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The Willard-Cybulski Correctional Institution is a level-two security prison consisting of the Willard Correctional Institution and the Cybulski Correctional Institution, which opened in 1990 and 1993, respectively.
In 1997, the two facilities were consolidated as a means to enhance facility management and fiscal responsibility. The consolidation was the first of a male facility in the state and only the second in the entire agency history.
In 2005, the facility assumed a major role in the consolidation of medical services throughout the agency. This initiative sought to reduce redundancy and improve the delivery of medical services in a fiscally responsible manner by utilizing a regional approach to health care. The Willard-Cybulski Correctional Institution accommodated many of the agency’s level two offenders with significant health care needs.
The Willard building is named in honor of William Willard who served as warden of the Connecticut State Prison in Wethersfield from 1854-1857 and from 1862-1870. The Cybulski building is named in honor of Alexandre J. Cybulski who served as Deputy Warden of the Somers State Prison from 1962-1983.
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