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About Oklahoma Department of Corrections

The Oklahoma Department of Correction started in 1890. It was formed by the Legislature of the Oklahoma Territory, which was officially authorized by the Governor. The main job for the Oklahoma Department of Corrections was the incarceration and custody of ALL Oklahoma’s convicted offenders.

During this time most of the inmates were housed in one facility. The minimum incarceration sentenced was one year, but during this time many people had more than a year to serve. The offenders had to pay a quarter a day to be provided with bedding, food, clothing, along with medical treatment.

During the decades, the Oklahoma Department of Corrections built many more facilities. They also were granted custody over offenders that are on probation, parole, and other community correctional activities.

The Oklahoma Department of Corrections went as far to implement transition programs into their facilities to help offenders’ better transition into the community after they have completed their sentences.

Basic Information

Oklahoma Prisons and Jails

Correctional Facility Name
Type
County
Altus City Jail City Jail Jackson County
Alva City Jail City Jail Woods County
Alex City Jail City Jail Grady County
Agra City Jail City Jail Lincoln County
Adair City Jail City Jail Mayes County
Achille City Jail City Jail Bryan County
Moore Jail City Jail Cleveland County
Broken Arrow City Jail City Jail Tulsa County
Sulphur City Jail City Jail Murray County
Owasso City Jail City Jail Tulsa County
Edmond Jail City Jail Oklahoma County
Edmond City Jail City Jail Oklahoma County
Colcord City Jail City Jail Delaware County
Stillwater Jail City Jail Payne County
Broken Arrow Municipal Jail City Jail Wagoner County
Tulsa City Jail City Jail Wagoner County
Oklahoma City City Jail City Jail Oklahoma County
Fort Gibson City Jail City Jail Muskogee County
Midwest Police Jail City Jail Oklahoma County
Lawton Jail City Jail Comanche County