Violence by inmates against staff and other convicts, and the use of force against inmates by guards, spiked dramatically after Dayton Correctional Institution switched from an all-male to an all-female prison in October 2011, according to a study by the state legislature’s prison watchdog group.
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Dayton Correctional Institution
Total staff: 260
Fiscal 2013 budget: $23.8 million
Population: 887 women
Minimum security: 233
Medium security: 485
Close security: 165
Maximum security: 4
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