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Kettle Moraine Correctional Institution
Kettle Moraine Correctional InstitutionMr. Bob Humphreys, Warden

W9071 Forest Drive
P.O. Box 31
Plymouth, WI 53073

Phone: 920-526-3244
Fax: 920-526-9320

Inmate Mail - P.O. Box 282, 53073-0282
Inmate Money - P.O. Box 444, 53073-0444
* Mail sent to the wrong P.O. Box for these items will be returned to sender in their entirety at the inmate's expense
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Mission Statement
To ensure public and staff safety, keep inmates in medium custody until such time as they are properly released or transferred; provide for the custodial needs of inmates; motivate inmates to learn and develop skills which will prepare them to adjust to the community; and to work cooperatively within the institution and with the Department and the public and to ensure that health care is provided to inmates and youths at the institution consistent with professional, community, and correctional health care standards.

Special Historical Notes and Other Institutional Information
Kettle Moraine Correctional Institution (KMCI) is located adjacent to Kettle Moraine State Forest in Sheboygan County approximately 10 miles west of Plymouth, and 17 miles southeast of Fond du Lac. The facility was opened in 1962 as a Boys School with a rated capacity of 287. Over the years, the Kettle Moraine Boys School has gradually transformed into the KMCI to reflect the growth and change in DOC.

The transformation to an adult institution included new buildings, a double 12-foot high fence, seven armed towers and many technological enhancements to insure the safety and security of the public, staff and inmates. KMCI has a dedicated staff that has always provided fresh, innovative ideas to the DOC. In September 2001, Kettle Moraine hosted the first inmate job fair to take place inside a Wisconsin correctional institution.