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    • Yearbook

    • 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.
    • 2009; 2010
    • Enid Community Corrections Center.

    • The Enid Community Corrections Center, located in Enid, Oklahoma, opened in 1974 as a treatment center. The facility, formerly a motel, consists of four large buildings and two smaller storage/laundry buildings.; The mission of Enid Community...
    • 2012-01
    • Howard McLeod Correctional Center.

    • The HMCC Career Tech Skills Center gives offenders the opportunity to acquire job skills n the areas of Heavy Equipment Operation, Welding, and Precision Machining Technology. Career Tech also aids released offenders in job placement in order to...
    • 2012-01
    • Oklahoma City Community Corrections Center.

    • The mission of the Oklahoma City Community Corrections Center is to provide offenders with the opportunity to achieve all positive goals they have set for their re-entry plan success. The district will utilize its well trained and dedicated staff,...
    • 2012-01
    • Lexington Assessment and Reception Center.

    • The Lexington Assessment and Reception Center began construction in 1976 as a part of the Oklahoma Master Plan, authored by F. Warren Benton, Ph.D. The maximum security receiving, medical, support services, and administrative core building composed...
    • 2012-01
    • Dr. Eddie Warrior Correctional Center.

    • EWCC houses minimum-security female offenders. The facility is divided into two general population units and the Regimented Treatment Program (RTP), a 12 month military style program with substance abuse and domestic violence components added to...
    • 2012-01
    • Dick Conner Correctional Center.

    • Dick Conner Correctional Center provides job opportunities for both medium and minimum security offenders. A significant amount of the minimum-security offenders are assigned to the Prisoner Public Work Program crews.; The post OSP riot master plan...
    • 2012-01
    • Kate Barnard Community Corrections Center.

    • The Kate Barnard Community Treatment Center was opened in June, 1977. The center is housed in a former motel located in northwest Oklahoma City.; The mission of Kate Barnard Community Corrections Center (KBCCC) is to successfully transition...
    • 2012-01
    • Lawton Community Corrections Center.

    • The Lawton Community Corrections Center (LCCC) is a community corrections center of the Southwest District Community Corrections. The center opened in April 1973 and is located in the southwestern portion of Lawton, Oklahoma and is a male only...
    • 2012-01
    • Union City Community Corrections Center.

    • The mission of Union City Community Corrections Center (UCCCC) is to provide quality treatment programs that develop and promote responsible and positive behavior for offenders to become law abiding members of the community. UCCCC contributes to...
    • 2012-01
    • Hillside Community Corrections Center.

    • The Hillside Community Corrections Center was originally opened as the Mabel Bassett Community Treatment Center in January, 1974 and changed to a medium security facility in 1978. In 1982, the center was converted to include maximum security...
    • 2012-01
    • Oklahoma State Penitentiary.

    • After statehood, McAlester was chosen as the site for the Oklahoma State Penitentiary (OSP) and 1,556 acres northwest of McAlester was set aside for the maximum security facility.
    • 2012-01
    • Oklahoma State Reformatory.

    • The legislature created the Oklahoma State Reformatory (OSR) in 1909. The construction of OSR was accomplished with prisoner labor. The construction material was primarily granite rock from the Reformatory’s own mountain, “Wildcat Mountain.”
    • 2012-01
    • Northeast Oklahoma Correctional Center.

    • 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.
    • 2012-01
    • Mack Alford Correctional Center

    • 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.
    • 2013-03
    • Oklahoma City Community Corrections Center

    • The mission of the Oklahoma City Community Corrections Center is to provide offenders with the opportunity to achieve all positive goals they have set for their re-entry plan success. The district will utilize its well trained and dedicated staff,...
    • 2013-03
    • Union City Community Corrections Center.

    • The mission of Union City Community Corrections Center (UCCCC) is to provide quality treatment programs that develop and promote responsible and positive behavior for offenders to become law abiding members of the community. UCCCC contributes to...
    • 2013-03
    • Bill Johnson Correctional Center

    • The Charles E. “Bill” Johnson Correctional Center (BJCC) is the newest of the 17 facilities operated by the Oklahoma Department of Corrections. The facility houses 614 male, felon drug offenders, ages 18-40.
    • 2013-03
    • James Crabtree Correctional Center

    • Since the transfer of this facility to the Oklahoma Department of Corrections in 1982, the James Crabtree Correctional Center has undergone three major construction phases. It currently is composed of eight housing units, and houses medium and...
    • 2013-03
    • Lexington Assessment and Reception Center

    • Although the facility opened in 1971, it remained obscure with virtually no documented history until 1977 when the Lexington Assessment and Reception Center (LARC) opened adjacent to the Lexington Correctional Center (LCC). Since the opening of...
    • 2013-03
    • Oklahoma State Penitentiary

    • After statehood, McAlester was chosen as the site for the Oklahoma State Penitentiary (OSP) and 1,556 acres northwest of McAlester was set aside for the maximum security facility.
    • 2013-03
    • Northeast Oklahoma Correctional Center

    • 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
    • 2013-03
    • William S. Key Correctional Center

    • 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...
    • 2013-03
    • Lawton Community Corrections Center

    • The Lawton Community Corrections Center (LCCC) is a community corrections center of the Southwest District Community Corrections. The center opened in April 1973 and is located in the southwestern portion of Lawton, Oklahoma. and is a male only...
    • 2013-03
    • Dick Conner Correctional Center

    • However, a 1977 Joint Senate-House Resolution renamed the facility, for the third and final time, the Dick Conner Correctional Center. The facility’s namesake is R. B. “Dick” Conner, a former local Sheriff of Osage County and former OSP warden. The...
    • 2013-03
    • Jess Dunn Correctional Center

    • The institution is located on approximately 1,100 acres and is comprised of six major buildings that house residents and administration. Maintenance shops, OCI farm complex, laundry, vo-tech, supply, and other support operations are housed in other...
    • 2013-03
    • Bill Johnson Correctional Center

    • 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...
    • 2014-04
    • Jim E. Hamilton Correctional Center

    • 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...
    • 2014-04
    • James Crabtree Correctional Center

    • 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...
    • 2014-04
    • Oklahoma State Reformatory

    • The legislature created the Oklahoma State Reformatory (OSR) in 1909. The construction of OSR was accomplished with prisoner labor. The construction material was primarily granite rock from the Reformatory’s own mountain, “Wildcat Mountain.
    • 2014-04
    • Northeast Oklahoma Correctional Center

    • 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.
    • 2014-04
    • Oklahoma State Penitentiary

    • Prior to statehood in 1907, all felons convicted in Oklahoma Territory were transferred to Kansas, at a cost of 25 cents per day. After statehood, McAlester was chosen as the site for the Oklahoma State Penitentiary (OSP) and 1,556 acres northwest...
    • 2014-04
    • Union City Community Corrections Center

    • Union City was originally built for Avalon Corporation in 1999, as a high-security juvenile facility. The structure, approximately 45,270 square feet on 20 acres, was purchased by the Oklahoma Department of Corrections in July 2006. It was...
    • 2014-04
    • Lexington Assessment and Reception Center

    • The Lexington Assessment and Reception Center began construction in 1976 as a part of the Oklahoma Master Plan, authored by F. Warren Benton, Ph.D. The maximum security receiving, medical, support services, and administrative core building composed...
    • 2014-04

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