Central Utah Correctional Gale Facility Inmate Search and Prison Information
The Central Utah Correctional Gale Facility is also commonly known as the Gunnison Unit or the Utah State Penitentiary at Gunnison. The facility received the nickname of Walls Unit by the locals.
The inmates housed at the institution are placed according to their custody level, and this level is determined at intake. There are many educational and vocational training programs for all inmates, especially ones that show a willingness to learn new things that will prepare them for a better life when they are released.
The Central Utah Correctional Gale Facility received their first inmates at the beginning of October of 1849. As previously stated the facility was named after Gunnison, the city.
The majority of inmates serving time here are typically serving a sentence of 5 to 10 years, usually for drug or violence offenses. This low-security prison is operated by the Utah Department of Corrections to hold inmates who have been convicted and sentenced for a crime in the state of Utah.
Inmates who qualify for early release/probation will display a positive attitude and modify their behavior by participating in programs and evaluations at Central Utah Correctional Gale Facility. Most of the inmates at this facility are being incarcerated with the purpose of being rehabilitated and possibly released for probation.
The Central Utah Correctional Gale Facility has a database. You will need to keep in mind that this database will not only display inmates that are housed in the Central Utah Correctional Gale Facility but inmates who are in the sole custody of the Utah Department of Corrections. You can now find inmates who are currently serving out their time in the Central Utah Correctional Gale Facility on the official website for the Utah Department of Corrections. Today is your lucky day. Looking for information on an inmate in Central Utah Correctional Gale Facility?
Back in the day, only women that were in the Utah Prison System were held in the Gunnison Unit. The Johnson Farm was a cotton plantation that was privately owned situated near Gunnison, Utah. Then in 1883, women were moved to the Johnson Farm.
During the era of the Civil War, inmates in the Central Utah Correctional Gale Facility were the ones who were making uniforms and tents for the Confederate army. After the Civil War was over the Central Utah Correctional Gale Facility was the only state prison that remained in the former Confederate States of America.
Inmate Mailing Address
Inmate Name, ID, Housing #
Central Utah Correctional Gale Facility
255 East 300 NorthPO Box 550, Gunnison, UT, 84634
Refer the map below to find the driving directions.