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    • Mack Alford Correctional Center

    • The center’s name was officially changed to the Mack Alford Correctional Center, on March 27, 1986, in honor of Warden Mack Alford, a 30 year veteran of corrections who died on March 10, 1986.
    • 2013-03
    • Yearbook

    • Welcome to a brief and partial review of history for the Oklahoma Department of Corrections in the form this Yearbook.; We produce information related to leadership staff and our facilities.
    • 2009; 2010
    • Yearbook, 2012

    • Welcome to the 2012 Oklahoma Department of Corrections Yearbook. Yearbooks serve as an instrument to capture our history and to display the efforts of all our dedicated public servant employees.
    • 2013-10-03
    • Oklahoma State Penitentiary

    • After statehood, McAlester was chosen as the site for the Oklahoma State Penitentiary (OSP) and 1,556 acres northwest of McAlester was set aside for the maximum security facility.
    • 2013-03
    • Yearbook, 2011

    • Information on agency organization, employees, services including color photos of officers, staff, board members
    • 2013-01-30
    • Lexington Assessment and Reception Center

    • Although the facility opened in 1971, it remained obscure with virtually no documented history until 1977 when the Lexington Assessment and Reception Center (LARC) opened adjacent to the Lexington Correctional Center (LCC). Since the opening of...
    • 2013-03
    • James Crabtree Correctional Center

    • Since the transfer of this facility to the Oklahoma Department of Corrections in 1982, the James Crabtree Correctional Center has undergone three major construction phases. It currently is composed of eight housing units, and houses medium and...
    • 2013-03
    • Dick Conner Correctional Center.

    • Dick Conner Correctional Center provides job opportunities for both medium and minimum security offenders. A significant amount of the minimum-security offenders are assigned to the Prisoner Public Work Program crews.; The post OSP riot master plan...
    • 2012-01
    • Dick Conner Correctional Center

    • However, a 1977 Joint Senate-House Resolution renamed the facility, for the third and final time, the Dick Conner Correctional Center. The facility’s namesake is R. B. “Dick” Conner, a former local Sheriff of Osage County and former OSP warden. The...
    • 2013-03
    • Lexington Assessment and Reception Center.

    • The Lexington Assessment and Reception Center began construction in 1976 as a part of the Oklahoma Master Plan, authored by F. Warren Benton, Ph.D. The maximum security receiving, medical, support services, and administrative core building composed...
    • 2012-01
    • Oklahoma State Reformatory.

    • The legislature created the Oklahoma State Reformatory (OSR) in 1909. The construction of OSR was accomplished with prisoner labor. The construction material was primarily granite rock from the Reformatory’s own mountain, “Wildcat Mountain.”
    • 2012-01
    • Oklahoma State Penitentiary.

    • After statehood, McAlester was chosen as the site for the Oklahoma State Penitentiary (OSP) and 1,556 acres northwest of McAlester was set aside for the maximum security facility.
    • 2012-01

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