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Oakhill Correctional Institution
Oakhill Correctional InstitutionMr. Daniel Westfield, Warden

5212 County Hwy. M
P.O. Box 140
Oregon, WI 53575-0140

Phone: (608) 835-3101
Fax-Warden: (608) 835-6090
Fax-HSU: (608) 835-6082

Visiting Information - English

Visiting Information - Spanish

Institution Annual Report

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Purpose Statement
The purpose of Oakhill Correctional Institution (OCI) is to maintain the safe and secure custody of minimum security offenders in a responsive, supportive, equitable and quality environment.  The primary emphasis is to prepare offenders for release into the community by providing education, treatment programs, work release opportunities and pre-release programming.

Special units: University of Wisconsin Hospitals and Clinics
Number of security staff: 170

Special Historical Notes and Other Institutional Information
OCI was originally opened as the Wisconsin School for Girls in June 1941. It is listed as a historical site in the State Historical Society Register. OCI also operates the Security Unit at UW Hospitals and Clinics. This is a maximum security 10 bed in-patient unit, where inmates for all Wisconsin correctional facilities are sent for specialized medical care.