Fax The facility was expanded in and now includes 18 housing units and 10 support buildings to accommodate its current capacity of 4, offenders. It provides initial orientation and classification. CMCF is authorized to have full-time positions, two part-time and seven time-limited, full time.
Its population consists of both male and female offenders of all custody levels minimum, medium, and close to include female offenders sentenced to death.
Youthful offenders are housed in a separate facility. It offers a wide range of programs to include academic classes, vocational programs, mental health counseling, psychological and psychiatric services in a group and individual basis, alcohol and drug treatment, social services, religious and recreational services. Mississippi Prison Industries Corp. Johnathan "Matt" Reynolds, Chief of Security.
Erick Morris, K9 Commander. Timothy Morris, Superintendent. It is located on approximately 18, acres at Parchman in Sunflower County.
It has 2, beds, 52 support buildings and seven different housing units, ranging in size from 56 beds at Unit 42, which is the hospital, to beds at Unit MSP houses all male offenders who are classified as protective custody, close custody, restrictive housing, extended restrictive housing, and death row. The custody levels are minimum, medium, and close. MSP offenders provide more thanhours of free offender labor each year to adjacent municipalities and counties, as well as assisting other state agencies.
Parchman holds a unique place in the prison system for reasons other than its age. MPIC 's work program for its textile and metal fabrication. MPAE supplies food to Parchman and the other two state institutions, 10 community work centers and four restitution centers. Additionally, unlike the other two state prisons, MSP has its own hospital. Health care is contracted through VitalCore Health Strategies, which provides medical services twenty-four hours a day.
The hospital is a d, full-service facility. MSP is divided into three 3 separate areas:. It has 16 housing units and a maximum 3, beds. Men classified as minimum and medium are housed there as well as those in protective custody and long-term segregation. The prison is authorized to have full-time permanent positions and four full-time, time -limited positions. SMCI provides free inmate labor to Greene County and adjacent municipalities and assists other state agencies.
Inmates are ased to the Greene County Road Crew and a mobile work crew. Inmates also can work in the blueberry operations.
The orchard was started at the prison in as a way to address inmate idleness and to teach inmates a trade skill in the blueberry industry. The blueberries help reduce food cost and serve as a healthier menu option. Students have access to a full-time counselor. The Alcohol and Drug Program is both short term 12 weeks and long term six months with individual and group counseling for treating alcohol and drug addictions.
Upon successful completion, offenders are awarded a certificate. Services also are provided for community work center offenders and those in SMCI administrative segregation and protective custody units. Physical Location: West St. Warden: Chris Loden. The Marshall County Correctional Facility opened in June and is located on 42 acres with 17 acres fenced in.
The authorized capacity is 1, beds for medium custody adult male inmates. The facility transitioned to state control on Sept. The facility received accreditation from the American Correctional Association in January The facility was re-accredited in JuneSeptemberJanuaryJanuaryand March This location is:. In. Inmate Search. Parolee Search.
Area Locations. Facility Locations. There are four state prisons in Mississippi:. Central Mississippi Correctional Facility.
Mississippi State Penitentiary. Other special features of Parchman are the execution chamber and the pauper's cemetery. All offender executions are carried out at Unit 17 by lethal injection. Inmates whose families cannot afford to bury them or those who do not have family members to claim their remains are buried on two acres.
Records show that the first burial was in for a full list of all inmates buried at the cemetery. South Mississippi Correctional Institution. There are regularly scheduled religious programs including Christian worship, weekly Jumah Prayer, communion, and mass. Many Bible classes are offered whereby the inmates may study together. The inmates in Area I meet in the Chapel built by inmate labor and monies donated by individuals outside of the institution. In addition, the department has a pastoral and crisis ministry which includes spiritual guidance counseling during a crisis or grieving period.
Chaplains also provide marriage counseling and coordinate the marriage process of those incarcerated. Additionally, this department is responsible for interviewing, training, and supervising volunteers. The Vocational Technical Department offers five programs that will enable offenders to become productive citizens when they are released.
The programs are auto body, auto mechanics, electrical, plumbing and pipefitting, and welding. The length of each program is approximately 1, hours to 2, hours. GED classes and tutoring are available in night classes.
In addition to the vocational programs, offenders can obtain employment skills through Mississippi Prison Industries Corp. In addition to inmate uniforms, officer uniform shirts also are produced for the state and other agencies.
These onsite services include, but are not limited to, emergency care, infirmary care, dental, optometry, clinical, and pharmaceutical services. In additional, specialty care services are available through a network of off-site contracted hospitals and specialty care providers.
Marshall county correctional facility. Programs offered include:. Area I.