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Snake River Correctional Institution
Status Update
For daily operational and visiting status information please call the SRCI Informational Line at (541) 881-4636.
Please see the directions and hours in the "Visiting Information" section

General Information
Aerial Photo of S.R.C.I.
Snake River Correctional Institution
Mark Nooth
Assistant Superintendent - Security Services
Judy Gilmore
Assistant Superintendent - General Services
Jamie Miller
Assistant Superintendent - Correctional Rehabilitation Services
Jason Bell
Supervising Executive Assistant/Public Information Officer/Legal Information Officer
Jill Curtis

777 Stanton Blvd
Ontario, Oregon 97914-8335

FAX:(541)881-5460, Superintendent's Office
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Visiting Information
Medium Facility Visiting Hours
Wednesday through Sunday
7:50am to 10:40am MST
12:15pm to 3:45pm MST
Minimum Facility Visiting Hours
Saturday and Sunday and Recognized State of Oregon holidays
7:50am to 10:40am MST
12:15pm to 3:45pm MST

Departmental Rule on Visiting:OAR Div 127 Visiting (Inmate)
Visiting Inmates:Visiting Inmates in Prison
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Commonly Requested Information
DOC Frequently Asked Questions
Custody Level:Medium
About SRCI:Snake River Correctional Institution (SRCI) is a multi-security facility which opened in August 1991. Although sited for 3,000 beds, only 576 medium security and 72 minimum security beds were constructed in Phase I. In 1994, the Oregon Legislative Assembly approved construction of the remaining 2,352 beds at a cost of $175 million, representing the largest state general funded public works project in state history. Many SRCI inmates worked in construction activities.
SRCI is the largest prison in Oregon with 2,336 medium security beds, 154 minimum security beds and 510 Special Housing beds (Administrative Segregation, Disciplinary Segregation, Intensive Management, and Infirmary).  SRCI has several unique features such as decentralized inmate services that enable the department to separate various offenders into discrete housing units. It also has a comprehensive corridor system, connecting housing, program and work areas so that inmates can move from one area to another at all times of day under all types of weather conditions.  The institution´s operating budget is in excess of $100 million a biennium and employs approximately 900 corrections professionals

SRCI Desired State (Vision)
Respectful workplace for staff and inmates.
Seamless security.
Leader in inmate management.
Contributing to long term public safety.
Cross functional teamwork and value.
Visibility in community in “appropriate function”.
Accountability and pride = good partner with community.
Inmates and staff feel safe and secure.
Fiscally responsible.
Loyal to the Department.
Working well with the union.

SRCI Strategic Directions
Develop our capacity to lead and manage.
Increase communication among all sections of SRCI staff.
Create more awareness and understanding of the Department’s Mission, Vision and Values.
Maintain focus on inmate management and day-to-day operations.
Enhance labor relations.
Offer training to all levels of staff.