Jackie Brannon Correctional Center (JBCC) is a minimum-security facility for men located on 1,506 acres in northwest McAlester. Established inside a former hospital 1927, JBCC's three housing units are home to more than 700 inmates.
JBCC began life as a trusty unit of Oklahoma State Penitentiary next door. It did not become a standalone institution until 1985. Agri-Services has a meat processing center, a dairy and milk processing center, an egg distribution center, a cow/calf operation, and a beef cattle operation at the facility.
The facility is named for former Oklahoma State Penitentiary Deputy Associate Warden Jackie Brannon.