The Northwest Detention Center, a privately owned and operated immigration detention center, was built on the Tacoma Tideflats to replace a similar facility in Seattle. It opened in 2004 with a 500-bed capacity and has since expanded capacity three times, to 1,575 beds, making it one of the largest immigration detention centers in the United States.
The Northwest Detention Center, a privately owned and operated immigration detention center, was built on the Tacoma Tideflats to replace a similar facility in Seattle. It opened in 2004 with a 500-bed capacity and has since expanded capacity three times, to 1,575 beds, making it one of the largest immigration detention centers in the United States. DEAN J. KOEPFLER Staff file, 2012
The Northwest Detention Center, a privately owned and operated immigration detention center, was built on the Tacoma Tideflats to replace a similar facility in Seattle. It opened in 2004 with a 500-bed capacity and has since expanded capacity three times, to 1,575 beds, making it one of the largest immigration detention centers in the United States. DEAN J. KOEPFLER Staff file, 2012

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