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    Oklahoma Department Corrections wins Gov. Stitt’s “Cross-Agency Collaboration Award”

    Above: From left, Oklahoma Department of Corrections Chief of Operations Justin Farris, Chief of Staff Clint Castleberry and Director Scott Crow pose for a photo with Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt and the Cross-Agency Collaboration Award. Nominated by multiple state agencies, ODOC received its award for its phenomenal collaboration with other government entities last year in public safety reform.OKLAHOMA CITY -- The Oklahoma Department of Corrections (ODOC) was recently recognized by the govern...  Read More...

  • ODOC collaborating with governor’s office, nonprofits, to host inmate transition fairs

    OKLAHOMA CITY -- A key criminal justice reform initiated by voters is bringing unprecedented opportunity for hundreds of non-violent Oklahoma inmates to become productive citizens. In preparation for the release of more than 700 current inmates in November, the governor’s office and several state agencies, volunteer organizations, and community partners, are working together to provide essential resources to these inmates whose sentences will be commuted as provided for in House Bill 1269,...  Read More...

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