ATTICA CORRECTIONAL FACILITY-(1) Attica 14011
A maximum security institution that serves as a general confinement facility for adult male offenders and also as a reception center and as a detention center.
Vincent R. Mancusi, Superintendent [585] 591 - 2000

AUBURN CORRECTIONAL FACILITY-(2) Auburn 1302[4]
A maximum security institution that serves as a general confinement facility for adult male offenders, as a detention center and as a work release facility.
John T. Deegan, Superintendent (315) 253 - [8401]

*RECEPTION CENTER AT ELMIRA-(7) Elmira 14902
Receives all male youths, 16-21 years of age, sentenced to a State Correctional Facility, except those found by the court to be men- tally ill or mentally retarded. In addition, it receives 15-year old males who have committed certain serious crimes of violence. The young offender is studied carefully at the Center. The resulting diagnosis and prognosis govern the recommendations for treatment and the facility in which he will serve sentence.
Chester D. Owens, Superintendent (607) 734 - 6239

ELMIRA CORRECTIONAL FACILITY-(8) Elmira 14902
A medium security institution that serves as a general confinement facility for males between the ages of 16 and 30 and also as a de- tention center.
Daniel E. Damon, Jr., Superintendent (607) 734 - [3901]

WESTERN CORRECTIONAL FACILITY-(19) Albion 14411
A medium security institution that serves as a general confinement facility, reception and detention center for female offenders.
Mrs. Janice P. Warne, Superintendent (716) 589 5511

*CAMP PHARSALIA-(14) P.O. South Plymouth 13844
Joseph W. Perrin, Superintendent (607) 334 - 4805

CAMP MONTEREY-(15) P.O. Beaver Dams 14812
Herman E. Cassidy, Superintendent (607) 962 - 3184

CAMP GEORGETOWN-(17) R.D. #1 Georgetown 13072
Clifton J. Casscle, Superintendent (315) 837 - [4446]

The first two camps (opened in 1956 and 1958) accomodate 80 each, the latter two (opened in 1961) are designed for 100 each. These open conservation-work camps receive by transfer from the other institutions the most hopeful, short-term carefully selected young male offenders 16-25 years of age.
Ernest L. Montanye, Director of Youth Camps

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