The Creek County Criminal Justice Center opened in July 2005 and has an average daily population of 310 inmates. Approximately 4500 inmates are processed annually through the detention center. Currently the detention staff consists of 18 detention officers, 4 shift supervisors, 2 certified deputies, 1 certified Lieutenant and 1 certified Captain.
Detention officers undergo 163 hours of on the job training before working on their own, and 4 hours of in-service training per month. Detention officers must become state certified within their first year of employment. Training topics include, but are not limited to: interpersonal communications, mental health signs and recognition, CPR, first aid, legal liabilities and inmate rights.
INMATE COMMISSARY PRIVILEGES
Each inmate has a commissary account. Inmates’ family members may apply money to their account in the form of money orders mailed to the Creek County Justice Center in care of the inmate. Cash, Credit or Debit cards may be brought directly to the facility and deposited on the inmates account via the automatic trust machine. Inmates are allowed to purchase hygiene products, snacks, pre-paid phone cards, etc.
Visitation days are Saturday from 7:30 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. for pods A-G, and Sundays from 7:30a.m. Until 2:00 p.m. for pods H-N dorm side. C pod, Holding cells and segregation cells will be Monday through Thursday from 1:00 p.m. until 4:00 p.m. and an appointment must be made at least 24 hours in advance for both holding cells and segregation visitation. To make appointments contact the detention control center directly at (918)-227-6371.
Inmates have the ability to correspond with family and friends by mail, inmates can also receive mail from the same. It is important to note, all mail is opened and checked for contraband (illegal smuggled items) prior to being given to the inmate. A reminder that assisting in or bringing contraband into any detention facility may be punishable in a court of law. If you would like to correspond with an inmate by mail, please use the address listed below. Inmates will not be allowed to correspond with other inmates whether in the same facility or another facility.
Items not allowed:
- Polaroid pictures
- Pens, pencils, stamps, envelopes, blank paper, cards with musical devices, etc.
Inmates Full Name
C/o Creek County Justice Center
Po Box 1600
Sapulpa, Oklahoma 74067
INMATE PHONE SERVICES
Inmate phone services are contracted through City Tele Coin. Inmates may make collect phone calls, or purchase pre-paid phone cards from the commissary. The family member or loved one may also choose to set up a direct billing account. If you are receiving harassing, threating, un-wanted calls or have questions, please contact City Tele Coin at 1-800-682-0707.
INMATE SPIRITUAL NEEDS
The inmate’s spiritual needs are met by the Creek County Ministerial Alliance and participation from local churches. Spiritual services are held within the facility 4-5 times a week, or upon written request.
Each inmate has the ability to visit our day room area, which is fully stocked with the most up to date law books and legal documents. The inmates Attorney can visit 7 days a week, up until 6:00 p.m. Attorneys please wait until after 3:00 p.m. on weekends to allow for family visitation.
INMATE MEDICAL SERVICES
In addition the jail contracts their inmate medical needs to Advanced Correctional Services which is staffed by 4 L.P.N.’s, 1 M.D., and 1 M.H.P.P. Anytime an inmate visits medical an $8.00 co-pay will be assessed to the inmates trust account, if the inmate is indigent this cost will be added to the jail cost.
Any medications will be the actual cost of the medication and again will be deducted from the inmates account or added to the jail costs if indigent. Any Department of Corrections inmate who has a Judgment and Sentence on file with the Oklahoma Department of Corrections will not be billed by the County and will be seen by the Department of Corrections medical staff.
Any financial cost of any pre-existing medical condition will be the responsibility of the inmate. Outside medications may be brought to the medical department Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. These medications must be a valid and current prescription, in its original packaging. When bringing these types of medications, please contact the medical department by calling 918-216-1721 and one of the medical staff members will meet you in the front lobby.
The inmates mental health issues are addressed by our medical department, and in some cases Creek County Mental Health Organization (CREOKS) will be contacted.
Capt. Kelly Birch
Lt. Gina Hutchison
Sgt. Cliff Johnson Dep. S. Charkowski
Dep. Travis Worrall Dep. Donnie Taylor Dep. William Campbell