Bedford, Texas

Bedford Municipal Detention Center

Status

Closed
(or ceased migrant detention operations)

2019

Type: Criminal (Prison or pretrial detention centre)

Authority: Governmental

Detains: Undocumented migrants, Asylum seekers, Criminal detainees

Capacity

Not available

Reported Population

17

2016

Inadequate Conditions

Not available

United States

323,591

Immigration detainees

44,270

Detained asylum seekers

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GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS

Contact Information
2121 L. Don Dodson Dr., Bedford, Texas 76021, Tel: 817.952.2430
Center status

Status Closed (or ceased migrant detention operations)

2019

Status In use

2017

Status Closed (or ceased migrant detention operations)

2014

Status In use

2013

Status In use

2012
GDP facility typology

Category Filter Criminal

Type Prison or pretrial detention centre

2012
National typology

Name Intergovernmental Service Agreement (IGSA)

2013
Operating period

Year of Entry 1999

Year Ceased

OPERATIONAL CHARACTERISTICS

Management

Name Bedford Police Department

Type Governmental

2012
Security Regime

Security Level Secure

2012
Maximum official detention period at facility

Length Short-term (3 days or less)

2012
Demographics

Name Adult men

2012

Name Adult women

2012
Categories of detainees

Name Undocumented migrants (administrative)

2012

Name Asylum seekers (administrative)

2012

Name Criminal detainees (convicted or remand)

2012
Total number of detainees (year)

Number 597

2012

Number 775

2011

Number 2

2010
Average daily population

Number 13

2017

Number 9

2017

Number 16

2016

Number 11

2015

Number 15

2013

Number 14

2012

Number 18

2011

Number 10

2010

Number 12

2009

Number 26

2008

Number 13

2007
Reported population at a specific time

Number 17

2016
Inspection grade

Grade Minimum Standards (“Good,” “Acceptable,” or “Meets Standards”)

2016

Grade Minimum Standards (“Good,” “Acceptable,” or “Meets Standards”)

2016

Grade Minimum Standards (“Good,” “Acceptable,” or “Meets Standards”)

2015

Grade Minimum Standards (“Good,” “Acceptable,” or “Meets Standards”)

2014

Grade Minimum Standards (“Good,” “Acceptable,” or “Meets Standards”)

2013

Grade Not Available

2012

Grade Minimum Standards (“Good,” “Acceptable,” or “Meets Standards”)

2011

Grade Above Standards (“Superior”)

2010

Grade Minimum Standards (“Good,” “Acceptable,” or “Meets Standards”)

2009

Grade Minimum Standards (“Good,” “Acceptable,” or “Meets Standards”)

2008

Grade Minimum Standards (“Good,” “Acceptable,” or “Meets Standards”)

2007
Outsourced services and non-state actors
Armed guards
Reported overstays at facility
Estimated average detention period (days)
Gender segregation
Legal segregation
Family segregation
Age segregation
Estimated capacity (administrative immigration detention facility)
Capacity reserved for immigration detainees (criminal facility)
Occupancy rate
Reported overpopulation
Reports of adequate or inadequate conditions
Specially trained personnel
Mistreatment complaints
Access by international organizations, civil society, national institutions
Family access
Consular access
Reported deaths at this facility
Reports of attempted or successful suicides at this facility

BUREAUCRATIC CHARACTERISTICS

Custodial authority

Agency Immigration and Customs Enforcement

Ministry Department of Homeland Security

Ministry Typology Internal or Public Security

2012
Facility owner

State or Privately Owned Government

Name of Owner City

2017
Estimated cost per detainee day at facility (in USD)

Number 51.12

2017
Area of authority or operations

Area of Authority of Operations Dallas Region (DAL)

2013
Estimated annual facility budget (in USD)