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U.S. Marshals Service

Northern District of Ohio

Prisoner Detention

GENERAL:   United States Marshal Service is responsible for obtaining adequate detention space to house USMS prisoners in their districts. Detention facilities the USMS uses must meet DOJ detention standards and minimum conditions of confinement.  These conditions are as follows:

1.  Staff is on duty 24 hours a day to supervise prisoners.

2.  Three adequate meals a day are provided to prisoners.

3.  Adequate emergency medical coverage is available 24 hours a day.

4.  Adequate fire and other emergency plans and procedures are followed.

5.  There is adequate security.

6.  Adequate sanitation and hygiene services are available.

7.  An adequate suicide prevention policy is in place.

8.  There is adequate access to prescription drugs.

Designated Federal Prison(s) frequently utilized by the Northern District of Ohio Area:

Male

FCI Elkton
 
FCI Milan
 
FCI Morgantown
 
  P.O Box 89         8730 Scroggs Road      P.O. Box  9999    East Arkona Rd P.O. Box 1000    Greenbag Road
Elkton, OH 44415 Milan, MI 48160 Morgantown, WV    26507-1000
(330) 424-7448 (734) 439-1511 (304) 296-4416
Fax:  (330) 424-7075 Fax: (734) 439-0949 Fax: (304) 284-3613
Security Level: Low/Male Security Level:  Low/Administrative/Male Security Level: Minimum/Male
     
FCI McKean    
P.O. Box 5000    
Bradford, PA  16701    
(814) 362-8900    
Fax: (814) 362-3287    
Security Level: Medium/Male    

 

Female

FCI Danbury

33 1/2 Pembroke Road
Danbury, Connecticut 06811-3099
(203) 743-6471
Fax: (203) 312-5110
Security Level: Low/Female (adjacent Minimum/Female camp)

Federal Prison procedures and general information can be reviewed at www.bop.gov.

Note:  Currently there are not any Federal Detention Facilities for Juvenile Offenders within the Northern District of Ohio area, but there are several state and local county facilities that are contracted by the United States Marshal Service for housing.

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