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Adirondack Correctional Treatment and Evaluation Center Principal Keeper's Discipline Summary Card File

Held by the New York State Archives


Overview of the Records

Repository:

New York State Archives

New York State Education Department

Cultural Education Center

Albany, NY 12230

Summary:
This series consists of summary information on inmate discipline at Adirondack Correctional Treatment and Evaluation Center. Information includes inmate's name and number; original institution; alias; jail time; date eligible for parole; maximum expiration date; crimes; criminal act; value of money or goods; if goods were recovered; place act committed; arrest date; arresting agency; names and locations of accomplices; birth date; physical characteristics such as hair and eye color; religion; color or nationality; education; employment; and transfer information.
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Quantity:
2 cubic feet
Inclusive Dates:
approximately 1966-1975
Series Number:
B0150

Arrangement

Alphabetic by inmate's last name.

Administrative History

Clinton Diagnostic and Treatment Center was established in 1966, renamed Adirondack Correctional Treatment and Evaluation Center (ACTEC) in 1972, and discontinued in 1975.

Scope and Content Note

These are record cards of ACTEC inmates (all transferred from other facilities) kept by the principal keeper (chief disciplinary officer) at each facility.

The following information is recorded on these cards: inmate's name and number; institution to which inmate was originally sentenced; date received at that institution; date sentenced; alias; judge; court; county; jail time; date eligible for parole; maximum expiration date; crimes or charges; criminal act (description); act attributed to; date act committed; value of money or goods; if goods were recovered; place act committed; date of arrest; arresting agency; names and locations of accomplices; personal data including date of birth, age, height, weight, hair and eye color, and other characteristics; religion; color or nationality; education: age left school; occupation; dates of last employment; name of last employer; address of employer, type of work; salary; social security number, military service branch; use of alcohol and drugs; city, state, and country of birth if not born in U.S.; date of entry and if naturalized; residence on arrest; number of years; legal residence and years in state; marital status; siblings; dependents; and name and address of nearest relative.

Also on the card is a transfer record giving date of transfer and where transferred; a disciplinary record giving date of infraction, officer, charge, and action taken; work record giving dates and work assignment; parole record giving dates and disposition; and often photographs of the inmates.

Use of Records

Access Restrictions

Summary information on adult inmates is disclosable under law. State Archives staff will review records containing probation, parole, medical, and juvenile criminal history data and disclose information pursuant to the Freedom of Information Law and Personal Privacy Protection Law. The identity of victims of sex crimes is not disclosable. Unless a specific law forbids disclosure indefinitely, all records must be disclosed after 75 years.

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Detailed Description

Contents Box

Accretion: B0150-77
Inmate Last Names A - B 1
Inmate Last Names C - D 2
Inmate Last Names E - G 3
Inmate Last Names H - Mc 4
Inmate Last Names M - R 5
Inmate Last Names S - Z 6