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Oklahoma State Department of Corrections 3400 North Martin Luther King Ave. Oklahoma City, OK 73111 Phone: 1.405.425.2500 Website
    Altus Community Work Center Ardmore Community Work Center Beaver Work Center Charles E. Johnson Correctional Center Dr. Eddie Warrior Correctional Center Earl A. Davis Work Center Elk City Community Work Center Enid Community Corrections Center Frederick Community Work Center Healdton Community Work Center Hillside Community Corrections Center Hobart Community Work Center Hollis Community Work Center Howard McLeod Correctional Center Idabel Community Work Center Jackie Brannon Correctional Center James Crabtree Correctional Center Jess Dunn Correctional Center Jim E. Hamilton Correctional Center John Lilley Correctional Center Joseph Harp Correctional Center Kate Barnard Community Corrections Center Lawton Community Corrections Center Lexington Assessment and Reception Center Lexington Correctional Center Mabel Bassett Correctional Center Mack Alford Correctional Center Mangum Community Work Center Marshall County Community Work Center Muskogee Community Corrections Center Northeast Oklahoma Correctional Center Oklahoma City Community Corrections Center Oklahoma State Penitentiary Oklahoma State Reformatory R.B. Conner Correctional Center Sayre Community Work Center Walters City Community Work Center Waurika Community Work Center William S. Key Correctional Center
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A prison, penitentiary, or correctional facility is a place in which individuals are physically confined or interned and usually deprived of a range of personal freedoms. Prisons are conventionally institutions, which form part of the criminal justice system of a country, such that imprisonment or incarceration is a legal penalty that may be imposed by the state for the commission of a crime.

In popular parlance of many countries, the term jail is considered synonymous with prison, although legally these are often distinct institutions: typically jails are intended to hold persons awaiting trials or serving sentences of less than one year, whereas prisons host prisoners serving longer sentences.

A criminal suspect who has been charged with or is likely to be charged with a criminal offense may be held on remand in prison if he or she is denied, refused or unable to meet conditions of bail, or is unable to post bail. This may also occur where the court determines that the suspect is at risk of absconding before the trial, or is otherwise a risk to society. A criminal defendant may also be held in prison while awaiting trial or a trial verdict. If found guilty, a defendant will be convicted and may receive a custodial sentence requiring imprisonment.

Prisons may also be used as a tool of political repression to detain political prisoners, prisoners of conscience, and "enemies of the state", particularly by authoritarian regimes. In times of war or conflict, prisoners of war may also be detained in prisons. A prison system is the organizational arrangement of the provision and operation of prisons, and depending on their nature, may invoke a corrections system. Although people have been imprisoned throughout history, they have also regularly been able to perform prison escapes. Source: Wikipedia



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