12190 Jail & Prison

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Hamilton County Jail PO Box 210 Lake Pleasant NY 12108 6.4 miles from 12190 518-548-3113

Warren County Jail 1400 Route 9 Lake George NY 12845 30.4 miles from 12190 518-743-2500

Fulton County Correctional PO Box 29 Johnstown NY 12095 32.7 miles from 12190 518-736-2100

Montgomery County Jail PO Box 432 Fultonville NY 12072 36.8 miles from 12190 518-853-5555

Washington County Jail 399 Broadway Fort Edward NY 12828 37.6 miles from 12190 518-746-2476

Saratoga County Jail 6010 County Farm Road Ballston Spa NY 12020 37.7 miles from 12190 518-885-2479

Herkimer County Correctional Facility 320 North Main Street Herkimer NY 13350 47.0 miles from 12190 315-867-1252

Schenectady City Jail 531 Liberty Street Schenectady NY 12305 48.9 miles from 12190 518-382-5263

Schenectady County Jail 320 Veeder Avenue Schenectady NY 12307 49.2 miles from 12190 518-388-4300

Washington County Jail 11 Cato Street Salem NY 12865 52.8 miles from 12190 518-854-3516

Utica City Jail 413 Oriskany Street West Utica NY 13502 54.1 miles from 12190 315-735-3301

Albany County Correctional Facility 840 Albany Shaker Road Albany NY 12211 55.3 miles from 12190 518-869-2724

About Jails & Prisons

Do Prison inmates work?

Federal Prison inmates and some State Prison inmates are required to work unless they have a medical restriction. Inmates who are participating in educational or treatment programs, or inmates who are considered a security risk, may receive an exemption from work requirements.

How can victims of a crime learn when an inmate is being released?

Most states have a Victim Services Unit or similar agency that can provide information on the release of inmates. In some cases, a petitioner may also be notified of parole hearings.

What is Good Conduct Time?

Good Conduct Time refers to time that can be deducted from an inmate's sentence as a result of good behavior. Though the actual formula for calculating Good Conduct Time is complex, a commonly used rule of thumb is that a year of good behavior can reduce a sentence by roughly 54 days.