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COMPLEJO PENITENTIARY FEDERAL II.
The Federal Prison of Marcos Paz
A typical rural scene surrounds this modern construction. It is a true penitentiary city with a penal population of 1,500 long term prisoners and more than 800 others. The Federal Penitentiary Complex II of Marcos Paz offers what the possibility of hope as a modern establishment and space for the treatment of the prisoner and security for all.

The Penitentiary of Marcos Paz supports good sanitary conditions and the rehabilitation support to prisoners. There are opportunities for prisoners to gain skills in factories and the orchards that grow in the estate of the establishment.

The Penitentiary of Marcos Paz has a Centralized Control Centre and can monitor the movements of all prisoners through 250 cameras.

The Penitentiary Marcos Paz is well protected by the Argentinean Police.

It is the front door for prisoners entering the Federal Penitentiary Service. They soon discover that the mere passage of time only brings hope to obtain their freedom.

In an ample hall is the office of Judicial proceeding of the Unit that takes the first step in the classification: it separates the minors (young adults of 18 to 21 years) from the adults, who will be sent to different establishments.


HOSPITAL OF EZEIZA
The mission of the hospital, incorporated to the Federal Penitentiary Complex (FPC) of Ezeiza city, is ambitious: the assistance of the prisoners and avoid taking them to external medical centers.

The Opening of the Prison Hospital of Ezeizae

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