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Federal Bureau of Prisons

Inmate Gender: Offenders
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Judicial District:Western Oklahoma
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Operations

Operations are being modified at this facility due to COVID-19. Learn more ....

This facility may have modified visiting hours and regulations provided below. For questions or concerns please contact the facility using the phone number or email address listed on this page.

Visiting Information

  • Visiting Overview
    How to visit an inmate. This covers the basic fundamentals that apply to all of our facilities. The BOP welcomes visitors to our institutions as we resume social visiting. We remind all visitors to carefully review our special visiting procedures during the COVID pandemic, and also remind all visitors to observe applicable state and local COVID travel restrictions in planning your visit to the institution.
  • Special Visiting Resource

    Special Visiting Schedule & Procedures
    Modified visitation due to COVID-19.
  • Normal Visiting Schedule & Procedures
    Official policy at that outlines the specific regulations and procedures for visiting an inmate at this facility.

    Also available in Spanish: Regulaciones de Visitas

  • Resources for Media Representatives
    Conditions under which qualified media representatives may visit institutions.

Visiting Schedule

Notice about visiting hours

These visiting hours are displayed in an easy to read format for your convienience. They represent the most typical visiting hours at this facility but may not cover all cases; for example, inmates confined to a special housing unit will usually have a modified visiting schedule.

For this reason, you should confirm these visiting hours and other important visiting information by refering to this facility's official policy about these matters:
Visiting Regulations

Additionally, the Warden may restrict or cancel visiting for the sake of safety and security; for example, cases of severe weather or other incidents that will impact normal operations at facility. Therefore, it's recommended that you call the facility to confirm the visiting schedule before departing for your visit: 603-342-4000.

How to send things here

  • Inmate Mail

    Use the address below to send correspondence and parcels to inmates. Learn more about sending mail

    For inmates at the :

    INMATE NAME & REGISTER NUMBER



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    For inmates at the Camp:

    INMATE NAME & REGISTER NUMBER


    SATELLITE CAMP

    ,   

    For inmates at the FSL:

    INMATE NAME & REGISTER NUMBER


    FEDERAL SATELLITE LOW

    ,   

  • Inmate Money

    Do NOT send money to an inmate using this facility's address. All funds sent through the mail must be addressed to a processing center in Des Moines, Iowa. This applies to all Federal inmates, regardless of where they are incarcerated.

    Learn more about sending funds to an inmate

  • Freight and non-USPS parcels

    Use the following address when shipping freight & non-USPS parcels:

    For inmates at the :

    STAFF NAME


    ATTN: WAREHOUSE

    ,   

    For inmates at the FSL:

    STAFF NAME


    FEDERAL SATELLITE LOW
    ATTN: WAREHOUSE

    ,   

  • Staff Mail

    Use the following address when sending correspondence and parcels to staff:

    For inmates at the :

    For inmates at the FSL:

    STAFF NAME


    FEDERAL SATELLITE LOW

    ,   

Resources for sentenced inmates

Admissions and Orientation (A&O) Handbook

This document provides you with general information about the institution, programs, rules, and regulations that you will encounter during your confinement. Familiarizing yourself with this information and knowing your responsibilities will help you adjust to institution life.

Commissary List

In 1930 the Department of Justice authorized and established a Commissary at each Federal institution. The Commissary provides a bank type account for your money & for the procurement of articles not issued regularly as part of the institution administration. Funds deposited by your family, friends, or other sources are stored in your commissary account that we maintain.

Legal Activities

This document outlines the procedures for access to legal reference materials and legal counsel, and the opportunities that you will be afforded to prepare legal documents while incarcerated.

PREA Report

This report, posted on July 22, 2021, as required per 28 CFR �115.403, details the findings of an audit that was conducted by an outside contractor to determine the Federal Bureau of Prisons' (BOP) compliance with the Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA). As the work product of independent auditors subcontracted by PREA Auditors of America (PAOA), the BOP is not responsible for grammatical or typographical errors. Additionally, any questions or comments regarding the discrepancies or inaccuracies found within this report should be directed to PAOA at (713) 818-9098, or to the subcontracted independent auditor (name and email address can be found on page one of the report), for explanation and resolution.

FTC Oklahoma City PREA Report

Other facilities at the Federal Correctional Complex

Sours: https://www.bop.gov/locations/institutions/okl/

Jail Blotter

The jail blotter is a daily record of people booked into the Oklahoma County Jail by Oklahoma City police officers. The blotter will be posted to this page every day except for weekends and holidays. The blotter is maintained by the Records Unit of the Oklahoma City Police Department located on the first floor of Police Headquarters at 700 Colcord Dr. The unit is open for business at the Records window from 7 a.m. until 7:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, or they can be reached 24/7 by telephone at (405) 297-1112.

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Sours: https://www.okc.gov/departments/police/crime-prevention-data/jail-blotter
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Oklahoma County Detention Center

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Our Mission

To provide protection through efficient and effective services and intervention leading to less victimization, and more personal growth and development.


Our Vision

Operate a secure, safe, efficient, and humane facility for employees and arrestees that promotes teamwork, harmony, honesty, integrity, commitment to progressiveness, sobriety, and respect;

Promote efficiency while maintaining a safe environment for citizens, employees and arrestees by responsibly managing the resources and the trust given to us by the citizens and elected officials of Oklahoma County, never forgetting that the safety of Oklahoma County is our top priority; and

Work with our community, volunteers, and partner agencies to provide effective and professional public safety services for all who have been placed into our custody.



Our Values

  • We value the system of laws that govern us, including the Constitutions of the United States and the State of Oklahoma.
  • We value the communities we serve. Our purpose is to serve our communities, keep them safe, and work with them to solve challenges.
  • We value all persons, respecting the diversity among individuals.
  • We treat everyone with courtesy, respect and dignity.
  • We value excellence.
  • We value an environment where individuals thrive and teams excel by pursuing the mission and vision.
  • We value personal character with a continuous commitment to teamwork, harmony, honesty and integrity,
  • We value open and effective communicators who display adaptability and sound judgement.
  • We value employees who are well-trained professionals, demonstrating the highest standards of excellence.



Contact Us

Contact Information

Phone Number:
 (405) 713-1930

Address:
 201 N. Shartel
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73102

Visitor parking available on the east side of the building.


Sours: http://okcountydc.net/
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