The Rutland Herald reports that Windsor residents will "soon see inmates contributing to the community as the Southeast State Correctional Facility moves from a women's prison to a men's work camp." Currently, "the prison is empty, with the last of the women transferred Jan. 10 to Northwest State Correctional Facility in Swanton. For the past week, the staff has undergone training to prepare for 100 men who will arrive in early February, said Superintendent David Bovat." When the Windsor facility opens in February, it will "host the second work camp in the state." Notably, "the offenders chosen for the camp are considered low-risk compared to the general population, with no violent felony convictions."