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Polk Youth Institution's High Security Maximum Control Unit - Page 1

George Currie, Polk Youth Institution Superintendent in cell D102 of the High Security Maximum Control unit

Sign warns Polk Youth Institution prisoners to follow the rules.

Polk Assistant Superintendent Ray Raynor oversees the High Security Maximum Control unit.

Polk Youth Institution opened the state's first high security maximum control unit in November 1998. The $8 million facility provides 100 cells, a tool to control an increasingly violent prison population and to protect correctional officers and inmates.
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