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IDOC > Facilities > Adult > Correctional Industrial Facility Correctional Industrial Facility

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When: October 08, 2015; 8:30 am – 12:30 pm
Where: 5124 Reformatory Rd,
               Pendleton, IN 46064
 

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Facility Summary

 

Established
1985

Security Level
Medium

Avg Daily Population
Calendar Year 2013: 1,416

Housing
Celled space


Superintendent
Wendy Knight

Address:
5124 W. Reformatory Road
Pendleton, IN 46064

Phone Number:
(765) 778-8011

Community Advisory Board

This is the Pendleton Correctional Complex Advisory Board. The starting times for all dates will be 9:00 AM.  

Meetings

  • January 15, 2014 – Pendleton Juvenile Correctional Facility
  • July 16, 2014 – Correctional Industrial Facility

CAB Members (Pendleton Correctional Complex)

VOLUNTEER INFORMATION

Community Involvement Coordinator

Michelle Kirk

mkirk@idoc.IN.gov

765-778-8011 ext. 1044

Volunteer Programs

Religious Services - The chapel is a great way to help bring others closer to their faith. We hold many different religious services in our Chapel. We also allow religious studies on our Faith Dorm, SHAMGAR.

Recreation - Our recreation department has many different areas that offenders can express themselves. That includes art, music, and exercise equipment / sports.

The Purposeful Living Units Served (PLUS) program encourages the offenders to change their criminal thinking and improve themselves and others around them. We are currently donating garden produce to local food banks.

 Volunteer/Donation Needs

We currently need volunteers for our PLUS program to help facilitate classes. Our recreation department needs volunteers that can lead our recreation band and art classes.