FL DOC - Gadsden Re-Entry Center

Custody/Security Info

FL DOC - Gadsden Re-Entry Center is a minimum security state prison located at 630 Opportunity Ln in Havana, FL operated by the Florida Department of Corrections. This institution is considered the best situation to be in if you have to be incarcerated. Inmates assigned to minimum security prisons generally pose the least risk to public safety. Inmates live in dormitories on a campus that resembles a school more than a prison. Inmates must have less than 8 years on their sentence, be non-violent with a clear disciplinary history to qualify for minimum designation. There is much less supervision of inmate movement within the prison than at any other custody level.

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Facility Type

Gadsden Re-Entry Center is a state prison operated by the Florida Department of Corrections (DOC), serving as a facility to house and rehabilitate criminals sentenced by a judge for a specified period. Funded by state tax money, these institutions provide necessities like food and clothing while employing staff to ensure efficient operations. Inmates are under strict rules and regulations, facing additional punishments for violations, while still retaining certain rights granted by state and federal constitutions. Resembling a self-contained community, the prison has its own governance, law enforcement, judiciary, and amenities such as a commissary, housing, medical facilities, library, and places of worship. Inmates are assigned tasks to contribute to the facility's functioning. Privacy is minimal, with communal facilities and strict regulations governing personal space and possessions. Visitation privileges are granted to inmates in good standing, but contact is limited, and all communications, aside from legal calls, are monitored closely.