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    Exclamation F.A.Q.'s Prison Sentences & Release Dates

    FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS


    Frequently Asked Questions
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    Prison Sentences & Release Dates


    Who is eligible for parole?
    What is the 85% Law?
    What is Meritorious Earned Time (MET)?
    Who is not eligible for MET or the earned time allowance?

    What is trusty earned time?
    Who is not eligible for 30/30 trusty earned time?
    What do the different dates mean on an inmate’s timesheet?
    What is Earned Release Supervision (ERS)?
    What if an inmate violates the terms of Earned Release Supervision (ERS)?

    Who has the jurisdiction to revoke probation/post release supervision? parole, ISP (House Arrest), and Earned Release Supervision?


    Prison


    How many facilities does MDOC have and where are they located?
    Where do new inmates go when first moved from the local county jail to MDOC custody?
    What is Reception & Classification (R&C)?
    How does an offender request transfer to another facility?
    How long does a new inmate have to wait to call home?

    How can I have my phone number placed on an offender’s approved call list?
    Who should I contact if an inmate is writing, calling or harassing me?

    What custody levels do County Regional Facilities house?

    What if I have a complaint about a County Regional Prison?
    What if I have a complaint about a Private Prison?
    What if I have a complaint about a State Prison?


    Programs


    What educational and treatment programs are offered by MDOC?
    How long is the Alcohol and Drug Program (A&D)?
    How does an inmate enter the Alcohol and Drug Program (A&D)?
    What is the Regimented Inmate Discipline (RID) Program?

    How long does it take for an inmate to be assigned to the Regimented Inmate Discipline (RID) Program?
    Does MDOC provide inmates assistance with divorce proceedings?

    What is the Administrative Remedy Program (ARP)?

    Contacting & Visiting Inmates


    How can an inmate be contacted in case of a family emergency?
    How can I send mail to an inmate?
    How can I send money to an inmate?
    What is the policy on visitation?

    Can I take snacks or other items to an inmate when I visit?
    Is there a minimum age for visitors?


    Intensive Supervision Program (ISP)

    “House Arrest”


    Who is eligible for the Intensive Supervision Program (ISP)?
    How does an inmate or offender get into the Intensive Supervision Program (ISP)?
    What is the Joint Placement Committee?
    When can an inmate on the Intensive Supervision Program (ISP) leave home?
    Can I keep beer, wine, or other alcohol in my house if an inmate lives with me who is on the Intensive Supervision Program?

    Can I have a gun in my house if an inmate lives with me who is on the Intensive Supervision Program?

    Interstate Compact


    What is Interstate Compact?
    Who is not eligible for transfer to another state on Interstate Compact?
    What is the process for an Interstate Compact transfer for a parolee?
    What is the process for an Interstate Compact transfer to another state for a probationer?
    Can an inmate transfer from a corrections facility in Mississippi to one in another state?


    Miscellaneous


    How can I find out if someone has been sentenced to the Mississippi Department of Corrections?
    How can a victim be notified of an inmate’s release?
    How can I become involved as a religious volunteer to inmates?
    What is the procedure to marry an inmate?
    Are inmates housed at major institutions required to work?
    What kinds of inmates are housed at Community Work Centers and work in the community?
    What are the benefits of the American Correctional Association (ACA)?
    Who do I contact if my question is not listed here?


    Prison Sentences & Release Dates

    Who is eligible for parole?

    An offender convicted of a crime committed after June 30 1995 who has never been convicted of violent crime as defined by Miss Code Ann 47-7-3 (1)(g) may be eligible for parole. An inmate convicted of a crime committed on or before June 30 1995, falls under different Parole Laws.

    Miss Code Ann 47-7-3 Return



    What is the 85% Law?

    For non-mandatory crimes committed after June 30, 1995, an inmate may receive an earned time allowance of 15% of his sentence, less pre-sentence jail-time, if MDOC determines that the inmate has complied with the good conduct and performance requirements of the earned time allowance program.

    Miss. Code 47-5-138(5) Return



    What is Meritorious Earned Time (MET)?

    Meritorious Earned Time (MET) is a up to 10 day reduction in sentence for every 30 days of successful participation in an educational, vocational or treatment program. Inmates are not eligible for MET for participation in a program if the inmate is already receiving trusty time for that program.

    Miss Code 47-5-142 Return



    Who is not eligible for MET or the 15% earned time allowance?

    An inmate is not eligible to receive the earned time allowance if:

    · Sentenced to life in prison

    · Convicted as a habitual offender.

    · Convicted of a sex crime

    · Convicted of armed robbery or attempted armed robbery, armed carjacking

    Miss Code 47-5-139 Return



    What is trusty earned time?

    Effective April 28, 2004 an inmate in trusty status may receive a 30 day reduction in sentence for every 30 days in trusty status. Inmates who were in trusty status as of April 28, 2004 and who are not eligible for 30/30 trusty time receive a 10 day reduction in sentence for every 30 days in trusty status.

    Miss Code 47-5-138.1 Return



    Who is not eligible for 30/30 trusty earned time?

    An inmate is not eligible to receive 30/30 trusty earned time if:

    · Sentenced to life in prison

    · Convicted as a habitual offender

    · Convicted of a sex crime

    · Convicted of armed robbery, attempted armed robbery, armed carjacking or drive by shooting.

    · Convicted of a drug crime under Miss. Code Ann. Section 41-29-139(a) and sentenced under Section 41-29-139(b) or (f)

    · Convicted of trafficking in controlled substances under Miss. Code Ann. Section 41-29-139(g).

    Miss Code 47-5-138.1 Return

    What do the different dates mean on an inmate’s timesheet?

    Maximum Discharge date is the date an offender will have served the entire length of his sentence.

    Tentative Discharge date is the Maximum Discharge date minus any Trusty Time or Meritorious Earned Time.

    Earned Release Supervision (ERS) date is the Maximum Discharge Date minus the 15% earned time allowance, trusty time and meritorious earned time. Return



    What is Earned Release Supervision (ERS)?

    ERS is a “conditional release” and the ERS date does not mean that the inmate will automatically be released on that date. The ERS date is simply the “earliest possible date” minus any earned time that the offender can be released if ALL CONDITIONS for ERS are met. Click on ERS for more information.

    Miss Code 47-5-138 Return



    What if an inmate violates the terms of Earned Release Supervision (ERS)?

    If an inmate violates the terms of Earned Release Supervision he may be revoked and returned to an MDOC facility. An Inmate revoked from Earned Release Supervision (ERS) must serve the remainder of the sentence and he is not given credit for the length of time he was in the community on ERS.

    Miss Code 47-5-138 Return



    Who has the jurisdiction to revoke probation/post release supervision, parole, ISP (House Arrest), and Earned Release Supervision?

    The sentencing court has jurisdiction over probationers and post release supervision offenders.
    The parole board has jurisdiction over parolees.
    MDOC has jurisdiction over ERS and ISP (House Arrest) matters. Return
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    How many facilities does MDOC have and where are they located?

    For a map of current facilities click here Facilities Map. MDOC Probation & Parole offices for a list of Community Corrections field offices. Return



    Where do new inmates go when first moved from the local county jail to MDOC custody?

    Most inmates are moved to the Central Mississippi Correctional Facility (CMCF) in Rankin County to go through the classification process at Reception & Classification (R&C). Male Death Row inmates are moved immediately to the Mississippi State Penitentiary at Parchman. Click on Offender Services Initial Classification for more information. Return

    What is Reception & Classification (R&C)?

    The Reception & Classification Center is located at the Central Mississippi Correction Facility (CMCF). R&C is the first stop for most new inmates sentenced to MDOC custody. The inmate is classified for behavior level and assessed for treatment needs. This initial classification process takes about 30 days. Once classified, inmates may transfer to another facility within the MDOC system. Click on Offender Services (Initial Class) for more information about the initial classification process. Return



    How does an inmate request transfer to another facility?

    The inmate must complete a transfer request form through the case manager. If the transfer request is approved, the offender’s name is placed on a waiting list and the inmate is moved when space becomes available. A mileage fee will be deducted from the inmate’s account for cost of the transfer. Return



    How long does a new inmate have to wait to call home?

    A new inmate can call home on the weekend after his first full week at Reception & Classification (R&C). Return



    How can I have my phone number placed on an offender’s approved call list?

    Upon entry into Reception & Classification (R&C), the inmate completes a form with the names and phone numbers of those individuals he would like to call. The offender is allowed to update his list every six months. Return

    Who should I contact if an inmate is writing, calling or harassing me?

    Contact the warden or superintendent where the inmate is housed. Click on MDOC Quick Reference for contact information. Return



    What custody levels do County Regional Facilities house?

    All County Regional facilities house medium custody level inmates. Return



    What if I have a complaint about a County Regional Prison?

    First contact the facility warden or county sheriff. Click on MDOC Quick Reference–bookmark Regional Facilities for contact information. If the problem is not resolved contact MDOC compliance officer for the facility. Compliance officer names and numbers are listed with the facility information on MDOC Quick Reference – bookmark Regional Facilities. Return

    What if I have a complaint about a Private Prison?

    Contact the MDOC Compliance Officer or Warden at the facility. Click on MDOC Quick Reference –bookmark Private Prisons for contact information. Return



    What if I have a complaint about a State Prison?

    Contact the Warden of the Area where the inmate is housed. Click on MDOC Quick Reference for contact information. Return

    Programs



    What educational and treatment programs are offered by MDOC?

    Click on MSP Treatment for programs offered at the Mississippi State Penitentiary (MSP) at Parchman.

    Click on CMCF Treatment for programs offered at the Central Mississippi Correctional Facility (CMCF) in Rankin County.

    Click on SMCI Treatment for programs offered at the South Mississippi Correctional Institution (SMCI) in Greene County.

    Click on MDOC Quick Reference and then click on the desired facility for information about programs at other facilities. Return



    How long is the Alcohol and Drug Program (A&D)?

    The Alcohol and Drug Program (A&D) ranges from 3 months to thirty (30) months. Return



    How does an inmate enter the Alcohol and Drug Program (A&D)?

    Inmates enter the Alcohol and Drug (A&D) Program by court order, referral by the parole board or MDOC staff. In addition, inmates can request entry to the program. Return



    What is the Regimented Inmate Discipline (RID) Program?

    The Regimented Inmate is a “boot camp” program for first time offenders sentenced by the courts. Upon successful completion of RID, the sentencing court may suspend the remainder of the inmate’s sentence and place him on probation. Click on (RID) for more information. Return

    How long does it take for an inmate to be assigned to the Regimented Inmate Discipline (RID) Program?

    The inmate is transferred to the Regimented Inmate Discipline (RID) Program after Initial Classification is completed based upon available bed space. Return



    What is the Inmate Legal Assistance Program (ILAP)?

    The Inmate Legal Assistance Program (ILAP) provides legal assistance to inmates. An inmate can receive assistance for legal questions by submitting an ILAP request form. ILAP provides legal answers to legal questions; however, ILAP staff does not represent or prepare legal work for the inmate. Click on ILAP for more information. Return



    Does MDOC provide inmates assistance with divorce proceedings?

    No. MDOC does not assist with divorces. Inmates should contact a private attorney. Return

    What is the Administrative Remedy Program (ARP)?

    The Administrative Remedy Program (ARP) is available to all inmates to file formal complaints about prison conditions/concerns. Click on ARP for more information about the Administrative Remedy Program. Return

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    Contacting & Visiting Inmates



    How can an inmate be contacted in case of a family emergency.

    Call the facility where the inmate is housed and ask to speak to the duty chaplain, warden or person in charge. Be prepared to give a name & phone number where you can be called back. Click on MDOC Quick Reference. for facility contact information. Return



    How can I send mail to an inmate?

    Click on Inmate Family Information Inmate Mail for the inmate mail policy. Return



    How can I send money to an inmate?

    All money for inmates must be in the form of a postal money order with the inmate’s name and MDOC#. Mail money orders to:

    MDOC Inmate Accounts
    PO Box 544

    Jackson MS 39205-0544

    Click on Inmate Family Information for further information. Return



    What is the policy on visitation?

    Contact the facility where the offender is housed for visitation information. Click on MDOC Quick Reference for Facilities For facility contact information. For inmates housed at MSP, SMCI or CMCF, click on Inmate Family Information / Visitation for further information. Return



    Can I take snacks or other items to an inmate when I visit?

    No. Each facility allows the purchase of snack bags from the canteen or vending machine. Return



    Is there a minimum age for visitors?

    No. However, all visitors age fourteen (14) and older must be on the inmate’s visiting list, be pre-screened and approved for visitation. A state or federal issued ID must be presented at time of visitation. Return



    Intensive Supervision Program (ISP)

    “House Arrest”



    Who is eligible for the Intensive Supervision Program (ISP)?

    A non-violent offender who has not been convicted of a felony committed after having been confined for the conviction of a felony on a previous occasion may qualify for the Intensive Supervision Program (ISP). Violent offenders are not eligible for ISP placement. Click on Intensive Supervision Program for more information. Return



    How does an inmate or offender get into the Intensive Supervision Program (ISP)?

    Offenders can be sentenced to ISP by the Court when first convicted. Eligible inmates are also reviewed by MDOC’s Joint Placement Committee and may be placed into the program. Return



    What is the Joint Placement Committee?

    The Joint Placement Committee consists of the Commissioner of Corrections (or designee), the Director of Offender Services and the Chairman of the Parole Board (or designee). This committee meets monthly to review eligible inmates for placement in the Intensive Supervision Program. Return



    When can inmate in the Intensive Supervision Program (ISP) leave home?

    ISP inmates are allowed to leave home for work, community service, church services, and for personal needs (doctor visits, haircuts, etc) as approved and scheduled by the ISP field officer. Return





    Can I keep beer, wine, or other alcohol in my house if an inmate lives with me who is in the Intensive Supervision Program?

    No. There can be no alcohol in the house where an inmate is in the Intensive Supervision Program (ISP). Return



    Can I have a gun in my house if an inmate lives with me who is in the Intensive Supervision Program?

    No. There can be no guns in the house where an inmate is in the Intensive Supervision Program (ISP) Return



    Interstate Compact



    What is Interstate Compact?

    The Interstate Compact for Adult Offender Supervision is an agreement between states to provide supervision of adult probationers and parolees who are approved to live in another state. Click on Interstate Compact for more information. Return



    Who is not eligible for transfer to another state on Interstate Compact?

    Inmates released from incarceration under furlough, work release, Earned Released Supervision or the Intensive Supervision Program (ISP or “House Arrest” are not eligible. Only Probationers and Parolees are eligible for transfer under the Interstate Compact Agreement. Return



    What is the process for an Interstate Compact transfer for a parolee?

    The inmate must be granted parole before he is eligible to make an application for transfer to another state. The inmate completes an application with the case manager who forwards it to the Interstate Compact Division for processing. The Interstate Compact Division makes application to the receiving state to arrange the transfer. It can take up to 90 days for the process to be completed. Return



    What is the process for an Interstate Compact transfer to another state for a probationer?

    The probationer must apply for the transfer through the supervising field officer who forwards it to the Interstate Compact Division for processing. The Interstate Compact Division makes application to the receiving state to arrange the transfer. It can take from 90 – 120 days for the process to be completed. Return



    Can an inmate transfer from a corrections facility in Mississippi to one in another state?

    No. Mississippi is not a member of the Inmate Interstate Corrections Compact which provides for the transfer of inmates from one state to another. Return

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    How can I find out if someone has been sentenced to the Mississippi Department of Corrections?

    Click on Inmate Search to search for active inmates.

    Click on MS Parole Board parolee search to search for active parolees.

    For all others contact the MDOC Records Department at 601-933-2889 Return





    How can a victim be notified of an inmate’s release?

    Contact Victim Services at 1-866-522-4087 or 601-359-5628. You may also go to the Crime Victims Notification Form on our web site to register to receive notification of an inmate’s release. Return



    How can I become involved as a religious volunteer to inmates?

    Contact a correctional facility and ask for the volunteer coordinator or chaplain. Volunteers go through an initial volunteer orientation to become certified to work in a prison. Click on Volunteering for further information. Return



    What is the procedure to marry an inmate?

    The inmate must contact the unit chaplain or case manager and make the request to get married. Return



    Are inmates housed at major institutions required to work?

    Yes. All inmates who are physically able must work. MDOC encourages inmates to develop a strong work ethic while incarcerated. Return



    What kinds of inmates are housed at Community Work Centers and work in the community?

    Inmates housed at Community Work Centers are incarcerated for non-violent crimes. Click on MDOC Quick Reference for a list of CWCs and links to each one. Return



    What are the benefits of the American Correctional Association (ACA)?

    The American Correctional Association (ACA) is an organization designed to promote improvement in the management of correctional agencies. It identifies a list of standards that address services, programs and operations for correctional agencies. Visit American Corrections Association web site for more information. Return



    Who do I contact if my question is not listed here?

    If your question is not listed here you may find the answer at Inmate Family Information. Click on Contact US for the departmental and personnel email address guide or the MDOC Quick Reference for telephone numbers. Return





    MDOC QUICK REFERENCE



    Mississippi Department of Corrections

    Central Office

    723 North President Street

    Jackson Mississippi 39202

    601-359-5600



    Central Office Records: 601-973-3472

    MSP (Parchman) Records: 662-745-6611, ext 2321

    CMCF Records: 601-932-2880, ext 6243

    SMCI Records: 601-394-5600, ext 1209



    All media inquires should go to Communications @ 601-359-5689 Return



    STATE FACILITIES

    MSP – Mississippi State Penitentiary

    Superintendent: Lawrence Kelly

    P. O. Box 1057 – Hwy 49 West – Parchman, MS 38783

    Phone: (662) 745-6611



    CMCF – Central Mississippi Correctional Facility

    Superintendent: Margaret Bingham

    P. O. Box 88550 – 3794 Hwy 468 - Pearl, MS 39208

    Phone: (601) 932-2880



    SMCI – South Mississippi Correctional Institution

    Superintendent: Ronald King

    P. O. Box 1419 – 22689 Hwy 463 North - Leakesville, MS 39451

    Phone: (601) 394-5600 Return





    Private Facilities

    DCF – Delta Correctional Facility

    Warden: Jody Bradley

    3800 County Road 540 – Greenwood, MS 38930

    Phone: (662) 455-9099

    MDOC Compliance Officer: Dwaine Taylor



    EMCF – East Mississippi Correctional Facility

    Warden: Larry Greer

    10641 Hwy 80E – Meridian, MS 39304

    Phone: (601) 485-5255

    MDOC Compliance Officer: Faye Noel



    MCCF – Marshall County Correctional Facility

    Warden: Lepher Jenkins

    P. O. Box 5188 – Holly Springs, MS 38634-5188

    Phone: (662) 252-7111

    MDOC Compliance Officer: Danny Jackson



    TCCF – Tallahatchie County Correctional Facility

    Warden:

    P. O. Box 388 – 295 U. S. Hwy 49S -Tutwiler, MS 38963

    Phone: (662) 345-6567

    MDOC Compliance Officer: John Land



    WGCF – Walnut Grove Youth Correctional Facility

    Warden: Donald Jackson

    P. O. Box 389 – Walnut Grove, MS 39189

    Phone: (601) 253-2348

    MDOC Compliance Officer: Pat Maxey



    WCCF – Wilkinson County Correctional Facility

    Warden: Dolan Waller

    P. O. Box 1079 – 2999 U.S. Hwy 61N - Woodville, MS 39669

    Phone: (601) 888-3199

    MDOC Compliance Officer: Donnis Chatman Return

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    Regional Facilities

    BCCF – Bolivar County Correctional Facility

    Warden: Tommy Taylor

    2792 Hwy 8 W – Cleveland, MS 38732

    Phone: (662) 843-7478 or 5378

    MDOC Compliance Officer: Bobby Twiner (601) 359- 5727



    CMRCF – Carroll/Montgomery County Regional Correctional Facility

    Warden: Cooper Misskelley, Warden

    1440 Hwy 35 – Vaiden, MS 39176

    Phone: (662) 464-5440

    MDOC Compliance Officer: Bobby Twiner (601) 359- 5727



    GCCF – George/Greene County Correctional Facility

    Acting Warden: Preston Golf

    154 Industrial Park Road – Lucedale, MS 39452

    Phone: (601) 947-9399

    MDOC Compliance Officer: Willie Edwards (601) 359-5338



    HCCF – Holmes/Humphreys County Correctional Facility

    Warden: Claude Foreman

    23234 Hwy 12 E – Lexington, MS 39095

    Phone: (662) 834-5016

    MDOC Compliance Officer: Willie Edwards (601) 359-5338



    ICCF – Issaquena County Correctional Facility

    Warden: Cecilia Lusk, Warden

    P. O. Box 220 – Mayersvillle, MS 39113

    Phone: (662) 873-2153

    MDOC Compliance Officer: Bobby Twiner (601) 359- 5727





    JCCF – Jefferson/Franklin County Correctional Facility

    Acting Warden: Clifton Kaho

    P. O. Box 218 – Fayette, MS 39069

    Phone: (601) 786-2284

    MDOC Compliance Officer: Willie Edwards (601) 359-5338



    KCCF – Kemper/Neshoba County Correctional Facility

    Acting Warden: Johnny Crockett

    300 Industrial Park Road – DeKalb, MS 39328

    Phone: (601) 743-5767

    MDOC Compliance Officer: Bobby Twiner (601) 359- 5727



    LCCF – Leake County Correctional Facility

    Warden Joe Thornton

    399 C. O. Brooks Street – Carthage, MS 39051

    Phone: (601) 298-9003

    MDOC Compliance Officer: Bobby Twiner (601) 359- 5727



    MWCF – Marion/Walthall County Correctional Facility

    Acting Warden: Charles Abrams

    503 South Main Street – Columbia, MS 39429

    Phone: (601) 736-3621

    MDOC Compliance Officer: Willie Edwards (601) 359-5338



    SCCF – Stone County Correctional Facility

    Warden: Dwain Brewer

    1420 Industrial Park Road – Wiggins, MS 39577

    Phone: (601) 928-7042

    MDOC Compliance Officer: Willie Edwards (601) 359-5338



    WCRCF – Winston/Choctaw County Correctional Facility

    Acting Warden: Charles R. Tillery

    P. O. Drawer 928 – Louisville, MS 39339

    Phone: (662) 773-2528

    MDOC Compliance Officer: Bobby Twiner (601) 359- 5727 Return



    Community Work Centers (CWC)

    Alcorn County CWC Everett Mathenery, Correctional Commander

    2407 Norman Rd – Corinth, MS 38834

    Phone: (662) 287-8105



    Bolivar County CWC Gene Sias, Director

    604 Hwy 8 – Rosedale, MS 38769

    Phone: (662) 759-3535



    Forrest County CWC Sherry Hearn, Director

    112 Alcorn Ave – Hattiesburg, MS 39401

    Phone: (601) 544-5030



    George County CWC Bobby Welch, Director

    156 Industrial Park Rd – Lucedale, MS 39452

    Phone: (601) 947-7581



    Harrison County CWC Nickie Simmons, Director

    3820 – 8th Ave – Gulfport, MS 39501

    Phone: (228) 865-0020



    Jackson County CWC Betsy Chandler, Director

    1717 Kenneth Ave – Pascagoula, MS 39567

    Phone: (228) 762-0255



    Jefferson County CWC Otis Bailey, Director

    101 Corrections Road – Fayette, MS 39069

    Phone: (601) 786-3556



    Leflore County CWC Walter McKinney, Director

    3400 Baldwin CR 540– Greenwood, MS 38930

    Phone: (662) 453-9720



    Madison County CWC Valerie Buie, Director

    140 Corrections Drive – Canton, MS 39046

    Phone: (601) 859-7711



    Noxubee County CWC Frank Stockett, Director

    110 Industrial Park Rd – Macon, MS 39341

    Phone: (662) 726-2375



    Pike County CWC Jerry Kennedy, Director

    2015 Jesse Hall Rd – Magnolia, MS 39652

    Phone: (601) 783-5514



    Quitman County CWC Robert Taylor, Director

    201 Camp B Rd – Lambert, MS 38643

    Phone: (662) 326-2133



    Simpson County CWC James Ingle, Director

    714 Wood Rd – Magee, MS 39111

    Phone: (601) 849-3281



    Washington County CWC Charles Mason, Acting Director

    1398 N. Beauchamp Ext Greenville, MS 38703

    Phone: (662) 332-6358



    Wilkinson County CWC Walter Reed, Director

    84 Prison Lane – Woodville, MS 39669

    Phone: (601) 888-4378



    Yazoo County CWC Walter Lockhart, Director

    P. O. Box 1047 – Yazoo City, MS 39194

    Phone: (662) 746-2085 Return







    Restitution Centers

    Flowood CWC/ Restitution Center

    Deputy Warden: Kevin Jackson

    1632 HWY 80 W - Flowood MS 39208

    Phone: 601-936-7213



    Leflore County Restitution Center

    Director: Arthur L. Smith

    308 Hwy 7N Rear - Greenwood MS 389305

    Phone: 662-453-5134



    Hinds County Restitution Center

    Commander: Dianna Robbins

    429 South Gallatin St - Jackson MS 39203

    Phone: 601-354-0062



    Pascagoula Restitution Center

    Director: Becky Fulton

    1721 East Kenneth Ave – Pascagoula MS 39568

    Phone: 228-762-1331 Return

 

 
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