The Ulster County Law Enforcement Center (UCLEC) opened in 2007. The facility houses the Ulster County Jail and also serves as headquarters for the Sheriff’s Patrol and Civil Divisions. The detention facility is a state-of-the-art direct supervision model for housing inmates. The rated capacity is 426 inmates being supervised by 153 mandated security staff. The facility itself has built-in design features that enable it to be expanded to a new higher capacity of 502 by double bunking. Currently inmates are being boarded-in from surrounding counties and other New York counties, which earns additional revenues for Ulster.