Racine Correctional Institution Profile and Valuable Information
The Racine Correctional Institution is a state prison for men operated by the Wisconsin Department of Corrections that is located in Sturtevant, Wisconsin. It is a medium-security prison and can hold a total of 1,691 prisoners at any given point in time and is staffed by a team of 438 officials. It houses inmates serving sentences in Wisconsin state, sentences from other states and federal court sentences, along with housing temporary inmates who have violated their community supervision. It is administered by Warden Paul Kemper.
Racine Correctional Institution Wisconsin history
The St. Bonaventure Prep School, founded in 1901 in Pulaski, Wisconsin to prepare Polish students for priesthood relocated to Sturtevant in 1921. In 1983, owing to financial troubles, the school closed down and in April 1991, the Racine Correctional Institution was dedicated to the site on which the school formerly stood.
Racine Correctional Institution Wisconsin phone number
The Racine Correctional Institution can be contacted on 262-886-3214. Those who wish to send fax can send it to 262-886-3514.
Racine Correctional Institution Wisconsin address
The Racine Correctional Institution is located at 2019 Wisconsin Street, Sturtevant, Wisconsin. Its ZIP code is 53177-1829. It is located 102 miles from the state capital of Madison and 28 miles from Milwaukee, the state's largest city.
Racine Correctional Institution Wisconsin inmate programs
The Racine Correctional Institution offers several programs to inmates who are serving their sentences at the facility. It offers programs in anger management, programs to help deal with domestic violence, treatment for sex offenders. It also offers to counsel for pre-release periods.
Under Wisconsin's Earned Release Program, the center offers aid to those convicted of substance abuse and related crime with a six-month intensive program that curbs substance abuse to prevent criminals from reoffending with similar crimes once they are released. Under the Earned Release Program, inmates who successfully complete the course can expect the possibility of a reduced sentence and therefore leave early on these grounds.
Racine Correctional Institution Wisconsin visiting hours
Visiting hours at the Racine Correctional Institution is based on the inmate's institution number. If the number is an odd number, visitors can only visit during odd-numbered days, if it is an even number, visitors can visit on even-numbered dates. Visits will not be allowed on the first working Monday of each month which is the Institution Training Day.
Visits can be made from 8 am to 7 pm on Monday through Friday and 8 am to 7 pm on Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays with one visit per inmate. For inmates with restrictive status, the timings are 8 am to 12 pm Monday through Friday and the visitor can arrive no later than 10.30 am. For Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays, visits can be made from 8 am to 4 pm and visitors must arrive before 2.30 pm and each inmate can have only one visit.
Racine Correctional Institution Wisconsin mail and visitation rules
Those wishing to visit inmates must be approved prior to entering the facility. All items brought in to the prison will be screened by the staff and have their hands stamped. Food items cannot be carried and cash cannot be handed to the inmate. All visitors have to present a government approved or government-issued identification document. Medication except for inhalers, EpiPens and nitro pills are not allowed to be carried in.
For mail and UPS orders, except for money, visitors can send them to Racine Correctional Institution, Inmate Name and DOC Number, P. O. Box 900, Sturtevant, Wisconsin 53177-1829. Money for inmates needs to be sent via money order to Secure Deposits-Wisconsin DOC at P.O. Box 12486, St. Louis, Missouri 63132.
Racine Correctional Institution Wisconsin inmate locator
To locate an inmate serving a sentence at the Racine Correctional Institution, one can visit https://golookup.com/inmate-search. On this page, they need to enter the first and last name of the inmate and select the state, in this case, Wisconsin. A search is then performed, after which one needs to click on the Unlock Information option.
This scans for other public records including social media profiles. After this, the user needs to verify that are older than 18 and a resident of the United States and agree to the terms and conditions of the website.