Kenosha Correctional Center
Ms. Ann Krueger, Superintendent
6353 14th Ave.
Kenosha, WI 53143
Information on the Kenosha Correctional Center (KCC)
KCC is a minimum security, 115-bed correctional institution for adult males located in Kenosha. KCC was opened in 1990 and is located in a residential and commercial area in Kenosha. Inmates placed at the center are primarily from southeastern Wisconsin. Most inmates will be released to that area of the state. Twenty-two permanent staff (14 security and eight non-security) members provide supervision and programs to the inmates.
Programs Offered at KCC
The main program at KCC is community work release, where inmates are supervised by local employer participants to gain work experience. Upon intake they complete a monitoring period while working an institution job, project crew or community service. While on work release, inmates pay room, board, and transportation charges. The offenders also pay child support, restitution, and other court obligations while they are on work release. All inmates work on pre-release curriculum modules to prepare for their community re-entry.