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Located at the southeast tip of the state of Florida, Miami-Dade county is the southeastern most mainland county in the U.S. It is also the most populous county in Florida and seventh-most populous in the country, with 2,662,874 residents in 2014. It spans an area of 1,946 square miles, although 533 square miles is covered by water, most of it in Biscayne Bay. Originally named Dade County when it was created in 1836, the title was changed in 1997 to include the name of the county seat, Miami, which is internationally recognized.

To serve the large population, the Miami-Dade County Corrections and Rehabilitation Department runs four facilities with a total average of 5,642 inmates. In addition, the department has a work release center, a boot camp program for juveniles, and a medical unit in Jackson Memorial Hospital. The largest of these facilities is the Metro West Detention Center, housing up to 3,098 male and female inmates in maximum, medium, and minimum security. Located at 13850 NW 41st Street, Miami, Florida 33178, the center can be reached at 786-263-5154.

The Pre-Trial Detention Center has 1,712 beds for inmates being booked and processed. Most prisoners stay here for a limited time, but their charges range from traffic offenses to capital crimes. The address of the center is 1321 NW 13th Street Miami, Florida 33125, and the phone number is 786-263-4100.

The third facility is the Turner Guilford Knight Correctional Center, often referred to as the “TGK”, located at 7000 NW 41st Street, Miami, Florida 33166. Both males and females are housed in the TGK at various levels of custody. It holds a total of 1,300 beds. The phone number is 786-263-5600.

The Training and Treatment Center, the final county facility, is located near the TGK at 6950 NW 41st Street, Miami, Florida 33166, and may be reached by phone at 786-263-5713. As many as 1,265 males with both misdemeanor and felony charges may be housed in the center.

Miami-Dade County is also home to several facilities run by the Florida Department of Corrections. These include the Everglades Correctional Institution, located at 1599 S.W. 187th Avenue, Miami, FL 33194, with beds for 1,788 males; Dade Correctional Institution, housing up to 1,521 males at 19000 S.W. 377th Street, Florida City, FL 33034; and and Homestead Correctional Institution, also at 19000 S.W. 377th Street, Florida City, which houses a maximum of 668 females. Additionally, there are a number of work camps connected to the institutions.

Miami-Dade County Corrections And Rehab. Address: 2525 N.W. 62ND STREET MIAMI FL 33147

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