The Clara Waters Community Corrections Center, originally known as the Clara Waters Community Treatment Center (CWCTC), is located on I-35 in northeast Oklahoma City.
The center functions as a multi-faceted facility with components to address the need for additional security beds, work release, and substance abuse treatment programs. It also includes Public Works Program crews to assist local communities, Life Skills and Reentry Transition services, staff or volunteer sponsored trips to religious services, events and educational programs.
CWCTC was opened in March 1978 as an all-female facility, becoming a co-ed facility in September 1983 and remaining that way for almost ten years. In 1992, all of the females at CWCTC were moved in a single day, to swap facilities with all of the males at the Kate Barnard Community Treatment Center (KBCTC). CWCTC became an all-male facility with KBCTC becoming an all-female facility. On May 9, 2003, the facility was severely damaged by a tornado, forcing relocation of the inmate population. The facility was rebuilt and in July 2008, inmates began occupying the dormitories.
Days and Hours
Last names beginning with letters “A” thru “M”
Last names beginning with letters “N” thru “Z”
State recognized holidays between Monday and Friday.
Last names beginning with letters “A” thru “M” 9:00a.m.– 12:00p.m.
Last names beginning with letters “N” thru “Z” 1:00p.m.– 4:00p.m.
CWCCC Inmate Orientation Handbook
- Read the included attachments regarding your visitors:
-Approved dress code
-Identification requirements for your visitors
-Items authorized in the visiting area
-Special rules for children
Any request to visit other than your assigned times is a special visit. These visits can only be approved by the Chief of Security. According to OC-030118-01 entitled visitation a special visit include visits from persons who have traveled long distances and visits between clergy or social service agency representatives.