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    • 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.
    • William S. Key Correctional Center.

    • Correctional institutions--Oklahoma.; William S. Key Correctional Center (Okla.)
    • The William S. Key Correctional Center was formally opened on December 6, 1988 as a minimum security institution at Fort Supply, Oklahoma, and named after General William Key.
    • Yearbook, 2012

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    • Welcome to the 2012 Oklahoma Department of Corrections Yearbook. Yearbooks serve as an instrument to capture our history and to display the efforts of all our dedicated public servant employees.
    • William S. Key Correctional Center

    • Correctional institutions--Oklahoma.; William S. Key Correctional Center (Okla.)
    • The William S. Key Correctional Center was formally opened on December 6, 1988 as a minimum security institution at Fort Supply,
    • William S. Key Correctional Center

    • Correctional institutions--Oklahoma.; William S. Key Correctional Center (Okla.)
    • The William S. Key Correctional Center was formally opened on December 6, 1988 as a minimum security institution at Fort Supply, Oklahoma, and named after General William Key. General Key served as Warden of Oklahoma State Penitentiary on two...
    • Guide for families & friends of offenders

    • Oklahoma. Department of Corrections--Handbooks, manuals, etc.; Corrections--Oklahoma.; Prisoners' families--Oklahoma--Handbooks, manuals, etc.; Correctional institutions--Oklahoma--Handbooks, manuals, etc.
    • The Oklahoma Department of Corrections was created by legislation in May 1967. Today, the agency is the second largest state agency in Oklahoma. The agency operates 17 institutions, 7 community correction centers, 15 community work centers, and 6...

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