Dick Conner Correctional Center (DCCC) is a medium-security prison for men located in Hominy. It also has a minimum-security unit on its grounds.
DCCC, which has a capacity of 1,196 people, received its first inmates in 1979, and cost $12.8 million to build. It is one of only eight state prisons originally built to house inmates.
The prison is named after former Oklahoma State Penitentiary Warden and Osage County Sheriff R. B. "Dick" Conner.
Many inmates lack education, a key component in avoiding re-incarceration. DCCC offers literacy courses as well as Pre-High School Equivalency and High School Equivalency diplomas. Associate's and/or bachelor's degrees may be earned through partnerships with Tulsa Community College and Langston University.
Substance Abuse Treatment
Nearly all state inmates have some form of substance abuse problem, and for many, that problem is closely related to their criminal behavior. To counteract this, DCCC programming teaches inmates ways to avoid drug and alcohol use, while also helping them develop the cognitive, social, emotional, and coping skills needed to avoid using.
DCCC offers Thinking for a Change, Moral Reconation Therapy, and Associates 4 Success programs to address the thinking, judgment errors, and negative relationships linked with criminal thinking/behavior.
DCCC is one of several state prisons that have infirmaries on their grounds. These provide intensive monitoring and treatment for inmates requiring that level of care 24-7.
DCCC is also home to a Faith and Character unit. The unit helps inmates address negative behavior/thinking patterns in a faith-based setting while they develop positive habits and set pro-social goals.
Inmates can receive mail at any time. Include their name, DOC number and housing assignment if known with their address.
Inmate’s name, number and housing assignment
129 Conner Road
Hominy, OK 74035-0220
Visitation hours vary by each facility. An inmate's security level dictates how many hours he or she may visit with approved visitors.
At DCCC, visitation takes place on Saturdays, Sundays and all state-recognized holidays.
State-recognized holidays that fall on Monday through Friday are “free” visiting day. An inmate's level will dictate the number of hours an inmate may visit on the free visiting day.
Holidays are free visitation days. That means visits on those days do not count against the total number of hours allowed to an inmate. If a holiday falls on Saturday or Sunday, then the hours will count on the total visiting privilege level hours.
All inmate visitors must submit a “Visitor Request Form." You can find a copy of it here.
Background checks will be completed on everyone over 18 or older. The inmate will notify you when the process is complete. The approval process takes approximately 8 weeks once the Visitor Request Form has been returned to DCCC.
As of May 1, 2019, Dick Conner Correctional Center visiting hours are 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saturdays and Sundays.
Processing visitors starts through the sign in/shakedown process at 8:30 a.m. and stops at 1:30 p.m.
- Level 1 - one hour behind glass
- Level 2 - 11 a.m.-1 p.m.
- Level 3 - 9 a.m.-3 p.m. up to four hours per weekend
- Level 4 - 9 a.m.-3 p.m. up to six hours per weekend
Holidays will not count toward the total number of visiting hours.
Inmates are responsible for contacting their approved visitors regarding visiting hours.
Violating these rules and others may result in loss of visitation privileges on the first offense based on the seriousness of the violation:
- Escape (aiding and abetting)
- Introduction of weapons(s)
- Introduction of cellular phones/accessories/electronic devices
- Tobacco, tobacco products, drugs or alcohol (illegal)
- Assaults (staff/visitors/inmates; verbal and/or physical)
Additional visitation rules may be found here.
For a list of approved attire for visitation, go here.