|Facility Name||Prisoners||Type||Address||City||Zip||County||Survey Date|
|Donald Price Medium Security Facility||286||State||P.O. Box 20983||Cranston||02920||Providence County||12/30/2005|
|High Security Center||86||State||P.O. Box 8200||Cranston||02920||Providence Census County||12/30/2005|
|Intake Service Center||990||State||P.O. Box 8249||Cranston||02920||Providence Census County||12/30/2005|
|John Moran Medium Security Facility||885||State||P.O. Box 8274||Cranston||02920||Providence Census County||12/30/2005|
|Maximum Security Facility||385||State||P.O. Box 8273||Cranston||02920||Providence Census County||12/30/2005|
|Minimum Security Facility||594||State||P.O. Box 8212||Cranston||02920||Providence Census County||12/30/2005|
|Women's Division||188||State||P.O. Box 8312||Cranston||02920||Providence Census County||12/30/2005|
This table draws data from three sources:
Military prisons and state halfway houses are not included in the above table as we were not able to locate an appropriate national database of these types of facilities. Juvenile facilities are not included in the above because the Census Bureau counts these facilities separately from the adult correctional institutions that are the focus of our work. Where necessary, state-specific sources will be more useful for identifying juvenile facilities.
We do, however, have a list (without population information) of all federal halfway houses as of March 2010.
For state, federal and local prisons built or expanded in the latter half of the decade, you may find this list of New and Expanded Prisons Since 2000 helpful as well.