Florence Correctional CenterCustomer base: U.S. Marshals Service; State of Vermont; Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) - Facility Type: Medium-Security, Owned since 1999
1100 Bowling Road,
Florence, AZ 85132
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Facility Leader: Brian Koehn, Warden
Brian Koehn was named warden of Florence Correctional Center in August of 2010. Prior to FCC, Koehn served as warden at Metro-Davidson County Detention Center and as director of security at the Facility Support Center. He began his career at CCA as a sergeant at Prairie Correctional Facility where he promoted through the ranks as assistant shift supervisor, SORT commander, and training manager. Keohn transferred to Northeast Ohio Correctional Center as assistant warden of operations and then to Idaho Correctional Facility as assistant warden of operations, program and operational support. Koehn spent 16 years serving the military in the U. S. Marine, Marine Reservist and Minnesota/Ohio National Guardsman.
Florence Chamber of Commerce; Relay for Life; American Cancer Society; Florence Elementary School
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