Clallam Bay Corrections Center
near Clallam Bay, Washington
|Security class||Maximum, Close, Medium|
|Capacity||858 as of June 2008|
|Managed by||Washington State Department of Corrections|
|Director||Ron Fraker, Superintendent|
CBCC opened as a medium-custody 450-bed facility in 1985 and converted to a Closed Custody facility in 1991. In 1992, it expanded to house an additional 400 medium-custody inmates. Today, the facility house 900 inmates.
The facility provides medium-, maximum-, and closed-custody housing for inmates who are serving sentences for crimes committed in Washington State. Currently, 68.4% of Clallam Bay's offenders were convicted of violent offenses, with an average age of 32.1 years old.
There are 400 full-time professional correctional employees at Clallam Bay. Five correctional industries staff members manage the on-site garment industry. Thirty members of the staff and faculty from Peninsula College serve at the facility, providing adult offender education and staff training programs.
Sources and External Links
- Clallam Bay Corrections Center - Official Site
- WA DOC Monthly Brochure - Washington DOC Confinement Statistics, as of May 31, 2008