Former Penn State defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky will serve the remainder of his 30-to-60-year child sex abuse sentence at the State Correctional Institution at Greene, about 50 miles south of Pittsburgh, according to the state Department of Corrections.
Sandusky, 68, will be placed in protective custody at the prison, Corrections Secretary John Wetzel said in a statement today. The corrections department transferred Sandusky after he completed an evaluation process at a diagnostic and classification center in Camp Hill.
Protective custody involves inmates being housed in a single cell while under additional supervision and escort whenever out of the cell, the corrections department said. Inmates are offered one hour of individual exercise per day, five days a week, and showers three times a week.
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