Northeastern Correctional Center

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Northeastern Correctional Center
Northeastern Correctional Center is located in Massachusetts
Northeastern Correctional Center
Location in Massachusetts
Location Barretts Mill Road
West Concord, Massachusetts
Coordinates 42°28′18″N 71°23′48″W / 42.47167°N 71.39667°W / 42.47167; -71.39667Coordinates: 42°28′18″N 71°23′48″W / 42.47167°N 71.39667°W / 42.47167; -71.39667
Status Operational
Security class Minimum/Pre-Release
Capacity 150 (Houses 255)
Overcrowding rate: 170%
Opened 1932
Managed by Massachusetts Department of Correction
Director Deputy Superintendent Greg McCann

The Northeastern Correctional Center is a minimum security/pre-release state prison in Massachusetts that opened in 1932. NCC sits on 300 acres of farmland and provides many inmates with work opportunities prior to being released from prison. The facility is accredited by the American Correctional Association (ACA), managed by the Massachusetts Department of Correction, and overseen by the Massachusetts Department of Public Safety.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Northeastern Correctional Center". MA Dept of Correction. Retrieved 1 September 2016.