|Department Name||Mississippi Department of Corrections|
|Currently Incarcerated Inmates||https://www.ms.gov/mdoc/inmate|
|Location||301 North Lamar Street, Jackson, MS 39201|
|Phone Number||(601) 359-5600|
It wouldn't be until 1789 when Mississippi’s territory finally sorted out that they were ideal to begin shaping their own Department of Corrections. This was one of the primary states to get a Department of Corrections at long last. During this time, numerous states didn't embrace a jail-like framework. They didn't have any justifiable purpose for the individuals who perpetrated violations in their region.
The first-historically speaking office that the Mississippi Department of Corrections utilized was known as Natchez. This office was being used from the second it opened until it couldn't get used any longer. It was in continuous use for around 50 or so years.
During this time, the Department of Corrections concluded that they required another office. The Natchez office was beginning to glance run down in stuff. They would at last form an office in 1840. This office was with the current occasions and could hold up to 200 prisoners.
Simultaneously, the state was trying to lessen the jail populace. Studies had discovered that minor decreases in a long sentence didn't influence the pace of recidivism, indicating that detainees could be paroled before for specific kinds of wrongdoings without impacting public security. In 2008, the state passed SB 2136 to empower peaceful detainees to be again qualified for parole after carrying out 25% of their punishment.
The new law was assessed to influence "roughly 4,500 detainees, or about 25% of the 22,800 complete populace. A special component of SB 2136 was that it was applied retroactively to immediately affect the jail populace and guarantee value in the condemning cycle. Around 3,000 detainees or 12% of the all-out populace had just met their time-served prerequisite and were promptly qualified for parole thought." To help jail officials and parole load up evaluate applicants, the Agency of Equity Help built up a science-based danger appraisal instrument to apply.
Quick forward consistently, the Department of Corrections would keep on building an ever-increasing number of offices to keep up enough space for the detainee populace. Presently, the Department of Corrections has numerous structures added to their repertoire with numerous prisoners within them.
In 2009 and 2014, the state passed enactment to provide further adaptability in condemning and parole specific detainees’ specific classes, diminishing the jail populace and returning peaceful offenders before their families and networks.
The ACA authorizes all Department of Adjustment restorative offices.