Monday, October 6, 2014

Sheriff's Office: Pulaski County Jail will reopen for new intakes today

Posted By on Mon, Oct 6, 2014 at 3:34 PM

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Lt. Carl Minden with the Pulaski County Sheriff's Office reports that the Pulaski County Regional Detention Center will reopen for intakes of new inmates today at 6 p.m.

The jail has been closed to most non-violent offenders since noon on August 26, when the population stood at 1,287 — 77 inmates over the PCRDC's funded population of 1,210.  At the time of the closure on August 26, Minden said that the inmate total included over 420 inmates with state-related holds. As of today, the total inmate population of the jail stands at 1,103.


History for 2014 PCRDF Closures and Openings:

· Closed on April 29th (Population: 1,300)

· Reopened on June 9th (Population: 1,135)

· Closed on July 1st (Population: 1,266)

· Reopened on July 24th (Population: 1,145)

· Closed on August 26th (Population: 1,287)

· Reopened on October 6th (Population: 1,103)

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