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ON O'AHU:

OAHU COMMUNITY CORRECTIONAL CENTER/OCCC (jail)
2199 Kamehameha Hwy.
Honolulu, HI 96819-2307
Phone: (808) 832-1777

HALAWA CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
(medium/HMSF and "special needs" [aka high]/SNF security)
99-902 Moanalua Rd.
Aiea, HI 96701-3252
Phone: (808) 486-2600

WAIAWA CORRECTIONAL FACILITY/WCF (minimum security)
94-560 Kamehameha Hwy.
Waipahu, HI 96797-4201
Phone: (808) 677-6150

WOMEN'S COMMUNITY CORRECTIONAL CENTER/WCCC (women's prison)
42-477 Kalanianaole Hwy.
Kailua, HI 96734-4302
Phone: (808) 266-9893

ON HAWAI'I (aka "The Big Island"):

HAWAII COMMUNITY CORRECTIONAL CENTER/HCCC (jail)
60 Punahele St.
Hilo, HI 96720-2031
Phone: (808) 933-0428

KULANI CORRECTIONAL FACILITY (minimum security)
HC 01 Stainback Hwy.
Hilo, HI 96720
Phone: (808) 935-2280

ON KAUA'I:

KAUAI COMMUNITY CORRECTIONAL CENTER (jail)
3-5351 Kuhio Hwy.
Lihue, HI 96766-9151
Phone: (808) 241-3057

ON MAUI:

MAUI COMMUNITY CORRECTIONAL CENTER (jail)
600 Waiale Rd.
Wailuku, HI 96793-2339
Phone: (808) 243-5860
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Old 03-17-2005, 10:09 PM
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DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY
RESPONSE TO
ACT 200, PART III, SECTION 58
SESSION LAWS OF HAWAII 2003

As amended by
ACT 41, PART II, SECTION 35
SESSION LAWS OF HAWAII 2004
January 2005

BACKGROUND
Due to the overcrowding in Hawaii’s correctional facilities, the Legislature funded the transfer of up to 1,500 Hawaii inmates to private, out-of-state correctional institutions. In addition, the 2004 Hawaii State Legislature provided funds to house up to 120 inmates at the Hawaii-based Federal Detention Center (FDC) or to mainland facilities to relieve the Oahu Community
Correctional Center (OCCC)’s overcrowding.

As of June 2004, the Department of Public Safety had a total of 1,579 inmates in out-of-state facilities. Between July 2003 and April 2004, the Department contracted with two facilities in two states to house Hawaii male inmates. These inmates were housed at the Diamondback Correctional Facility in Watonga, Oklahoma and the Florence Correctional Center in Florence,Arizona. The cost of housing for these facilities was $52.53 per inmate, per day.

In May 2004, entered into an additional contract with the Tallahatchie Correctional Facility in Tutwiler, Mississippi, to house Hawaii male inmates. The cost of housing for this facility was $43.00 per inmate, per day as long as the Department maintained a minimum total number (862) of Hawaii inmates housed at the Florence Correctional Center and the Diamondback Correctional Center at the higher price. By June 2004, 690 Hawaii inmates transferred from
the Florence Correctional Center to the Tallahatchie Correctional Facility.
Effective July 1, 2004, all per diem rates on Hawaii male inmates housed in the Diamondback Correctional Facility and the Florence Correctional Center increased by 2.5% at $53.84 per inmate, per day. Tallahatchie Correctional Facility’s per diem rate shall increase by 2.5% on July 1, 2005.

Female inmates were housed at the Mabel Bassett Correctional Center, formerly known as the Central Oklahoma Correctional Facility, in McLoud, Oklahoma until May 2004. The cost of housing for this facility was $47.90 per inmate, per day. In August 2004, the Department entered into a contract with the Brush Correctional Facility in Brush, Colorado and transferred
its 63 female inmates from Oklahoma into Colorado. The cost of housing for this facility is $51.90 per inmate, per day.

Per day costs for out-of-state facilities do not include the following:
1. Certain medical expenses;
2. Routine transportation of inmates to and from Hawaii;
3. Transportation of inmates to and from Hawaii under special circumstances;
4. Cost of wages for work done by inmate (inmate compensation); and
5. Cost of video-conferencing via long distance telephone calls.

The expenditure report for out-of-state inmates from July 1, 2003 to October 31, 2004 is attached for reference.

Since the last budget proviso report in response to Act 200, Part III, Subsection 58, SLH 2003, submitted to the Legislature in January 2004, the cost for an inmate to be housed at the Hawaii based FDC has decreased from $93.88 to $76.10 per inmate, per day. Hawaii inmates were first accepted for housing at the FDC in January 2001. Due to federal laws that require the Hawaii-based FDC to only accept convicted inmates, the Department is limited to transferring convicted inmates awaiting sentencing hearings.

In FY 2003-2004, the Department expended $1,551,034 for the use of FDC beds. On June 30, 2004, there were 115 inmates housed at the FDC (111 males; 4 females). The number of inmates transferred to the FDC during FY 2003-2004 averaged 53 inmates.

If all cost factors remain the same, it is more cost-effective for Hawaii inmates to be transferred to out-of-state facilities as opposed to remaining at the FDC. The current selection criteria for mainland transfers is primarily based on the state requirements of the receiving facility:

State of Oklahoma:
No persons convicted of sex offenses;
No persons convicted of Escape 1;
No persons convicted of Murder 1; and
Highest custody level accepted is Medium custody

State of Mississippi:
No persons convicted of Escape 1 or any escape involving violence; and
Highest custody level accepted is Close custody

State of Arizona:
No Maximum custody inmates

State of Colorado:
Highest custody level accepted is Medium custody;
(Female Inmates) No persons having any mental health history;
No persons sentenced to Life With/Without Parole (long term); and
No persons convicted of sex offenses with lengthy terms
In addition, the following priorities are included in the overall selection of screening potential inmate candidates for the mainland:
1) Time left to serve on sentence;
2) Program refusal, non-clinical discharge, or misconducts incurred;
3) Multiple-time parole violators with more than 12 months to serve;
4) No pending charges;
5) No medical or mental health conditions that may affect an inmate’s
ability to function within a normal range; and
6) Inmates that volunteer and have cleared all facility holds.
In October 2004, the Department with the approval of the Governor’s Office created and established the Mainland & FDC Branch. Under the general supervision of the Department’s Institutions Division Administrator, this branch has the statewide responsibility for all Hawaii inmates (male and female) housed in mainland prison facilities and the Federal Detention Center.

This report is submitted to the Legislature as required by Act 41, Part II, Section 35, Session
Laws of Hawaii 2004.

http://www.hawaii.gov/psd/documents/...05_Report4.pdf
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Much mahalo to one of our members, Jodi453 for giving us a "head's up" about this website. It is public access to court information. You can follow each court appearance, tell when (and who) an attorney is appointed, the judge, you can read the minutes of the hearings, etc. It is a wealth of information.

http://hoohiki2.courts.state.hi.us/j...in.htm?spawn=1
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State of Hawaii Department of Public Safety Corrections Division

http://www.hawaii.gov/psd/corr_home.php



Hawaii is one of only six states in the country that has its jail functions at the State level. Traditionally, jails are the responsibility of county government.

The Hawaii Department of Public Safety is responsible for four jails: one on each of the islands of Oahu, Hawaii, Maui and Kauai.



Contact Phone Numbers:


Deputy Director for Corrections Phone: 587-1340
Offender Management Program 587-1367
Inmate Classification 587-2567
Institutions Division Administrator Phone: 587-1258



JAILS

Hawaii Community Correctional Center Phone: 933-0428
60 Punahele Street
Hilo, Hawaii 96720

Kauai Community Correctional Center Phone: 241-3057
5350 Kuhio Highway
Lihue, Hawaii 96766

Maui Community Correctional Center Phone: 243-5860
600 Waiale Drive
Wailuku, Hawaii 96793

Oahu Community Correctional Center
2199 Kamehameha Highway Phone: 832-1777
Honolulu, HI 96819

Laumaka Work Furlough Center 832-5815


PRISONS


Halawa High / Medium Security Facility Phone: 486-2600
99-902 Moanalua Highway
Aiea, Hawaii 96701

Kulani Correctional Facility Phone: 935-2280
HC01, Stainback Highway
Hilo, Hawaii 96720



Waiawa Correctional Facility Phone: 677-6150
94-560 Kamehameha Highway
Waipahu, Hawaii 96797
P.O. Box 1839 Pearl City, HI 96782

Women’s Community Correctional Facility Phone: 266-9580
42-477 Kalanianaole Highway
Kailua, Hawaii 96734


INTAKE SERVICE CENTERS DIVISION



Intake Service Centers Division Administrator Phone: 587-1262


Oahu Intake Service Center Phone: 832-1497


Hawaii Intake Service Center Phone: 933-8825

Kauai Intake Service Center Phone: 245-7351


Maui Intake Service Center Phone: 243-5008


CORRECTIONS PROGRAM SERVICES DIVISION

Corrections Program Services Division Administrator Phone: 587-1266
Education Services 587-1275
Food Services 587-2552
Library Services 587-1274
Substance Abuse Services 587-1272
Sex Offender Treatment Programs 587-1271
Volunteer/Religious Services 587-1269
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Hawaii Community Correctional Center

60 Punahele Street
Hilo, HI 96720

Phone: (808) 933-0428



The Hawaii Community Correctional Center (HCCC) is a 226-bed facility located on two sites. The primary facility is situated on three acres in downtown Hilo. Hale Nani, the facility's community reintegration program, is located five miles away in Panaewa.

In addition to its jail functions, HCCC provides reintegration programming and a work release program at Hale Nani for sentenced inmates who will be released on the island of Hawaii. HCCC also contracts with the Big Island Substance Abuse Council for a transitional community residential program in Hilo for female offenders.

Work opportunities are available through in-facility worklines and Correctional Industries. Inmates are also able to participate in community service worklines for county, state and not-for-profit organizations.



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Kauai Community Correctional Center
5350 Kuhio Highway
Lihue, HI 96766

Phone: (808) 241-3057



The Kauai Community Correctional Center (KCCC) is a 130-bed facility. In addition to its jail functions, KCCC offers education, substance abuse treatment, religious counseling, cultural arts and work furlough programs.

KCCC offers sentenced felons an opportunity to participate in its Lifetime Stand Program, which provides a structured, para-military regimen of marching, drill exercises, physical training, education and community outreach. The Lifetime Stand Program stresses discipline, perseverance, work ethic and personal responsibility.

In addition to in-facility worklines, KCCC community service worklines continue to provide a labor force on numerous projects for county and not-for profit organizations. KCCC's vegetable farm and fish farm are also maintained by inmates, with products used by the facility's food services unit. Excess crops and fish are donated to community organizations such as senior centers.



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Maui Community Correctional Center
600 Waiale Drive
Wailuku, HI 96793

Phone: (808) 243-5860



The Maui Community Correctional Center (MCCC) is located on approximately seven acres in Wailuku. In addition to housing pre-trial detainees, MCCC provides reintegration programming to sentenced felons and parole violators who will be released on Maui.

Among the programs offered at MCCC are adult basic education, GED, parenting and cognitive skills, substance abuse treatment, vocational training and work furlough. Extended furlough is offered in conjunction with the Maui Intake Service Center.

An innovative program enables select pre-trial inmates, sentenced felons and parole violators to participate in in-facility treatment services, which is followed by another nine months of treatment in the community.



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Oahu Community Correctional Center
2199 Kamehameha Highway
Honolulu, HI 96819

Phone: (808) 832-1777




The Community Correctional Center (OCCC) is the largest jail in the State and is situated on 16 acres in urban Honolulu. The 950-bed facility houses pre-trial detainees. In addition to its jail functions, OCCC also provides reintegration programming for male sentenced felons.

The pre-trial population at OCCC is offered educational, self-improvement and religious programs. The sentenced inmate population is offered programs in substance abuse, domestic violence, cognitive skills, parenting, community service worklines, work furlough, and extended furlough. In addition to programs, there are work opportunities through Correctional Industries, with the majority of jobs in light construction (i.e. office wall panel construction and installation). In an average year, OCCC employs over 400 inmates in its in-facility worklines to provide support services for its kitchen, laundry, and other operations.

OCCC staff also oversees the Laumaka Work Furlough Center (LWFC), which is located a block away from the jail. Inmates assigned to LWFC are either actively seeking employment or working in the community. Project Bridge, which occupies one of the buildings, is the transitional program for offenders who have completed their primary substance abuse treatment.



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Halawa Correctional Facility
99-902 Moanalua Road
Aiea, HI 96702

Phone: (808) 486-2600



The Hawaii Correctional Facility (HCF) is made up of two separate and distinct buildings: a special needs facility and a medium security facility. The special needs facility is the old City and County Halawa Jail, originally opened in 1962 and transferred to the State in 1977. It houses maximum and closed custody inmates, as well as those who require protective custody. It also serves inmates with severe and chronic mental illnesses that preclude them from being placed in the general population.

The medium security facility opened in 1987, and is still the newest and largest prison facility in Hawaii's correctional system. It houses male sentenced felons. In order to mitigate overcrowding, there were approximately 1,400 males from HCF housed at out-of-state contracted facilities in Arizona, Oklahoma and Mississippi as of June 30, 2004.

Among the programs offered at HCF are a broad range of education classes, substance abuse treatment services and sex offender treatment services. In-facility workline positions and work opportunities are also available through Correctional Industries.



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This facility has closed, as of 11-20-09.
The incarcerated population of approximately one hundred twenty at the Kulani correctional facility was transferred to the Halawa correctional facility.
There are meetings to plan to reopen this facility and hopefully more will be known at the end of 2011.
http://www.capitol.hawaii.gov/sessio...B1358_HD2_.HTM





Kulani Correctional Facility
HC 01, Stainback Highway
Hilo, HI 96720

Phone: (808) 935-2280



The Kulani Correctional Facility (KCF) is a 160-bed minimum-security prison that incorporates vocational training and specialized programming for male inmates nearing the end of their sentence. Situated on 20 acres, it opened in 1946 as a work camp.

Kulani is the primary location for the department's sex offender treatment program. Past programs at KCF initially focused on assigning inmates agricultural work, specifically cultivating fruits and vegetables. Planting and cutting koa forests were also at one time a large part of the facility's programs.

Over the years, Kulani's programs have evolved with the changing technological needs and the job market. Today's worklines stress mechanical repair and maintenance, construction, heavy equipment operation and computer work.



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Waiawa Correctional Facility
94-560 Kamehameha Highway
Waipahu, HI 96797

Phone: (808) 677-6150




WCF is a 334-bed minimum-security prison for sentenced male inmates. It provides an environment that helps inmates transition from traditional prison to re-entry into the community. inmates. All inmates participate in education or substance abuse treatment programs.

240 beds are devoted to a substance abuse treatment called KASHBOX, an intensive residential treatment program for those with serious substance abuse problems. The other major substance abuse treatment program is Crossroads, which is designed for parole violators who return to prison for failing to comply with the conditions of their parole because of substance abuse. It was implemented in 1999, with 40 beds.

A unique pilot program designed to help substance-abusing inmates become better fathers, Supporting Keiki of Incarcerated Parents is a program where inmate fathers engage in structured play groups with their young children, participate in group parenting sessions, and share in reading activities with their children.

WCF also provides general education programs, as well as Hawaiian language and culture leading to an associate of arts degree. Several in-facility worklines also help inmates acquire and practice good work habits and to learn useful skills. These worklines include food service, building maintenance, heavy equipment, farm, janitorial, educational tutoring and landscaping.



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Women's Community Correctional Center
42-477 Kalanianaole Highway
Kailua, HI 96734

Phone: (808) 266-9580



WCCC is the only women's prison in Hawaii. It also serves the needs of pre-trial and sentenced female offenders. The facility houses female offenders who are of maximum, medium and minimum custody levels.

WCCC offers a 50-bed gender responsive, substance abuse therapeutic community called Ke Alaula. Other offerings included a cognitive-based curriculum, parenting and educational classes, domestic violence treatment, day reporting and electronic monitoring programs. Project Bridge is a program designed to assist female offenders with transitioning back to society through employment, education and substance abuse after care treatment.

In addition to in-facility programs, WCCC participates in many community service projects for state, county agencies and non-profit organizations.



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How do I find an inmate at Mauii MCCC? I think she is federal awaiting sentence. thanks, prosemike
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MAUI COMMUNITY CORRECTIONAL CENTER (jail)
600 Waiale Rd.
Wailuku, HI 96793-2339
Phone: (808) 243-5860
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