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Okeechobee Correctional Institution Inmate Search

OCI

Florida Department of Corrections

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Florida Okeechobee 1632

PHYSICAL ADDRESS

3420 N.E. 168th Street
Okeechobee, FL,

INMATE ADDRESS

3420 N.E. 168th Street
Okeechobee, FL,
FAX
(863) 462-5402
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  1. Graham Tue, Nov 09 2010 9:39 AM

    Something is seriously wrong if this facility gets the highest rating because it "understands that providing complete information is essential" (etc.). This armpit of an FDOC prison is shrouded in secrecy. They release no info that isn't invented, deceptive, or slanted. FDOC as an agency applauds transparency, but behind the scenes (and especially at OCI), they scramble to withhold anything that shows what's really going on between prison staff and their charges.

  2. Johnny - Admin Thu, Nov 18 2010 12:52 AM

    Graham, Thanks for your comments. JAILexchange.com rates jails and prisons on the information they provide to the public. Only people on the inside and sometimes their families, know what's really going on. But that is why we appreciate your insight. The only way anything changes if people speak up. Take care.

  3. JACKIE Sun, Mar 27 2011 4:15 PM

    I AGREE WITH THE SITUATION @ O.C.I. RIGHT NOW 90% OF THE INMATES AND 20 STAFF MEMBERS HAVE NOROVIRUS. WHAT R THEY DOING PUTTING THE SICK IN CONFINEMENT.THERE R SO MANY SICK INMATES THAT THEY HAVE BEEN SHUTTING DOWN VISO.Y DONT THEY DO SOMETHING FOR OUR HUSBANDS,COUSINS,BROTHERS OUR LOVED ONES.Y HAVE THEY NOT INVOLVED THE HEALTH DEPT?????

  4. KC Sat, Apr 02 2011 6:17 PM

    Jackie I am with you! My honey told me that they are only lettign the inmates have 1 roll of t-paper every 10 days!!!! This is BULL! I have to say. I work in a prison and compared to OCI I work in a 5 star hotel!!! The things that he tells me makes me sick!

  5. Maria Terrell Sun, Jul 24 2011 2:03 PM

    Searching for rico real name ricardo omar brown baby mother of sontimberlen looking to contact rico was charged with alleged robbery in key west florida black male 5ft5 29 years old distinguishing characteristics long nails gold teeth goatee when last seen in key west.My comment is that you guys in jail will never believe the same protocol used in jail is now being used in mainstream america ie they don't know many of the unspoken language is now acceptable behavior even for the rich it is the craaziest thing I ever saw in my life. Anyway if u know rico tell him his bay mama looking for him and their is a lot he should know about tell him inspector gadget is on the case. Tell omar in desota CI Arcadia sis still standing

  6. Sherlonia Wed, Nov 02 2011 2:40 PM

    Their needs to be some immediate changes regardin the inmate mail they recieve and the food that they are recieving at okeechobee correctional facility,because some of the food is half cooked its been reports of food poisoning,and the inma2es some of them say its making them sick.and their mail from family is all they have that should not be dicarded or sent back unless it pertained something thats against prison rules.im giving the time to correct it before I preceed further.

  7. mellony brunson Mon, Nov 28 2011 11:27 AM

    my son is in this prison and they have been so unfare with always sticking him into confinement just to investigate even if he is inoccent take away their visit for 6 to eight months, when u call out there they dont know anything or no answer.my son have medical needs that just look over, this is the most racist prison in south florida

  8. lt Sat, Apr 21 2012 6:43 PM

    My fiance is a inmate there"OCI" and he also has been placed in confinement for me reporting th e wrong doings of there staff I called everyone from the warden to the inspector general for the past 2 months and everything has just been swept under the rug 7 months in the box for here say from there racist officers but according to the warden he will believe his officers that's sworn in before he does a convicted felon there screening my calls not giving him his mail nor do I get his mail but justice needs to be served....... God got us bae

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