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  • ODOC takes two facilities off lockdown, reinstates visitation; Most medium-security prisons on normal operations with visitation restored

    OKLAHOMA CITY – The Oklahoma Department of Corrections has ended the lockdown at Jim E. Hamilton Correctional Center and Northeast Oklahoma Correctional Center, restoring visitation at those facilities for this weekend. Additionally, the agency has returned Joseph Harp Correctional Center, Lexington Correctional Center and Oklahoma State Penitentiary’s medium yard fully to normal operations with visitation. The changes announced today return all Oklahoma minimum-security prisons...  Read More...

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    Bond project update - new water softeners for LARC and JHCC

    Last year, state lawmakers passed a $116.5 bond issue authorizing the Oklahoma Department of Corrections to bond out repairs, improvements and other needed projects at its 24 facilities across the state. With 91 current projects stretched across the state, a big part of those needed improvements include major facility infrastructure projects, as well as physical plant updates like water softeners, sewer lines, new plumbing and boilers. One recently completed effort installed new water softe...  Read More...

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    Volunteer Organization of the Year is Crossings Community Church

    Our Volunteer Organization of the Year is Crossings Community Church in Oklahoma City. Church leaders wanted Joseph Harp Correctional Center inmates to participate in Willow Creek Church’s Global Leadership Summit. So they donated more than $15,000 in audio and video equipment.   Read More...

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