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Directions: From I-75 take Exit 358 (SR-326 East) to first red light and turn left on C-25A. Institution is approximately 3-4 miles on left.
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Historical Information: The oldest state facility for women was opened in April 1956 as Florida C.I., housing all custody levels including death row. Florida C.I. originally functioned as the only reception center for female offenders. In 1973 Florida C.I. obtained the Forest Hills School for Girls from the Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services, which is located on the same property. This unit was utilized as a minimum custody open compound styled facility housing around 300 female inmates. The Forest Hills Unit was closed in 1997 for renovation. In July 1997 C.A.M.P. Jones was opened as the only "boot camp" styled program for youthful offender females in Florida. In 1998 it was combined with Marion C.I. and in 1999 the name was changed to Lowell C.I./Women's Unit and in 2000 to Lowell C.I. It also houses female youthful offenders as well as pregnant offenders. Lowell Annex, Lowell Work Camp, Lowell Basic Training Unit (BTU) are under the supervision of Lowell CI.
Total Staff (on 4/13/2018): 372
Facility Profile Information: Last updated 4/18
|Type of Housing Units:|
|Open Bay Housing Units||12|
|Cell Housing Units||0|
|Room Housing Units||2|
|Adult or Youthful||Adult, Youthful (14-18, 19-24)|
|Self Contained Housing Units||Yes|
|Designated Confinement Space||Yes|
|Custody Grades||Close, Medium, Minimum, Community|
|Medical Grades||1 through 9|
|Psychological Grades||1 through 3|
|Hearing Impaired Capabilities||No|
Extended Day Program:
In response to Chapter 958, Florida Statutes, mandating that those inmates who are youthful offenders be provided enhanced program services, the Extended Day Program was developed. This is a 16-hour daytime program provided at all youthful offender institutions that is designed to provide at least 12 hours of activities. The program is structured to include work assignments, education, including vocational and academic programs, counseling, behavior modification, military style drills, systematic discipline and other programmatic opportunities aimed at reducing inmate idleness and enhancing the young inmate's chance at becoming a law abiding citizen upon re-entry into the community.
Substance Abuse Programs:
Institutional Betterment Programs:
Community Work Squads:
|Dept. of Transportation||No|
|Public Work Squads||Yes|
Service Work Squads
|Contracted Work Squads||Yes|