Dallas, PA State Correctional Institution View

The State Correctional Institution at Dallas was designed by Clarence Littchfield as a model of the 1960’s. Its concept was based on the educational/school model to stress those aspects that encourage and aid in rehabilitation. The facility was opened in January 1960 as a facility to house and care for the male, mentally retarded as defined within the Defective Delinquent Act of 1967. The Defective Delinquent Act was challenged in the courts and repealed on July 20, 1968, by the Supreme Court. This same year, SCI Dallas became a facility for sentenced adult felons serving a prison term of two years or more. Number of Acres Inside Perimeter: 26 Number of Acres Outside Perimeter: 1,307 Number of Operational Structures (inside and outside of perimeter): 51 Number of Housing Units: 17 Housing units consist of both cells and one (1) dormitory-style housing unit..

How to Send Money to State Correctional Institution Dallas

Family and friends can send money to inmates at State Correctional Institution Dallas through approved methods to help them purchase essential items from the commissary.