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Kate Barnard Correctional Center

Kate Barnard Correctional Center

Facility Overview

The Kate Barnard Correctional Center (KBCC) opened in June 1977, (previously known as the Kate Barnard Community Treatment Center) with a capacity of 96 designed to house first-time incarcerated non-violent male inmates serving a sentence of 5 years or less.  The facility was a former motel located near the intersection of Highway 74 and Interstate 44 in Oklahoma City.  In 1992, the facility was converted to a female facility with a capactiy of 162. In 2012, due to major infrastructure issues, the inmates were relocated to the Hillside Community Corrections Center (HCCC).

HCCC had formerly been the Mabel Bassett Correctional Center (MBCC) located just a few yards southeast of the Oklahoma Department of Corrections (ODOC) Administrative Office  Building.  In 2002, The ODOC purchased the Central Oklahoma Correctional Facility, a privately operated facility, located in McLoud, Oklahoma, and in 2003 the MBCC relocated to this facility.

Contacting Inmates

Visititation

Visitation will be allowed as per the following schedule.

General Population

Saturday, Sunday and Holidays:
9am - 3pm