Sunday, February 7, 2021

COVID-19 Cases Linked to Saskatchewan Provincial Jails and Prisons

* Updated 13 February 2021 at 11:05am EST *

590 Reported COVID-19 Cases Linked to Saskatchewan Provincial Jails and Prisons as of 12 February 2021 *

Prisoners = 454 
Staff = 136
Total = 590

* Data based on figures made publicly available through government and media reporting. 

INSTITUTIONS AND CASES

Regina Correctional Centre

Prisoners = 170

Staff = 44

Total = 214

Source: Saskatoon Star Phoenix (12 February 2021)


Saskatoon Correctional Centre

Prisoners = 178

Staff = 60

Total = 238

Source: Saskatoon Star Phoenix (12 February 2021)


Prince Albert Correctional Centre

Prisoners = 81

Staff = 16

Total = 97

Source: Saskatoon Star Phoenix (12 February 2021)


Pine Grove Correctional Centre

Prisoners = 17

Staff = 5

Total = 22

Source: Saskatoon Star Phoenix (12 February 2021)


Bernard Lake Correctional Camp

Prisoners = 1

Staff = 0

Total = 1

Source: Saskatoon Star Phoenix (12 February 2021)


Saskatchewan Hospital North Battleford 

Prisoners = 0

Staff = 1

Total = 1

Source: Saskatoon Star Phoenix (12 February 2021)


Paul Dojack Youth Centre

Prisoners = 5

Staff = 3

Total = 8

Source: Saskatoon Star Phoenix (12 February 2021)


Kilburn Hall Youth Centre

Prisoners = 2

Staff = 3

Total = 5

Source: Saskatoon Star Phoenix (12 February 2021)


Prince Albert Youth Residence

Prisoners = 0

Staff = 2

Total = 2

Source: Saskatoon Star Phoenix (12 February 2021)


Drumming Hill Youth Centre

Prisoners = 0

Staff = 2

Total = 2

Source: Saskatoon Star Phoenix (12 February 2021)


RESEARCH PROJECT AND FUNDING 

The data above was compiled as part of the "COVID-19: Investigating Canada's Carceral Response to the Coronavirus through the Prison Pandemic Partnership" (principal investigator: Kevin Walby, PhD - uWinnipeg | co-investigator: Justin Piché, PhD - uOttawa | partner organization: Canadian Civil Liberties Association) project funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada. The partnership project is housed within the Centre for Access to Information and Justice at the University of Winnipeg. 

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