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Michael L. Kenney, Director

Michael L. Kenney, Director

Appointed: September 25, 2013

Nebraska Dept. of Correctional Services
P.O. Box 94661
Lincoln, NE 68509-4661
(402) 471-2654

ProgramsFamilies & Friends Public Interest

Community Corrections Center - Lincoln
Richard Cruickshank, Warden

 

Community Corrections Center - LincolnIn the fall of 1967, Legislative Bill 569 created the Work Release Program. It allowed a select group of inmates to be employed in the community and housed during non-working hours in the institutions. A community residential program was established in 1971. The fall of 1991 saw construction begin on a new 200-bed institution. Opened in July 1993, the facility has four housing units (three male and one female) and is designed to house 44 women and 156 men. The facility can currently house 88 women and 312 men.  The CCC-L has been accredited by the American Correctional Association since 1981.

 

Programs

  • Work detail
  • Work release
  • Educational release
  • Furloughs
  • Community activity passes (e.g. recreation, shopping, religious)
  • ABE/GED and substance abuse programming
  • Other programming (i.e. family counseling, mental health) may be arranged through community support programs and agencies.

Security Levels.  Community A and Community B custody inmates.

 

Community Corrections - Lincoln Visiting Procedures

CCCL Visit Times and Days  

Housing Units B & E

1:00-4:00 p.m. – Saturdays

7:00-10:00 p.m. – Sundays

8:00-10:00 a.m. – Recognized Holidays*

Housing Units C & D

7:00-10:00 p.m. – Saturdays

1:00-4:00 p.m. – Sundays

1:00-3:00 p.m. – Recognized Holidays*

 

* Recognized holidays:  New Year’s Day, Howard’s Day (September 2), Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.  The additional times for visiting will only occur when the holiday falls on a non-visiting day.

Visiting Procedures

 

 

Community Corrections Center - Lincoln General Information

Community inmates participate in the initial step for providing a graduated release through a systematic decrease in supervision and a corresponding increase in responsibility. Inmates nearing release on parole or discharge from sentence are eligible through the classification system to be promoted to community custody status.

Inmates on Community A are assigned to a detail within the facility or on a park or roads crew or other work assignment in the community. Community A inmates are furnished work clothes, room and board, and a daily wage.

Community B inmates participate on the work and/or educational release programs. Inmates on work release are employed in the community, receive competitive wages and pay applicable taxes. Inmates on educational release attend local vocational/technical/business/community colleges and universities. Community B inmates are responsible for his/her own clothing and personal items and pay room and board of $12 per day.

 

Community Corrections Center-Lincoln (CCC-L) Medical Services

Clinic Hours

0600 to 1400

24 hour Health Services coverage

Staffing

  • Medical
    • 1 PA
    • 2 RNs
  • Dental
    • Male inmates seen at various DCS facilities
    • Female inmates seen at DEC
  • Radiology
    • X-rays done at DEC and NSP
  • Laboratory services
    • 24 hour Laboratory availability
  • Ophthalmology
    • Inmates seen at NSP and DEC
  • ON-GROUNDS CONTRACTUAL SERVICES
  • Physicians
    • Infectious Disease
    • Neurologist
    • Psychiatrist
    • Triumph Prosthetics
    • Orthopedic Surgeon

Services available at the Medical Clinic

  • Sick call
  • Minor procedures
  • Outpatient wound care
  • TB testing (annual)
  • Vaccination Clinics
  • Chronic Care Clinics
  • Patient education
  • Intakes, transfers
  • Discharge planning, exit screening, testing
  • 12-Lead EKG’s
  • HBV treatment
  • Diabetic care
  • Well woman exams
  • Emergency care

Behavioral Health Services

  • Follow-up Psychiatric Services
  • Crisis Intervention Services
  • Bibliotherapy Sex Offender Treatment
  • Access to Community Mental Health/Substance Abuse

 

Directions to the Facility

From Interstate 80, take Exit 397 (Hwy 77 South/Beatrice) and continue approximately 4 miles to the "Lincoln via Van Dorn Street" exit and turn right (west) onto West Van Dorn; continue on West Van Dorn for approximately 1.5 miles.

If northbound on Hwy 77 from Beatrice, exit at the "Lincoln via Van Dorn Street" / "Pioneers Park" signs and turn left (west) onto West Van Dorn; continue on West Van Dorn for approximately 1.5 miles. The facility is located on the right (the north entrance to Pioneers Park is on the left).

 

Driving Directions

 

   

 

 

For more information contact:


Megan Davis, Public Information Officer
2720 West Van Dorn
Lincoln, NE

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 2200
Lincoln, NE 68542

Phone: (402) 471-0740

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