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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- ACA AccreditedYes
Florence Chamber of Commerce; Relay for Life; American Cancer Society; Florence Elementary School
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