The Adult Corrections System consists of the three main adult facilities, a prison annex, four Community Work Centers for minimum-security inmates and parolees in the Community Transition Program, prison industries and parole.

Links to the adult facility pages, inmate work programs and prison industries can be found on the menu to the left.

Inmates are offered literacy, Adult Basic Education, General Educational Development (GED) classes, cognitive behavioral, financial and employment programming.  

The state Department of Social Services provides mental health and chemical dependency services for the adult corrections system.
Correctional Behavioral Health

The state Department of Health provides medical, dental and optometric services.
Correctional Health  

Avera eCare Telemedicine

All of our facilities are accredited by the National Commission on Correctional Health Care.

Our website also features a great deal of information on statistics on adult corrections, our history and the various programs provided. Information on a variety of subjects is available on adult corrections in the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's) section of our website.


Cultural Activities

Community Transition Program (CTP)    

Restrictive Housing

DOC Honor Guard


Inmate Living Guide

Inmate Living Guide Spanish

Volunteer Handbook

Law Enforcement agencies: Inmate Intake and Orientation memorandum


Americans with Disability Act Public Notice