North Central Correctional Complex

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North Central Correctional Institution
North Central Correctional Complex buildings (retouched).jpg
Location670 Marion-Williamsport Rd East
Marion, Ohio
Security classmedium and minimum
Managed byManagement and Training Corporation

The North Central Correctional Institution is a minimum- and medium-security prison for men located in Marion, Marion County, Ohio, operated by Management and Training Corporation under contract with the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction.[1]

The facility first opened in 1994 and has a working population of 2893 state inmates. The facility is owned by the state, and under MTC management since the end of 2011.[2] The prison closed on July 01, 2018. Inmates were transferred to other locations. It is not uncommon for prisons to close to staffing levels.

Notable inmates[edit]

  • Robert Cordell[1], pleaded guilty to the murder of Kathleen Cordell, Frank Carnevale, and Rita Bushman.


  1. ^ "North Central Correctional Institution". Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction. Retrieved 5 August 2016.
  2. ^ Smyth, Julie Carr (30 December 2011). "Marion prison ready to go private on Saturday". Columbus Dispatch. Retrieved 5 August 2016.

Coordinates: 40°37′00″N 83°06′54″W / 40.616734°N 83.115003°W / 40.616734; -83.115003