PO Box 13278
Las Cruces, NM 88013











Cedric Johnson



The Joliet Correctional Center is the oldest of Illinois' four maximum security facilities. Thirty-three inmates were first received at Joliet in May 1858. Joliet Correctional Center was built partly due to the overcrowding of the prison at Alton – the state’s first prison, which closed in 1860. In December 1872, Joliet had an inmate population of 1,239 making it the largest prison in the United States, a distinction it held for several decades. Joliet’s role as a maximum security facility has changed and evolved over the years, resulting in the modern facility that exits today.


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