George W. Hill Correctional Facility
George W. Hill Correctional Facility is a county-owned, privately managed jail and prison located in Delaware County, Pennsylvania, in the townships of Thornbury and Concord. It has a Thornton postal address, and is within the Philadelphia metropolitan area. Founded in 1998, the jail was previously managed and operated by Boca Raton, Florida's GEO Group until 2009 and was run by West Caldwell, New Jersey based company, Community Education Centers (CEC). In April 2017, GEO Group completed an acquisition of CEC, regaining management of the prison. Currently, the facility is managed by GEO Group and generally houses inmates with sentences of two years less one day or a state sentences of five years less one day. The facility is currently Pennsylvania's only privately operated county jail. The jail occupies fewer than 144 acres (58 ha) of land on a more than 414-acre (168 ha) plot of county property.