North Dakota State Prison Inmate Details for LYNCH, ZACHARY LYNCH
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|Name||LYNCH, ZACHARY GLENN|
|Date of Birth||05/04/1978|
|Est. Release Date||02/13/2018|
|Facility||Bismarck Transition Center (701) 328-6100|
|2001 Lee Avenue Bismarck, ND58504|
DOCR Division of Adult ServicesThe DOCR Division of Adult Services includes three separate prisons located in three different areas. The North Dakota State Penitentiary was established in Bismarck in 1885, and houses 520 maximum and medium security male inmates. The goal of the prison is to keep the public safe, while also offering habilitative work, treatment, and educational programs that will effect change in the inmates behavior. The James River Correctional Center was opened in 1998 on the grounds of the State Hospital in Jamestown. This facility can house about 400 male medium security inmates. A 24 bed unit called the Special Assistance Unit is also located at JRCC that housed inmates with serious mental illness or require special assistance. The Missouri River Correctional Center located four miles southwest of Bismarck, was first established in the 1940s as the State Farm. It has since grown to a 151-bed facility for minimum security males. Although some agricultural work is still performed there, the current purpose of the MRCC is to reintegrate offenders into society by offering work release and community treatment programming.
The NDSP, in Bismarck, is the original prison complex for the state and houses maximum to minimum high custody inmates. JRCC, located in Jamestown, is designed to hold medium-security male inmates. The MRCC, in southwest Bismarck, houses minimum low and community custody male inmates.
North Dakota Department of Correction
Wahpeton, ND 58075