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Florida Department of Corrections, Secretary Michael D. Crews

Florida Department of Corrections
Michael D. Crews, Secretary


7906 East Highway 90
Lake City, Florida
32055-6290

(386) 755-3379
FAX: (386) 752-7202

Warden:
Joseph Taylor

Chaplain's Office
(386) 755-3379

Florida Department of Corrections

Lake City Correctional Facility

County: Columbia

Offender Search for this Facility:
Queries may take a long time for facilities with large populations.

Directions: From I-75 take Exit 427 (US-90 East) approximately 12 miles. Facility is on the right.

Historical Information: This facility was established in 1997 to house male youthful offender inmates. It is operated by Corrections Corporation of America under contract with the Department of Management Services.

Total Staff (on 7/11):    1 Department of Corrections staff

Facility Profile Information: Last updated 12/12
See the general information section for help with terms on this page and other frequently asked questions.

Type of Housing Units:
Open Bay Housing Units 0
Cell Housing Units 15
Room Housing Units 1
Maximum Capacity 894
Other Information:
Population Gender Male
Adult or Youthful Youthful (19-24)
Facility Level 4
Self Contained Housing Units Yes
Designated Confinement Space Yes
Custody Grades Close, Medium, Minimum, Community
Medical Grades 1 through 3
Psychological Grades 1 through 3
Wheelchair Capabilities Yes
Hearing Impaired Capabilities Yes


Extended Day Program:

In response to Chapter 958, Florida Statutes, mandating that those inmates who are youthful offenders be provided enhanced program services, the Extended Day Program was developed.  This is a 16-hour daytime program provided at all youthful offender institutions that is designed to provide at least 12 hours of activities.  The program is structured to include work assignments, education, including vocational and academic programs, counseling, behavior modification, military style drills, systematic discipline and other programmatic opportunities aimed at reducing inmate idleness and enhancing the young inmate's chance at becoming a law abiding citizen upon re-entry into the community. 

Academic Programs:

  • Adult Basic Education
  • General Educational Development (GED)
  • Volunteer Literacy Program

Vocational Programs:

  • Commercial Class “B” Driving
  • Commercial Foods and Culinary Arts
  • PC Support Services
  • Tile Setting
  • Environmental Services
  • Nursery Management

Substance Abuse Programs:

  • Residential Therapeutic Community
  • Substance Abuse Prevention/Education

Institutional Betterment Programs:

  • 100-hour Transition Program
  • Law Library Program
  • Library Program
  • Life Skills
  • Tier 1
  • Wellness

P.R.I.D.E. Assignments:

  • None at this time

Community Work Squads:

Dept. of Transportation No
Public Work Squads No
Interagency Community
Service Work Squads
No
Contracted Work Squads No