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Since the COVID-19 pandemic began, ODOC has partnered with Securus Technologies to provide inmates two free phone calls each week while visitation was suspended. With visitation reopening, these free phone calls will continue until April 15. After April 15, phone calls will still be permitted, subject to standard rates and policies.

Visitation reinstated this weekend at NFCC, DCCC, MACC and all private prisons; all state prisons off of lockdown

Friday, October 25, 2019

OKLAHOMA CITY – Visitation in a limited form is reinstated this weekend at North Fork Correctional Center, Dick Conner Correctional Center in Hominy and Mack Alford Correctional Center in Atoka. Additionally, privately operated Davis, Cimarron and Lawton correctional facilities will also have visitation this weekend.

All the above facilities are allowing controlled movement of inmates. If no incidents take place, Oklahoma Department of Corrections may put its remaining facilities on normal operations.

This weekend’s changes mean all prisons in Oklahoma are no longer locked down. ODOC locked down all prisons after gang fights last month hospitalized 36 inmates and killed one. No further incidents related to the fights took place after the lockdown began Sept. 15.

As CCF, LCF, DCF, NFCC, DCCC and MACC are on limited visitation this weekend, family members or loved ones wanting to visit individuals at NFCC, DCCC and MACC should call the facility before traveling to be sure the inmate can visit this weekend.

The phone numbers for the facilities are available at http://doc.ok.gov/state-institutions.

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