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Connecticut Department of Corrections

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Connecticut New London 1239

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201 West Main Street
Niantic, CT, 6357
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(860) 691-6800
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  1. sharon jones Wed, Dec 15 2010 2:28 AM

    i believe that the women there need to have a meals on a more timily manner, being without food for 13 hours is a very long time, it also is not healthy to be without food that long period of time.

  2. Tosha Sands Tue, Sep 27 2011 8:46 PM

    Yes and I also believe that the state should supply inmates with more things like shower shoes.

  3. Maryann Sat, Jan 07 2012 9:05 AM

    What can a first time inmate expect to experience during processing into the facility - do they x-ray for contraband, or is an intrusive cavity probe done ?

  4. Maryann Sat, Jan 07 2012 9:09 AM

    What can a first time inmate expect to experience during processing into the facility - do they x-ray for contraband, or is an intrusive cavity probe done ?

  5. ky Tue, Apr 17 2012 7:59 PM

    During orientation the instructor should go over EVERYTHING listed in the papers before FORCING the new inmates to sign it. I'm very angry that people can't do simple jobs like reading without cutting corners and being lazy. I'll stop treating all cops like pigs when they stop treating every person like a complete degenerate.

  6. Gina Sun, Oct 14 2012 12:33 AM

    Really, in MY eyes you have no rights! You broke the law enough times to land yourselves in jail now deal with it! You are there for free and us taxpayers are footing the bill except, well forget it, why try to explain that to you, if you don't understand your not there for a vacation! Anyways, whats the old saying, Dont do the crime if you cant pay the time! Or whatever it is, Just Grow Up, stop whining and take responsibility for your actions!! FYI- Im on this site looking at an ex-friend of mine's record or trying to. She recently was in jail, then the half way house, got released and I tried to help her out, did everything for her and what happen, you guessed it!. She ripped me off. All my Mother's jewelry, my son's jewelry when he was a baby I was saving for my grandchildren one day and my own jewelry plus my medication, some which was for my seizures. So with that said, No more 2nd chances in my eyes for anyone! Sorry, Im done, she will be back in jail in no time! Again, be glad your not on the streets rotting away!

  7. Gina Sun, Oct 14 2012 12:40 AM

    Sorry, I know this isnt what this is for but I couldnt resist to write it for all the fools that come on here with their ridiculous requests and things that they think they deserve and are entitled to after breaking the law so many times, nevermind just once! Keep up the Good Work!

  8. shannon barnes Thu, Apr 04 2013 9:15 AM

    i am trying to get ahold of someone in Niantic and this number is out of service can anyone tell me how i can go about doing this pleade email me @ eminem_emi_slimshady@yahoo.com thank you

  9. Anon Wed, Jun 19 2013 5:09 PM

    @Gina you dumb bitch you can get a speeding ticket and end up in Niantic & after you go without food for 13 hours let's see if you are knocked off your peddle stool after that.

  10. Mackenzie Wed, Jun 26 2013 5:48 PM

    Gina, people go to jail for anything sometimes not even things they did. Humans, all humans have rights. You're very ignorant, its not their fault that your tax dollars go to the jail, its the government you pay money too. Hell people would rather their freedom then mushy food coming from your tax dollars, dont pride yourself

  11. FuckGina Wed, Jun 26 2013 5:50 PM

    Gina doesn't know the court system, keep priding yourself!

  12. pete Thu, Jan 02 2014 8:18 PM

    I worked in a prison many years ago and will tell you it is no picnic. And beleive me not everyone is gilty. Also this country has more people in jail then any other country in the world. Because many of the things we call against the law are legal in the rest of the world. Or the offenses do not call for prison time. We are self righteous bastards. Remember this country allowed slavery when the rest of the civilized world did not. Thank God Canada protected the slaves who reached there border. Also the poor native Americans also had to flee to Canada or be killed by our soldiers.

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