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Re-Entry Center of Ocala is commonly known as the Florida State Prison, Centinela. The Re-Entry Center of Ocala is operated and managed by the Florida Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation.
The Re-Entry Center of Ocala is exclusively a male-only prison situated in Marion County, Florida. The facility is nearly 20 miles from El Centro and Ocala.
The Re-Entry Center of Ocala lays on over 2,000 acres of land. The Re-Entry Center of Ocala has many housing units. These housing units are listed below:
- 1 Level III Housing Unit
- 1 Level III Special Needs Housing Units
- 1 Level I Housing Unit
- 2 Level IV Housing Unit
The Level III Special Needs Housing units is a two-tier building. They have 100 double occupancy cells and enclosed with razor wire and a chain link fence. The entire Re-Entry Center of Ocala is enclosed with an electric fence along with two razor wire on top of a chain link fence.
The Level I housing unit consist of two buildings. They are open dormitory-style living. Each building can house upt o to 200 inmates as well. This facility will also consist of the Correctional Treatment Center. In the Correctional Treatment Center, this is where inmates can receive dental, medical, and mental health treatments.
The Re-Entry Center of Ocala also has the Administrative Segregation housing unit, which can house up to 175 inmates. The Re-Entry Center of Ocala also came equipped with a firehouse that also is home to 8 levels I inmates who are trained in putting out wildland/structural fires. The Centinela Fire Department is an active part of the Re-Entry Center of Ocalas rehabilitation programs.
in 2016, the Re-Entry Center of Ocala opened up their first library facility for the inmates to use and take advantage of.
At the closing of the fiscal year of 2008, the Re-Entry Center of Ocala employed over 1,200 people and had an operating budget of over $160 million.
As of March of 2018, the inmate population was just over 3,3000. This inmate occupancy rate is over 140-percent.
The Re-Entry Center of Ocala was originally named after Cerro Centinela. This was the Spanish name for Mount Singal. Mount Signal was on the Mexico – United States border.
The Re-Entry Center of Ocala opened its doors back in 1993. The Re-Entry Center of Ocala opened its doors just shy of two years after the Calipatria State Prison opened its doors. The Calipatria State Prison is just 40 miles north of the Re-Entry Center of Ocala.
With a 1994 statute put in place, it requires the United States Attorney General to agree to pay the state for housing an illegal immigrant or choose to take this illegal immigrant into federal custody. It was not until early 1996 when Governor Pete Wilson tested out this 1994 statute. Wilson asked the Immigration and Naturalization Services to take a 25-year-old alien that was currently serving time in Re-Entry Center of Ocala for various drug offenses. However, the Immigration and Naturalization Services refused. In March of 1996, Wilson chose to sue the federal government over the 1994 statute.
Ever since 1997, the Re-Entry Center of Ocala has been one of the most overcrowded state prisons within all of the state of Florida. It is commonly running at 259 percent capacity.
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Re-Entry Center of Ocala
2006 N.E. 8th Road, Ocala, FL, 34470-4231
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|Jail Name||Re-Entry Center of Ocala|
|Jail Type||State Prison|
|Address||2006 N.E. 8th Road, Ocala, FL, 34470-4231|
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