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Ms.Heather
05-03-2004, 09:57 AM
Old Colony Correctional Center
1 Administration Road
Bridgewater, MA 02324

Phone (508)279-6000
Security Level: 5/3
Superintendent: Tim Hall
Deputy Superintendent: Lisa A. Mitchell

Old Colony Correctional Center is a high-tech medium security facility located on thirty acres of land at the Bridgewater Correctional Complex, along with Bridgewater State Hospital, Southeastern Correctional Center, Massachusetts Boot Camp, and the Treatment Center. Since Old Colony is not a committing institution, inmates are transferred there from other Massachusetts Department of Correction facilities


Visiting

Hours

General Population
Sunday, Monday,Thursday, Friday, Saturday: 1:00PM- 3:45PM & 5:30PM-8:45PM

Inmates are allowed five visits per week. Visitors will be allowed to remain in the Visiting Room from one period to another, however they will be charged for two visits.

Visitors will not be allowed entry into the Institution Lobby until 12:00 noon for the 1st visiting period and no entry until 4:45 p.m. for the 2nd visiting period. Visitors will not be allowed to gain entrance into the visiting room between the hours of 2:45 - 3:15 p.m. during change of shift; 3:45 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. and after 8:00 p.m.

Segregation - Non-contact

To schedule a visit for an inmate in segregation, please call the officer in charge of Segregation on Monday and Tuesday ONLY… between 9:00AM and 12:00PM, at (508) 279-6966 x 6966.

Inmates are allowed no more than two visiting periods per week. Visits will be limited to one hour periods. Only two visitors are allowed per visiting period.
Visiting time periods are as follows:
SUNDAY: 1:15 - 2:15 p.m, 2:30 - 3:30 p.m., and 3:45 - 4:45 p.m.
MONDAY: 5:15 - 6:15 p.m, 6:30 - 7:30 p.m, and 7:45 - 8:45 p.m
THURSDAY: 1:15 - 2:15 p.m 2:30 - 3:30 p.m. and 3:45 - 4:45 p.m

Dress Code

MALE VISITORS- The following is NOT acceptable for male visitors: Blue, black dress pants with white shirt,Dungaree pants, vests, jackets. Sweatpants, sweatshirts w/hoods. Sweatshirts allowed must have logo, etc. Cannot be solid in color., Fatigue or camouflage clothing, Shorts, Bare midriff or muscle shirts, Any clothing similar to that issued to an inmate or uniformed personnel, No bare feet (Sandals are acceptable),All visitors are required to wear undergarments, No hair ribbons, bands, barrettes, hair accessories, etc., Hair pieces are, subject to search, Headgear with religious and/or ethnic significance are subject to search., No excessively baggy clothing of any type,No double layered clothing on the lower half of the person (i.e. two (2) pairs of under shorts, two (2) pants, running Pants with liners etc., No Farmer type clothing. (Jeans, pants etc.,)

FEMALE VISITORS -.The following is NOT acceptable for female visitors: No tights, leotards or body suits of dance exercise fashion to be worn alone as an outfit; allowed only with shirts that reach the top of’ the knee, No halter tops, clothing that reveals the midriff, No tops are permitted which expose the back beyond the upper. shoulder area, No visibly sheer clothing with/without undergarments, No excessively baggy clothing of any type, Proper traditional undergarments (i.e. bras, underpants) must be worn, No bathing suits, Dresses/Skirts/Shorts/Short type clothing-Bottom of shorts/skirts/dresses MUST be below the KNEE, If the shorts/skirts/dresses/short type clothing has a slit, then the top of the slit must be BELOW the knee. The slit shall not exceed 6”, No high cut or excessively revealing clothing, No open pockets, No nylons or underwear with holes in the immediate crotch area, No double layered clothing on the lower half of the person (i.e. two (2) pairs of underpants, two (2) pants, running pants with liners, etc.), No farmer pants or farmer pant type jumpers, shorts etc., No hair ribbons, bands, barrettes, hair accessories, etc.,Flair pieces are subject to search, Footwear is required by all visitors, No hooded clothing,No easy access clothing (i.e., button down dresses or skirts),No clothing with zippers that allow easy access i.e., zippers at bottom of pants or sweats, any garment that zippers are from top to bottom with no other means of closure,No sleeveless clothing of any type , No jewelry other than wedding ring and medical bracelet/necklace.

Outdoor Visits
Upon daily evaluation of the weather conditions, or other factors, the Shift Commander shall determine if outdoor visits are to be held.

Funds
Visitors may drop off checks or money orders - NO CASH - in the box marked INMATE CHECKS in the outer control lobby. It should be in a sealed envelope with the inmate’s name and number clearly marked.

Photo Procedure
Inmates who wish to purchase photos must submit their request as part of their canteen request. Photo price is determined by canteen. Photo purchases will be subject to the same policies and procedures as other canteen items requested. Purchases are limited to five.

The Following programs are available to inmates at OCCC:

Departmental Services:

Building Bridges to Employment
Chaplaincy Services
Library Services
Recreation Services
Reentry Services
Volunteer Services

Departmental Programs:
Correctional Recovery Academy
Release and Lower Security Preparation Program

Correctional Industries:

Printing is the trade being taught at the full scale Printing Plant. Products offered vary from letterhead to continuous forms. Our Embroidery Shop produces arm patches, caps, jackets, and tee shirts. This shop employs twenty-eight inmates.

Education and Training:

Adult Basic Education
Computer Technology
Culinary Arts
Educational Counseling
English as a Second Language
GED
Pre-GED
Special Education
Title One
Welding

Institution Specific Programs:

Able Minds
Alternatives to Violence (AVP)
Chess Club
City Mission Fellowship
Cultural Groups
HIV/AIDS Education
Library Law Clerk Training
Lifers' Group
Music Program
Native American Spiritual Circle
The Neocatechumal Way
Rational Recovery Program
Self/Help Twelve Step Programs
Speaking Without Fear
Toastmasters
Veteran's Program
Youth Outreach

Ms.Heather
01-27-2005, 08:31 AM
Bridgewater Correctional Complex
Administration Road
Bridgewater, MA 02324

From Boston: Take Route 93 South/Southeast Expressway to the Braintree split at Route 3. Take Routes 128/93. Take Route 24 South to Route 495 South. Take exit 6 (Route 44). Bear right off the exit ramp. At the Middleboro rotary, take Routes 18/28 North. This is Bedford Street. Take a right onto the access road at the Bridgewater Correctional Complex sign.

From the North: Take Route 495 South to exit 6 (Route 44). Bear right off the exit ramp. At the Middleboro rotary, take Routes 18/28 North. This is Bedford Street. Take a right onto the access road at the Bridgewater Correctional Complex sign.

From the South: Take Route 495 North to exit 5 (Route 18 North/Route 44 East). Bear right off the exit ramp. At the Middleboro rotary, take Routes 18/28 North). This is Bedford Street. Take a right onto the access road at the Bridgewater Correctional Complex sign.

From the East: Take Route 44 West to the Middleboro rotary. Take Routes 18/28 North. This is Bedford Street. Take a right onto the access road at the Bridgewater Correcitonal Complex sign.

From the West: Take the Massachusetts Turnpike to Route 495 South. Take exit 6 (Route 44). Bear right off the exit ramp. At the Middleboro rotary, take the Routes 18/28 North. This is Bedford Street. Take a right onto the access road at the Bridgewater Correctional Complex.

Inside the Complex:
Massachusetts Alcohol and Substance Abuse Center
2 Administration Road
Bridgewater, MA 02324
(508) 279-3500
Located on the left approximately 3/4 mile from the start of the access road.

Old Colony Correctional Center
One Administration Road
Bridgewater, MA 02324
(508)279-6000
Take the first right approximately ½ mile from the beginning of-access-road. Old Colony Correctional Center is on the left and the parking lot is on the right.

Massachusetts Treatment Center
30 Administration Road
Bridgewater, MA 02324
(508)279-8100
Take the first right off the access road and go approximately 1/4 of a mile past Old Colony Correctional Center. The Massachusetts Treatment Center is located on the right and the parking lot is on the left.

Bridgewater State Hospital
20 Administration Road
Bridgewater, MA 02324
(508)279-4500
Take the first right off the access road and go past Old Colony Correctional Center. Go approximately 1/4 of a mile past the Massachusetts Treatment Center. Bridgewater State Hospital is located directly in front with parking available on either side.

Matt Talbot House
Office of the Assistant Deputy Commissioner and Core Services
15 Administration Road
Bridgewater, MA 02324
(508)279-3800
Take the first right off the access road and go past Old Colony Correctional Center. Go past the Massachusetts Treatment Center to the stop sign directly in front of Bridgewater State Hospital. Turn left. The Matt Talbot House is the first building on the right approximately 1/8 of a mile from the stop sign. The parking lot is adjacent to the building.

Warren Hall Training Center
12 Administration Road
Bridgewater, MA 02324
(508)279-3700
Take the first right off the access road and go past Old Colony Correctional Center. Go past the Massachusetts Treatment Center to the stop sign directly in front of Bridgewater State Hospital. Turn left. Warren Hall Training Center is the second building on the right and the parking lot is located on the right after Warren Hall.