September 30, 2014: Two prisoners attacked guards as the guards attempted to intervene in a fight. Three guards were transported to a local hospital for treatment.
September 3, 2014: Approximately a dozen prisoners swarmed staff in the kitchen area and began assaulting them at about 11:45 a.m. Some prisoners used kitchen implements as weapons. A similar incident occurred simultaneously on the floor above the first attack. It appeared
March 11, 2014: Four prisoners broke the toilets out of their solitary confinement cells and used them to smash holes in the walls of five cells. The prisoners climbed through the holes and then confronted a guard with bricks from the walls. The guard retreated and the
July 17, 2011: Staff "lose control" of the youth detention facility in what staff later call a "full-blown riot" that leads to multiple injuries. The state Office of Children and Family Services, the state agency that oversees the FLRC, admits that a "disturbance" took place
December 11, 2010: An uprising involving around 30 teenage boys took place at Lincoln Hall, a privately run juvenile facility for boys contracted by the state of New York. The youth allegedly threw rocks, smashed windows, and injured several employees.