
Lumberton Correctional Institution 768
Morrison Correctional Institution 801
New Hanover Correctional Center 384
Pender Correctional Center 740
Piedmont Correctional Institution 952
Randolph Correctional Center 226
Sampson Correctional Institution 452
Scotland Correctional Institution
Southern Correctional Institution 624
Tabor Correctional Institution

Coastal Region[edit]

Name Capacity
Bertie Correctional Institution
Caledonia Correctional Institution
Carteret Correctional Center 300
Craven Correctional Institution 796
Eastern Correctional Institution 429
Greene Correctional Institution 616
Hyde Correctional Institution 736
Maury Correctional Insititution 896
Odom Correctional Institution 352
Pamlico Correctional Institution 552
Pasquotank Correctional Institution 896
Tyrrell Prison Work Farm 620

Mountain Region[edit]

  • Albemarle Correctional Institution (816)
  • Alexander Correctional Institution
  • Avery Mitchell Correctional Institution (816)
  • Brown Creek Correctional Institution
  • Caldwell Correctional Center (238)
  • Catawba Correctional Center (246)
  • Craggy Correctional Center (408)
  • Foothills Correctional Institution (858)
  • Gaston Correctional Center (242)
  • Lanesboro Correctional Institution
  • Lincoln Correctional Center (202)
  • Marion Correctional Institution (738)
  • Mountain View Correctional Institution (884)
  • Rutherford Correctional Center (236)
  • Swannanoa Correctional Center for Women (366)
  • Wilkes Correctional Center (262)

Triangle Region[edit]

  • Caswell Correctional Center (460)
  • Central Prison
  • Dan River Prison Work Farm (640)
  • Franklin Correctional Center (452)
  • Harnett Correctional Institution (954)
  • Johnston Correctional Institution (612)
  • Nash Correctional Institution (512)
  • Neuse Correctional Institution
  • North Carolina Correctional Institution for Women
  • Orange Correctional Center (200)
  • Polk Correctional Institution (904)
  • Sanford Correctional Center (298)
  • Wake Correctional Center (414)
  • Warren Correctional Institution (809)

Closed Prisons[edit]

The following North Carolina state prisons have been closed or consolidated into other facilities.[4]

  • Alamance Correctional Center (closed October 2001)
  • Alexander Correctional Center (December 1998)
  • Anson CC (consolidated w/ Brown Creek CI) (December 2009)
  • Avery Correctional Center (October 1999)
  • Black Mountain Correctional Center for Women (July 2008)
  • Bladen Correctional Center (October 2013)
  • Blanch Youth Institution (formerly Ivy Bluff Prison) (September 1999)
  • Blue Ridge Correctional Center (October 2002)
  • Buncombe Correctional Center (consolidated with Craggy CC) (March 2014)
  • Burke Youth Center (June 1992)
  • Cabarrus Correctional Center (December 2011)
  • Charlotte Correctional Center (December 2011)
  • Chapel Hill Youth Development and Research Unit (1965)
  • Old Craggy Prison (1989)
  • Cleveland Correctional Center (December 2009)
  • Currituck Correctional Center (August 2000)
  • Davie Correctional Center (October 1997)
  • Duplin Correctional Center (August 2013)
  • Durham Correctional Center (October 2011)
  • Fountain Correctional Center For Women (December 2014)
  • Gates Correctional Center (October 2009)
  • Goldsboro Correctional Center (August 1999)
  • Granville Correctional Center (October 1996)
  • Guilford Correctional Center (October 2009)
  • Halifax Correctional Center (October 1996)
  • Haywood Correctional Center (November 2011)
  • Henderson Correctional Center (October 2002)
  • Iredell Correctional Center (October 1999)
  • IMPACT East (now Morrison minimum unit) (August 2002)
  • IMPACT West (now Foothills minimum unit) (August 2002)
  • Martin Correctional Center (December 1998)
  • McCain Correctional Hospital (April 2010)
  • McDowell Correctional Center (consolidated w/ Marion CI) (July 1996)
  • Mecklenburg Correctional Center (December 1998)
  • Montgomery Correctional Center (consolidated w/ Southern CI) (1997)
  • Moore Correctional Center (June 1995)
  • Nash (minimum) Correctional Center (September 1999)
  • North Piedmont Correctional Center for Women (August 2014)
  • Person Correctional Center (September 1996)
  • Polk Youth Center (Raleigh) (November 1997)
  • Raleigh Correctional Center for Women (consolidated w/ NCCIW) (March 2014)
  • Richmond Correctional Center (June 1995)
  • Robeson Correctional Center (August 2013)
  • Rockingham Correctional Center (September 1996)
  • Rowan CC (consolidated w/ Piedmont CI) (December 2009)
  • Sandhills Youth Center (June 2003)
  • Sandy Ridge Correctional Center (December 1998)
  • Scotland Correctional Center (November 2001)
  • Stanly Correctional Center (July 1999)
  • Stokes Correctional Center (October 1999)
  • Tillery Correctional Center (consolidated with Caledonia CI) (August 2014)
  • Triangle Correctional Center (August 1994)
  • Umstead Correctional Center (November 2009)
  • Union Correctional Center (October 2009)
  • Vance Correctional Center (November 1996)
  • Warren Correctional Center (May 1997)
  • Washington Correctional Center (November 1996)
  • Watauga Correctional Center (December 1998)
  • Wayne Correctional Center (October 2013)
  • Western Youth Institution (January 2014)
  • Wilmington Residential Facility for Women (September 2009)
  • Yadkin Correctional Center (September 1999)
  • Yancey Correctional Center (July 1999)

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