The average size of a prison cell for one inmate is 6 x 9 x 12 feet. Generally, that space includes a bed, a sink and a toilet. In the USA, approximately 80,000 prisoners are held in cells of that size by themselves; a s... More »

Some maximum security prisons in the United States are Allenwood, Beaumont, Big Sandy, Canaan, Coleman I, Coleman II, Lee, Lewisburg, McCreary, Terre Haute, Tucson, Victorville, Yazoo City and Pollock. These correctional... More »

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The average size of a prison cell will vary; however, a typical solitary cell dimensions are approximately 6 feet by 8 feet in size. Double occupancy cells are typically larger in size. More »

The average size of a prison cell will vary; however, a typical solitary cell dimensions are approximately 6 feet by 8 feet in size. Double occupancy cells are typically larger in size. More »

U.S. criminal courts will generally only send individuals to prison (as opposed to juvenile detention) if the individual is convicted of a crime committed after they have turned 18. On very rare occasions a minor will be... More »

To become a pen pal to a prisoner, use the tools and information provided on prison pen pal websites such as Jail Resource and Prison Inmates Online. You can also find information, resources and tools to become a prison ... More »

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The New York State Department of Corrections and Community Supervision is a department of the New York State government responsible for the confinement and habilitation of New York's prison population. As of 2015, it ope... More »

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