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The Danville Adult Detention Center (ADC) is a minimum-security work prison. The facility houses approximately 160 men. Most are assigned throughout the City to one of several work crews. Their responsibilities include:
Creating and maintaining road side gardens
Mowing all main thoroughfares, rights of way, and City parks
Removing leaves and litter
Cleaning brush, trees, and other vegetation
Sorting and distributing trash for the City recycling program
Preparing and cleaning snow and ice from bridges, City sidewalks and parking lots
Performing grounds maintenance
Painting and renovating City buildings
Picking up and delivering materials for City departments such as the Courts, Social Services, Library, etc.
Maintaining the ADC inmate population: cooking, cleaning, laundry, building and grounds renovation and maintenance (including providing meals and laundry services for female inmates supervised by the Sheriff's Department)
Also, ADC provides several programs for inmates, including:
Education program directed toward achieving a GED
A work release and weekender incarceration program directed toward allowing legitimately employed inmates to retain their employment during their incarceration period
A transition program directed toward assisting Danville area inmates incarcerated in state prisons to seamlessly return to society