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    • Oklahoma Department of Corrections survey of parents in prison

    • Prisoners--Oklahoma--Social conditions.;Children of prisoners--Oklahoma--Social conditions.;Prisoners--Oklahoma--Attitudes.;Public opinion--Oklahoma.;Social surveys--Oklahoma.
    • One of the FY1987 objectives for the Programs and Services Division was to assess the need for a new program focusing on parenting skills, family relationships and care of children during the parent's incarceration.; Part of the assessment process...
    • The hostage handbook

    • Hostages.
    • The department goals are: To prevent hostage situations from occurring through sound security practices, establishing good communication between first line staff and the administration, and positive interaction between staff and inmates. To resolve...
    • John Lilley Correctional Center

    • Correctional institutions--Oklahoma.; John Lilley Correctional Center (Okla.)
    • John Lilley Correctional Center is located on a 256 acre site, one mile east of Boley, Oklahoma on State Highway 62 in Okfuskee County.
    • Quality Assurance annual progress report

    • Oklahoma. Department of Corrections--Quality Assurance--Periodicals.;Corrections--Oklahoma--Periodicals.
    • "Progress Reported on Implementation of Approved Recommendations and Measurements Established During Organizational Review Processes"--cover, 2008 issue.
    • Joseph Harp Correctional Center

    • Joseph Harp Correctional Center (Okla.); Correctional institutions--Oklahoma.;
    • The Joseph Harp Correctional Center is a medium security institution located near the town of Lexington, in central Oklahoma.
    • James Crabtree Correctional Center

    • James Crabtree Correctional Center (Okla.); Correctional institutions--Oklahoma.;
    • James Crabtree Correctional Center is located in Helena, Oklahoma, on the grounds of the old Connell Agriculture College. The institution has a history that precedes statehood. The facility was originally established in 1904, and has served the...
    • Community Sentencing Act annual report

    • Community-based corrections--Oklahoma--Periodicals.
    • The Community Sentencing Division of the Oklahoma Department of Corrections prepared the Community Sentencing Act annual report in compliance with the requirements of 22 O.S. section 988.15.13. Pertinent details concerning assessment, sentencing,...
    • Inside corrections, 07-08/2012

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    • Employee Recognition; Jeffery McCoy, October 31, 1979-May 18, 2012; Craig Beavers, November 20, 1952-May 28, 2012; Aging Offenders & offender Health Care by Patricia Stem, Jody Jones, and Bethany Wagener; Managing the Elderly Offender at John...
    • Inside corrections, 01/2014

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    • Employee Awards & Training Event 2013; Corrections Across the State; 26th Annual Oklahoma Correctional Association Training Conference; 2014 Proposed Legislative Initiative;
    • Joseph Harp Correctional Center

    • Correctional institutions--Oklahoma.; Joseph Harp Correctional Center (Okla.)
    • The Joseph Harp Correctional Center is a medium security institution located near the town of Lexington, in central Oklahoma.
    • Annual report

    • Oklahoma. Department of Corrections--Periodicals.;Corrections--Oklahoma--Periodicals.
    • The Oklahoma Department of Corrections Annual Report is presented in an effort to provide basic data and operating information to assist in decision making and responding to constituents.
    • Oklahoma Department of Corrections study

    • Oklahoma. Department of Corrections.; Prisons--Overcrowding--Olahoma.; Parole--Oklahoma.
    • This study was conducted at the request of Governor Frank Keating in response to concerns about bed space capacity and appropriateness of classification, staffing and budgeting of the Oklahoma Department of Corrections (DOC).
    • Final report to the 45th State Legislature

    • Sentences (Criminal procedure)--Oklahoma.; Community-based corrections--Oklahoma.
    • On behalf of the Oklahoma Truth in Sentencing Policy Advisory Commission I submit the attached as the Commission's first annual report as required by Section 1501 et. seq. of Title 22 of the Statutes of the State of Oklahoma. This report contains...
    • Bill Johnson Correctional Center

    • Charles E. "Bill" Johnson Correctional Center (Alva, Okla.); Correctional institutions--Oklahoma.;
    • The Charles E. “Bill” Johnson Correctional Center (BJCC), a minimum security facility, is the newest of the 17 facilities operated by the Oklahoma Department of Corrections. The facility houses 614 felon drug offenders, ages 18-40 inside the...
    • Jim E. Hamilton Correctional Center

    • Jim E. Hamilton Correctional Center (Okla.); Correctional institutions--Oklahoma.;
    • The area now occupied by Jim E. Hamilton Correctional Center, formerly Ouachita Correctional Center, dates back to 1933 when it served as the home of the Civil Conservation Corps. The facility grounds were later utilized by the U.S. Forestry...
    • Facts about Oklahoma prison recidivism.

    • Prisoners--Oklahoma--Statistics.; Recidivism--Oklahoma--Statistics.
    • The Oklahoma Department of Corrections defines recidivism as the percentage of all offenders released in a given year who have returned to DOC incarceration at the end of a three-year period.; Regarding FY08 Oklahoma Department of Corrections...
    • FY 2001-FY 2006 prison and probation receptions

    • Prisoners--Oklahoma--Statistics.;Probation--Oklahoma--Statistics.;Prisons--Oklahoma--Statistics.;Oklahoma. Department of Corrections--Statistics.;Correctional institutions--Oklahoma--Statistics.
    • The Oklahoma Department of Corrections (DOC) has seen both growth and stability in prison and probation receptions from FY 2001 through FY 2006. This report details those changes and breaks them into separate categories to allow closer analysis.
    • Community work centers

    • Community-based corrections--Oklahoma.
    • The work centers in Oklahoma may well be the future of corrections. They combine local authority, an opportunity for offenders to pay back their debts to society, and constructive public works projects for the community. That combination leads to...
    • System-wide random drug testing annual report, 2002/03

    • Prisoners--Drug testing--Oklahoma--Statistics.
    • In July of 1998, the Oklahoma Department of Corrections (DOC) began a monthly drug testing initiative based on a randomly generated five-percent sample of the offender population. The process is ever changing, and has been both expanded and refined...
    • Mack Alford Correctional Center

    • Correctional institutions--Oklahoma.; Mack Alford Correctional Center (Okla.)
    • The center’s name was officially changed to the Mack Alford Correctional Center, on March 27, 1986, in honor of Warden Mack Alford, a 30 year veteran of corrections who died on March 10, 1986.
    • Facts sheet

    • Oklahoma. Department of Corrections.; Corrections--Oklahoma.
    • Two page list of facts about the Oklahoma Department of Corrections
    • Inside corrections, 05-06/2012

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    • Correctional Officers: a Job Well Done; A Day in the life... ... first thing is There Is No Day by Mike Carpenter; Meet the Correctional Officers: Black heritage program Greater Mount Olive Baptist Church February 13, 2012; Honor Guard Members;...
    • Managing increasing aging inmate populations

    • Older prisoners--Oklahoma.
    • "The inmate population 50 years of age and older in the Oklahoma Department of Corrections has grown from 85 in 1980 to over 3600 in FY2008. The projected population by FY2013 is 5,354, a further 48% increase,...";"The question for policymakers,...
    • John Lilley Correctional Center

    • John Lilley Correctional Center (Okla.); Correctional institutions--Oklahoma.;
    • John Lilley Correctional Center is located on a 256 acre site, one mile east of Boley, Oklahoma on State Highway 62 in Okfuskee County.; On July 1, 1983 the facility was established by the Oklahoma Department of Corrections.
    • Mack Alford Correctional Center

    • Mack Alford Correctional Center (Okla.); Correctional institutions--Oklahoma.
    • Mack Alford Correctional Center Statistics Opened: August 1956 Location: Stringtown Security: Medium Capacity: 805 Gender: Male
    • Offender banking system (OBS) user's guide.

    • Oklahoma. Department of Corrections--Accounting--Software--Handbooks, manuals, etc.; Prisoners--Services for--Oklahoma--Accounting--Software--Handbooks, manuals, etc.; Correctional institutions--Oklahoma--Accounting--Software--Handbooks, manuals,...
    • This guide, in conjunction with department policy and the vendor’s user reference manual, prescribes the procedures and processes that department staff will follow with the Offender Banking System (OBS).; The Offender Banking System (OBS) is a...
    • Northeast Oklahoma Correctional Center

    • Correctional institutions--Oklahoma.; Northeast Oklahoma Correctional Center (Okla.);
    • Northeast Oklahoma Correctional Center (NOCC) is a minimum security facility for adult male offenders. The facility is located on the grounds of the Oklahoma Forensic Center in Vinita, Oklahoma, formerly known as Eastern State Hospital. A
    • Yearbook

    • Oklahoma. Department of Corrections--Periodicals.; Corrections--Oklahoma--Periodicals.; Correctional institutions--Oklahoma--Periodicals.
    • Welcome to a brief and partial review of history for the Oklahoma Department of Corrections in the form this Yearbook.; We produce information related to leadership staff and our facilities.
    • Bill Johnson Correctional Center : delayed sentence program.

    • Charles E. "Bill" Johnson Correctional Center (Alva, Okla.); Sentences (Criminal procedure)--Oklahoma.; Correctional institutions--Oklahoma.; Prisoners--Oklahoma--Attitudes.
    • The Delayed Sentence Program is to provide young offenders the tools to lead a successful life in society. Also, to introduce pro-social behaviors and attitudes that may enhance their ability to have positive relationships in their lives.

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