Oregon State Correctional Institution
Oregon State Correctional Institution
Rob Persson, Superintendent
Lou Allen, Assistant Superintendent of Security
Gerald Long, Assistant Superintendent of General Services
Wendy Hatfield, Public Information Officer / Legal Information Officer
3405 Deer Park Drive SE
Salem, Oregon 97310-9385
Information: (503) 373-0100
FAX: (503) 378-8919
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|Visiting Hours: |
Wednesday through Sunday: 8:15 - 10:45 a.m. and 1:00 - 3:45 p.m.
For more information about visitations see link below to rule.
SEGREGATION BASIC* VISITING PROCEDURE:
Allvisits for inmates housed in Segregation must be scheduled through Ms. R. Mondragon, Administrative Support at: (503) 373-0113. Staff can be reached Monday through Friday, between the hours of 8:30 am & 4:00 pm to schedule a visit. If you are unable to reach someone, please leave a voice message and someone will contact you. Details to include in your voice message: Your name, phone number, inmates name and SID # and the date/time you would like to visit.
Inmates in Segregation are on ‘basic’ visiting status. They are permitted one, one-hour visit per week. Inmates must select twovisitors to visit with while in Segregation. The selected visitors must call ahead to schedule a basic visit at least 24 hours in advance. Visits can be scheduled for the following dates/times ONLY: Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday or Sunday at 8:30 am, 9:30 am, 1:30 pm or 2:30 pm,
Visits will be scheduled on a first-come, first-served basis. Any visitor who arrives more than 20 minutes late for a scheduled visit will be asked to reschedule their visit for a later date and time.
Please remember to cancel your scheduled visit if you are unable to keep your appointment.
*Basic Visiting: A type of visitation authorized by the Department of Corrections in its correctional facilities in which an inmate and an approved visitor are permitted to see and talk with each other on a scheduled basis for a reasonable period of time with no physical contact. Basic visiting may be authorized by the Department to take place in person, or through the use of videoconferencing technology.
South on I-5 to Exit 253 (Stayton Santiam). Go east approximately three miles and take the Gaffin Road Exit. OSCI is located at the foot of the ramp on the right. Going west, take the Gaffin Road Exit, turn right at the next two stop signs, following the road to the OSCI driveway, turning left.
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|Inmate Phone Use|
|Telephone Schedules: |
Phones are available to some degree during each of the time periods listed below.
9:00 AM to 10:20 AM - Yard for authorized workers (phone access while at yard)
1:20 PM to 3:20 PM
4:50 PM to 8:00 PM
9:00 PM to 10:45 PM
Inmates in Unit 11 (incentive housing) have more access to the phones.
Emergency notication should be made directly to the inmate's counselor Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. or the the information line after hours.
|Commonly Requested Information|
|DOC Frequently Asked Questions |
Visiting Rule: OAR Div 127 Visiting (Inmate)
Mail Rule: OAR Div 131 Mail (Inmate)
Inmate's Trust Account: Posting Money to an Inmate's Account
||OSCI offers many work and job preparedness opportunities for inmates including printing, telephone services for the Oregon Health Plan, and the Engineering Support Unit |
Oregon State Correctional Institution (OSCI), a medium security facility located three miles east of Salem, was established by action of the 1955 Legislature and became fully operational June 1, 1959. The 880-bed facility provides housing and confinement for males serving sentences for felony convictions from all counties of Oregon. Five hundred of these beds are designated as Transitional Release beds. The prison traditionally houses the department´s younger inmates, including those remanded to adult prison from juvenile facilities.
The facility provides useful work and self-improvement programs to enhance inmates ability to reintegrate back into the community. The prison also has a dormitory-style special housing unit for inmates who are medically or physically challenged, but who do not need to be hospitalized or confined in an infirmary.
Recently, OSCI has redirected its focus to address the needs of the large transitional release population. Approximately 500 of the current 880 inmates are within six months of their release back into the community, largely increasing the demand for transition programs.