This article possibly contains original research. (February 2010)
|Location||Skærbæk, Region of Southern Denmark, Denmark.|
|Managed by||The Danish Prison and Probation Service|
The site originally housed a camp for young unemployed people in 1943 but was temporarily taken over by the Prison and Probation Service to house inmates from the open government work house program. The prison was taken over by the German occupiers, and in 1946 it was converted into a real state prison. During the 1960s, the majority of its present buildings were built on the site.