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Indiana Department of Correction

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Facility Summary


Security Level

Avg Daily Population
Calendar Year 2013: 32

Celled Space


Lori Harshbarger

1118 South State Road 25
Logansport, IN 46947

Phone Number
(574) 753-5549

The Logansport Juvenile Correctional Facility Intake Unit (formerly the Logansport Juvenile Intake/Diagnostic Facility) was originally designed to serve as a detention center for Cass County.  The Logansport Juvenile Facility was leased by the State of Indiana, Indiana Department of Correction and opened as a long term, maximum security juvenile facility in 1992.  In 1995 the Department of Correction identified the need to convert the Logansport Juvenile Facility from a long term maximum security facility to the intake facility for all male juveniles committed to the Indiana Department of Correction, Juvenile Services Division.  In July 1995, the Logansport Juvenile Intake/Diagnostic Facility officially began operating under its current mission.  The facility was officially purchased by the State of Indiana from Cass County in August 1996.  In January 2006, the facility added the Community Supervision Violators to its mission.

Today, the Intake Unit is an 84 bed maximum security facility serving as the intake facility for all male juveniles between the ages of 12 and 18 who have been committed to the Indiana Department of Correction or have been ordered by the court for a pre-dispositional diagnostic evaluation.

Community Advisory Board

2014 CAB Members

Volunteer Information

Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteers are needed to contribute their time and compassion to youth in group/ individual settings. Opportunities exist for ongoing programs as well as one time or occasional special programs. Programs can be religious or secular in nature for a variety of spiritual, cultural, educational and therapeutic needs.

Donations Needs

  • Religious reference books
  • Arts, crafts, materials, and supplies
  • Used greeting cards
  • Games and puzzles

Community Involvement Coordinator

Shannon Hiles

Please contact the Community Involvement Coordinator if you are interested in volunteering or making a donation. For general volunteer information, please visit the IDOC Volunteer page.