Lane County Community Corrections Center (CCC) & Residential Re-Entry Center (RRC)

State Probation and Parole

Last Updated: January 23, 2024
75 W 5th Ave, Eugene, OR 97401

Lane County Community Corrections Center (CCC) & Residential Re-Entry Center (RRC) is for State Probation and Parole offenders have not been sentenced yet and are detained here until their case is heard.

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The Community Corrections Center (CCC) and Residential Re-Entry Center (RRC) is located adjacent to the Main Jail at 75 West 5th Avenue in Eugene. The original facility was opened in 1986 with 32 beds. The facility currently houses 39 offenders. The center can be reached by telephone at 541-682-2297.

Inmates participating in programs at the CCC learn skills that will assist them in securing employment or attending school. This training includes preparing resumes, practicing interview techniques, completing employment and school admission applications.

Once placed at the CCC, participants are required to obtain reasonable employment. They are also responsible for meeting financial responsibilities which include paying a fee that covers the cost of staying at CCC, paying court ordered restitution such as alimony or child support, and paying any other debts.

CCC participants may be required to attend alcohol, drug or other treatment programs. to work with a CCC staff person to follow specific program objectives, and to maintain contact with a Parole and Probation Officer. Program participants may also participate in appropriate educational programs that may benefit them.

It is the goal of the Community Corrections Program to reduce recidivism through assisting participants through addressing criminogenic needs and in transitioning back into the community with both gainful employment and the skills to maintain a clean, sober and productive lifestyle.

Lane County Community Corrections Center Residential Re-Entry Center (CCC/RRC) RESIDENT MANUAL

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Visitation Information


a) Times The following visiting times will be observed for residents and inmate workers: Residents and IW Saturday 1300-1400 and Saturday 1600-1700 (Restricted age limit-18 and over)
b) General Visiting Rules
(1) Maximum of 4 visitors per person unless staff approves more; based on seating availability.
(2) An announcement to close the house will be made just prior to visiting. Please exit the yard and main dayroom immediately and report to your housing area. You will be called if you have a visitor.
(3) Children must remain with guardian at all times and be kept under their immediate supervision. Children must also have ID or documentation showing their name and S.S.N.
(4) The yard is closed during visiting. Visiting is only in the designated dayroom area.
(5) You may greet your visitor with a simple hug/kiss upon arrival and departure in front of the staff office window. Residents are not to enter the stair/entrance with their visitors. No other physical contact is allowed, except that you may hold hands across the top of the table. You may also hold your children. Any deviation may result in loss of visiting privileges. You must sit across the table from your visitors in the dining area. The carpeted areas of the main dayroom are for visitors with children.
(6) Visitors are to use the restrooms in the front lobby. They may obtain the key at the front desk.
(7) Visitors must sign in and out and provide a valid governmental picture ID including date of birth in order to visit.
(8) Visitors may use the vending machines and may buy items for inmate workers. Visitors may not bring opened food, drinks, or gifts into the CCC/RRC. All items being dropped off for the resident must be inspected by staff prior to giving the items to the resident.
(9) Inmates are responsible to make their visitors aware of these rules.
(10) Visitors must act in an appropriate manner. Inmates are to ensure Lane County Community Corrections Center/Residential Reentry Center that the area is clean and neat following visiting.
(11) Ex-prison or jail inmates may be allowed to visit after they have been released from custody for at least 60 days; this includes 60 days from road crew and day-reporting. Staff permission must be given prior to their visit.
(12) Visitors under 18 years of age must be accompanied and supervised by a parent or legal guardian. If you are the parent and you wish to visit with your child, send a request form to your representative. Children may only visit during child approved hours per the schedule.
(13) It is unlawful to bring contraband into a correctional facility. "Contraband" is any article or thing which a person confined in a correctional facility is prohibited by statute, rule or order from obtaining or possessing and whose use would endanger the safety or security of such institution or any person therein.
(14) Visitors can be refused the visit for any of the following reasons:
(a) Odor of or apparently under the influence of alcohol or intoxicants.
(b) Failure to produce valid identification.
(c) Disruptive behavior.
(d) The resident refuses the visit.
(e) Facility security or safety (visitor poses a threat to either).
(f) Inappropriate attire (to be determined by CCC/RRC staff).

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