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Lexington Correctional Center Inmate Search

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Oklahoma Department of Corrections

Oklahoma DOC

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Oklahoma Cleveland 753

PHYSICAL ADDRESS

15151 Highway 39
P.O. Box 260
Lexington, OK,

INMATE ADDRESS

15151 Highway 39
P.O. Box 260
Lexington, OK,
FAX
(405) 527-9892
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  1. Ruben Galvan Mon, Jun 18 2012 1:32 PM

    How do I politely ask them not to transfer my dad from Lexington to somewhere in Texas? I am fully disabled and in a wheelchair. I also have 2 hurniated disc in my back, it is already very difficult for me to come see him from my current 4hr drive. It would be impossible to go to see him in Texas.

  2. Susan I. Lingle Wed, Jul 11 2012 2:40 PM

    My grandson is suppose to be transported to Lexington Correction Facility from Caddo County Jail, he has been there since May 1, 2012. He is then suppose to be transferred to a Rehab in McAlister The Oaks for 1 year. They have a bed for him on the 17th of July, do you know if he will be through there by that time frame?

  3. SUSAN I. LINGLE Thu, Jul 12 2012 7:52 PM

    I AM SUSAN I. LINGLE I FAILED TO GIVE YOU MY GRANDSON'S NAME. IT IS JAYCEN O. STEWART WHICH IS NOW IN CADDO COUNTY JAIL IN ANADARKO BEEN THERE SINCE MAY 1, 2012. HE IS SUPPOSE TO GO THERE BE PROCESSED AND TRANSFERRED TO MCALISTER, OK TO THE OAKS REHAB CENTER FOR A YEAR, THEN HE WILL BE ON PROBATION FOR 2 YEARS. MY PHONE NUMBER IS 580-464-2770. I AM HIS POWER OF ATTORNEY. THE REHAB HAS A BED FOR HIM ON THE 17TH OF THIS MONTH. I JUST NEED TO KNOW IF POSSIBLE IF THIS IS GOING TO BE A POSSIBILITY.

  4. valerie Sun, Dec 02 2012 6:58 PM

    my son is in county jail poteau,ok trying to find out when he will be going to lexington and how long he will be there i am his power of attorny was told i could recieve info

  5. Gwen Sun, Jun 30 2013 7:03 PM

    My name is Gwen Todd. I an trying to locate my cousin Judith Raffaell. She is married to Larry Raffaell who is in your facility. I have no working tel no for her or a good address. Could you have Larry call me. My number is 785 242-4155 or could you tell me how to reach him. Thank you.

  6. Naomi Williams Sat, Oct 05 2013 5:12 PM

    How do we send money to An inmate? Does it need to be a money order from a certain place like the post office?

  7. KATHI Fri, Oct 11 2013 9:09 PM

    IF AN INMATE IS IN RECEIVING ---HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE A INMATE'S JACKET TO BE ABLE TO PROCESS THEM THROUGH (90)DAYS? ALSO KNOWING DOC STAFFING IS NOT TO REGULATED STATUS FOR PROPER PROTOCAL BY STAFF HOW DO FAMILY MEMBERS GET TO VIIT?, AND WHEN PLACED ON MEDICATIONS THAT SHOULD BE MONITORED DUE TO ADVERSE REACTIONS HOW OFTEN ARE THEY ABLE TO VOICE THEIR CONCERNS OF THEIR MEDS THEY HAVE BEEN PLACED ON? IF WE AS A SOCIETY TRUELY WANT SUCCESS FOR FAMILY OR FRIENDS THROUGH THEIR PROCESS HOW CAN WE HELP IF HOST FACILITIES ARE STAFFING IMPROPER EMPLOYEE'S WHO DO NOT FOLLOW GUIDE-LINES(I'VE WITNESSED MULTIPLE AREAS TO WHERE IF I COULD I'D FILE GRIEVENCES AGAINST ,WHERE WOULD ONE CHANNEL MIS-CONDUCT? I KNOW I WANT SUCCESS ,ONE SHOULD PRIDE THEIR POSITION AND WORK FOR POSITIVE FEEDBACK FROM THE PUBLIC AND THEIR FACILITIES CARE AND CONDUCT VS.NEGITIVE RESPONSES EXSPECIALLY WHEN WANTING MORE FUNDING FROM TAX PAYER'S?

  8. jimmie green Tue, Feb 11 2014 3:19 PM

    if a inmate is coming to your prison how does he get a medicial order? He has a glass eye in which he has been hit and needs it checked soon.

  9. suzanne craig Wed, Apr 30 2014 9:15 PM

    jimmie l. green has been sentenced to doc on fed.14, 2014 on a medical order. do you have his j&s paperwork? How can we get it started.he has a open hole in his eye from not having his glass eye. im afraid he may get a infection. needs to be soon.

  10. Dany Sterling Mon, Jul 14 2014 1:34 PM

    How did I get in contact with an inmates counselor...

  11. Michelle B. Sat, Jul 26 2014 6:00 PM

    How do you put money on an inmates phone account so you can actually talk instead of get a collect call message.??

  12. Jerri M Wed, Aug 20 2014 11:40 PM

    how do you get in contact with an inmate? I just found out he was taken to Lexington. can I send a calling card to him so he can call me? or how to get word to him. I cant write without a registry number so how do i find out that? this is all so hard and confusing for the family...

  13. Bonnie Bowen Fri, Jan 09 2015 2:51 AM

    My son just received an 18 month sentence. I was told he would b brought to Lexington, but couldn't tell me when. So how do I get things started,so he will b able to call me, once he gets there. Also when can I visit him. Do I need to put money on an account for him. Basically do u have instructions for family members to follow dos & don'ts. So we know what all we should do. Plz & thank u.

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What does the inmate need? Contact the jail and ask what basics are supplied. Most jails give the inmates toothpaste, toothbrushes, shampoo, soap and toilet paper. Ask them what happens if the inmate runs out of something. is it replaced right away or do they have to wait a week or longer for new supplies […]

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