Department of Corrections
Our mission is to execute the court orders while providing the highest level of safety and security for our community, staff, and offenders. To provide a humane environment that promotes personal growth and rehabilitation for the offender to reduce recidivism. Consistently striving to have a strong sense of duty and promote integrity, respect, loyalty, and teamwork in our daily actions setting a positive example for others to follow.
To conduct ourselves in a professional manner and treat all offenders with respect, offering them the opportunity to better themselves through programming, education and counseling. Encouraging and empowering them to take responsibility for their actions.
We will strive to do our best to never act in a manner that diminishes the integrity of our community, ourselves, fellow officers or our facility. We will never seek personal favors or advantage in the performance of our duties.
Transitional Re-Entry and Inmate Life Skills (TRAILS) Program
The Community Corrections Center (CCC) is a 72 bed unit that houses the TRAILS program, which targets offenders with co-occurring substance abuse and mental health disorders, seeks to reduce the number of court-involved adult offenders returning to custody by engaging them in intensive therapeutic case management and transition planning. This program, which launched in 2010, reduces recidivism rates to 20 percent. Inmates are required to do ninety days of in-house programming; which includes classes on alcohol and substance abuse, cognitive problem solving, anger management, GED preparation, wellness, re-entry, job preparation, restorative justice and other various topics, while living in the CCC.
The DOC will be conducting at home video visits only until further notice. Go to www.securustech.net to enroll in at home video visitation. Visiting times are as follows: Units 1, 2 and 3- 07:30am to 9:40pm daily. CCC males and females- 5:00pm to 9:40pm Monday through Friday, 07:30am to 9:40pm Saturday and Sunday. If you sign up for a visit during an unauthorized time any funds you have paid will not be refunded.
Victim Information Notification
Please feel free to contact our department with the means that best fits your convenience via phone at 603-542-8717.