Private prisons are closing, but private immigration detention is not


An August 2021 CDC inspection of the ICA Farmville Detention Center in Virginia found that the layout of the dorms and living quarters would make it difficult to prevent another outbreak of COVID-19. Photo by Paul Caffrey/U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

By Angilee Shah

In the middle of Virginia, at the foot of the Blue Ridge Mountains, a privately-run immigration detention center that is designed to confine over 700 people per day, now has at most 11 detainees at a cost of about $2 million per month to the federal government.



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