Campbell County Detention Center Reaches Final Construction Phase

By Jessie Fetterling
(02/25/2015)
NEWPORT, Ky. — The Campbell County Detention Center in Newport is currently in the final phase of a four-phase construction project that started in 2005. This last phase includes renovations of the existing center, as well as additional medium-security beds and a new isolation wing that will be used to house inmates in a substance abuse program.

Maintenance Report: Working with Limited Budgets

By Joe Lee
(02/24/2015)
How did the leadership of your department handle the housing market crash and the associated economic downturn? Did they cut staff and reduce services? Many justice agencies were told to cut budgets by 10 percent or more, from one year to the next, because of decreasing tax revenues. Essentials have been sacrificed for the past four to five years for many agencies.

Johnson County Jail to Undergo Upgrades

By Jessie Fetterling
(02/25/2015)
In late 2014, the Johnson County Commissioners Court approved construction of a new addition and renovations of the current 870-bed county jail in Cleburne.

Grand County Jail to Undergo Review


(02/25/2015)
Grand County, Utah officials on Feb. 17 entered into a contract with Salt Lake City-based architectural firm Archiplex Group to review the county’s current jail, according to The Times Independent.

King County OKs Juvenile Justice Center


(02/11/2015)
The Metropolitan King County Council voted 7-0 Monday to approve a $154 million contract with Seattle-based Howard S. Wright, a Balfour Beatty company, to construct the Children and Family Justice Center (CFJC) in Seattle.