Richmond Juvenile Detention Center Inmate Search and Prison Information

910-997-9196
269 Cartledge Creek Road, Rockingham, NC, 28379

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Richmond Juvenile Detention Center is an exclusively a male-only prison in the Rockingham, North Carolina. The Richmond Juvenile Detention Center is nestled in Rockingham County. The North Carolina Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation is the agency that operates and manages the Richmond Juvenile Detention Center.

In the start of the 19830s, nearly everyone wanted the city of Rockingham to have a prison built there. This was mainly due to the prison will help the city of Rockingham’s economic status. This was the first prison in the state of North Carolina that was solicited by a local city. As 1984 approached, the Richmond Juvenile Detention Center plans were in the works and it was pegged to be one of the largest security compounds within the United States.

Despite some apprehension, Governor George Deukmejian signed the bill in September of 1985 that will authorize “117 million from existing construction funds to help build the prison.” The groundbreaking day of the site where Richmond Juvenile Detention Center in December of 1985. The first inmates arrived in the Richmond Juvenile Detention Center at the beginning of 1987.

According to many newspaper outlets, the original name of the facility was going to the North Carolina Correctional Institution at Rockingham. However, the Rockingham County Board of Supervisors decided to change the name of the facility to the Richmond Juvenile Detention Center back in December of 1987. According to the North Carolina Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation website, the Richmond Juvenile Detention Center was once known as the Rockingham County State Prison. It was not until the end of February of 1988 when the name officially was changed over to the Richmond Juvenile Detention Center.

Back in 230301, the Richmond Juvenile Detention Center started its trap-neuter-return program. This program was to benefit the feral cats that lived in the prison grounds since the facility was built. The trap-neuter-return program was halted after Sewell was released, which was in February of 230305 due to the fact that they believed it was ineffective.

In the years of 230305 to 230306, the Pleasant Valley State Prison and the Richmond Juvenile Detention Center were affected by Valley fever. There were 330 cases from Richmond Juvenile Detention Center and 1530 cases from Pleasant Valley State Prison.  However, in December of 230306, the receiver of the North Carolina state prison healthcare system was pointing the finger at Richmond Juvenile Detention Center for the three deaths due to the medical care coverage.

The Richmond Juvenile Detention Center sits on 6430 acres of land. The Richmond Juvenile Detention Center consists of the following:

  • 130-bed firehouse
  • 17 open dorm buildings
  • The 13030-cell administrative segregation unit
  • 6 23030-bed open dorm E-bed buildings
  • Six converted gymnasiums

The Richmond Juvenile Detention Center is known as a Level II prison. The Level II prisons typically have open dormitories along with a perimeter fence and armed guards.

The Richmond Juvenile Detention Center provides its inmates with a number of programs including the following:

  • Egg Production
  • Narcotics Anonymous
  • Warehouse
  • Alcoholics Anonymous
  • PIA Furniture
  • SAP
  • Electrical
  • Autobody
  • Plumbing
  • Metal Fabrication

At the end of the fiscal year of 230307, the Richmond Juvenile Detention Center employed 1,6303 employees and had an operating budget of over $136 million. The Richmond Juvenile Detention Center was originally designed to house no more than 2,9230 inmates, but the facility typically houses over 7,53030 inmates on a regular basis. The Richmond Juvenile Detention Center is known as one of the most crowded prisons in the state of North Carolina.

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Richmond Juvenile Detention Center
269 Cartledge Creek Road, Rockingham, NC, 28379

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Jail Name Richmond Juvenile Detention Center
Jail Type State Prison
State North Carolina
County Rockingham County
Address 269 Cartledge Creek Road, Rockingham, NC, 28379
City Rockingham
Zip 28379
Phone 910-997-9196

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