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The Las Colinas Detention Facility (LCDF) serves as the primary point of intake for women inmates in San Diego County. This facility began as a juvenile facility in 1967 and was converted to an adult women’s institution in 1979. LCDF is the department’s oldest facility.
LCDF rests on 15 acres of land and has 11 housing units. Of the 11 units, seven are “dormitory” style, meaning the inmates share a common living and sleeping space. The Board of State and Community Corrections (BSCC) rated capacity is 432 beds.