The New Castle Correctional Facility was the first Indiana Department of Correction owned, privately managed correctional facility in the state. The contract was awarded September 28, 2005 to The GEO Group, Inc., with a commencement date of January 2, 2006. Since then, NCCF has grown to be one of the largest state owned, privately managed correctional facilities in the United States with a maximum capacity of nearly 3,200 adult male inmates. The GEO Group, Inc. works with partners Wexford Health Sources, Aramark, Liberty Behavioral Health, Midwest Psychological Services, and Action Temporary Inc., to offer a vast array of services to the inmate population.
The New Castle Correctional Facility strives to provide a full range of correctional services and evidence-based programming including academic, vocational, cognitive behavioral, substance abuse, life skill, and transition planning aimed at addressing the criminogenic needs and reducing the potential for recidivism of individuals comprising a diverse population of minimum security, maximum security, protective custody, severely mentally ill, and sex offenders within a facility governed by the highest level of safety and security operational standards.
-Commitment to operational excellence
-Commitment to maintain a close relationship with the client (IDOC) grounded in honesty, knowledge, dependability and flexibility
-Commitment to facilitating quality company growth by becoming a diversified government services provider
- Scored 100% in each of our four American Correctional Association (ACA) Re-Accreditation Audits
- Scored 100% on our inaugural OSHA mandated, Workplace Violence Assessment and Audit
- Scored 100% on our initial Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) Certification Audit