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Justice Facilities Review 2001-2002

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110 pages
This report presents summary descriptions of 37 correctional, court, detention, juvenile, law enforcement, and multiple-use facilities selected for commendation in 2001-2002 by a jury of architects and criminal justice professionals.
For each facility, a brief architect's description of the building and its characteristics is provided, along with drawings and/or photos of the exterior and interior of the building. Other information includes the owner, type of facility, type of construction, site area, building area, capacity, total cost of construction, project status, and the names of the companies that designed and constructed the facility. The correctional facilities profiled are the Delaware Correctional Center; the Federal Detention Center in Brooklyn, NY; the special Commitment Center (Washington State); prototype for Georgia Department of Corrections Prison; and the San Carlos Correctional Facility, Phase II (Colorado). The court facilities are the Churchill County Courthouse (Nevada), the Grant County Courthouse (Wisconsin), the Mesa County Justice Center (Colorado), the Oklahoma Judicial Center, the Queens Family Court and City Agency Facility (New York), and the Quentin Burdick Federal Courthouse (North Dakota). The four county detention facilities profiled are in Kansas, Indiana, Arizona, and New York State. The three juvenile facilities described are in Oregon, Alaska, and Ohio. The six law enforcement facilities include municipal police facilities, a Regional Emergency Communications Center, and the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation Consolidate Facility. The 13 multiple-use facilities include an adult correctional facility, a training facility, justice centers, a detention facility, a juvenile center, a community justice center, a juvenile court facility, and a public safety complex. Their locations encompass the Northern Mariana Islands, North Carolina, Minnesota, Kansas, Montana, New York, and Texas. Index of architects and the names and backgrounds of jurors