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  • ODOC statement on Gov. Stitt's State of the State address

    OKLAHOMA CITY -- We pledge to continue working with Oklahoma’s elected leaders to provide them information they need to make critical decisions governing our state. Oklahoma Department of Corrections employees do some of the state’s most dangerous jobs and are among the lowest paid state workers. In fact, our correctional officers remain the lowest paid in this part of the United States.   Read More...

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    28 ODOC cadets graduate, will staff facilities throughout eastern Oklahoma

    MCALESTER – Twenty-eight correctional security officer cadets graduated Tuesday from the Oklahoma Department of Corrections satellite training academy. A ceremony, attended by agency leadership, as well as the cadets’ friends and family, honored the men and women at The Kings House church. The cadets will go on to work posts at Eddie Warrior Correctional Center and Jess Dunn Correctional Center in Taft, John Lilley Correctional Center in Boley, Mack Alford Correctional Cent...  Read More...

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    35 new Correctional Officers graduate

    35 new cadets graduated Thursday from our training academy in Wilson. Check out these photos from the graduation, attended by their friends and families. These brave men and women are stepping into the front lines of criminal justice, into a tough, stressful but rewarding career with good benefits and chance for advancement. Thursday’s cadets will start at facilities all across the state, including North Fork Correctional Center, Dick Conner Correctional Center, Oklahoma Sta...  Read More...

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