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WI DOC - Fox Lake Correctional Institution (FLCI)

State Prison

Last Updated: May 14, 2021
Address
W10237 Lake Emily Rd, Fox Lake, WI 53933-0147
Beds
1047
County
Dodge
Phone
920-928-3151
Fax
920-928-6929

Fox Lake Correctional is for State Prison offenders sentenced up to twelve months.

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WI DOC - Fox Lake Correctional Institution (FLCI) basic information to help guide you through what you can do for your inmate while they are incarcerated. The facility's direct contact number: 920-928-3151

The inmates housed at Fox Lake Correctional located at W10237 Lake Emily Rd in Fox Lake, WI are placed according to their custody level (determined by a number of factors including the past criminal history and the length of their sentence). There are ample educational and vocational training programs for all inmates, especially ones that show a willingness to learn new things that will prepare them for a better life when they are released. The mission is to promote and prepare the offender to leave in better shape than when they arrived, giving them the best chance to never come back and thus lower the state's recidivism rate.

FLCI is a medium-security state prison located in Dodge County, WI and was the first medium-security institution in the United States opened under a responsible living, no pass system concept. FLCI has an operating capacity of about 1000 offenders and currently houses over 1,300 adult male inmates. The facility is comprised of six housing units that have 96 single cells each. To increase the holding capacity of this facility 52 of the cells are double-bunked. In addition to cells, the Institution has two large dormitories to house inmates, situated on 85 acres, surrounded by approximately 1200 acres owned by the State of Wisconsin.

The main structures consist of an entrance facility/armory; administration building; chapel; food service, laundry, and health services building; education building; nine housing units; recreation building; garage; and industries, maintenance, and vocational shop building. Two of the housing units are dormitory/barracks-style settings. Inmates are permitted scheduled movement within the institution and rules are intended to help individuals live together in an orderly manner.

Fox Lake Correctional Institution offers technical training in automotive maintenance, cabinetmaking and millwork, computer drafting, horticulture, custodial services, machining, small engine technologies, welding, HVAC and masonry. Adult basic education, correspondence courses, re-entry/pre-release programs and cognitive intervention programs are all offered at this prison. Medical, dental, and psychological services are available to all inmates. Additional treatment programs at Fox Lake include domestic violence counseling, and alcohol/substance abuse treatment. This facility participates in the Badger State Prison Industries program and allows about 40-50 select inmates to work in a wood/laminated furniture factory that produces products sold to state agencies. Offenders are paid anywhere from .05-$1.00 per hour depending on their work assignment.

The basic objectives of the FLCI are:
  • The protection of society and rehabilitation of the offender
  • To provide custody and care of a select group of adult male offenders incarcerated by law
  • To create an atmosphere or climate which restores the dignity of the individual and provides optimum opportunity for positive behavioral changes
  • To introduce, develop and maintain correctional programs that will be treatment-oriented to the highest possible degree
  • To provide meaningful work and community service opportunities for qualified inmates, aiding their reintegration into society
FLCI operates under a responsible living concept. Inmates are expected to take responsibility for their own behavior and, with guidance, develop and accomplish productive goals that will help them transition to minimum custody and ultimately make a positive reintegration into the community.
Upon arrival at FLCI, inmates are informed that we believe courtesy is contagious and attitude is everything. Cooperation with staff and other inmates is the key to a successful stay. That cooperation, coupled with a wholesome work ethic and honest effort, will help inmates to lead productive lives both inside and outside the institutional setting.
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The “lifecycle” of an inmate’s incarceration is comprised of three basic components, beginning at intake and continuing through their release into the community.
Reception, Orientation and Assessment
Dodge Correctional Institution (male) and Taycheedah Correctional Institution (female) function as the primary reception or intake sites within the adult prison system. During the intake processes, inmates will be oriented regarding numerous matters, such as:
• Security expectations - institution rules, movement, property regulations, and other safety issues.
• Daily living expectations - hygiene, meals, housekeeping, mail, phone calls, and visiting.
• Business matters - inmate accounts, restitution and other legal obligations, canteen, legal loans, and money transactions.
A primary function of intake is Assessment and Evaluation. Inmates are evaluated by Health Services, Psychological Services, and Classification. This process takes approximately eight weeks. At the conclusion, an Initial Classification staffing is conducted. This staffing determines inmate custody, program assignments, and recommended site placements. After the staffing decision is approved, if a site other than the intake site is selected, inmate transfer will occur as soon as space is available at the receiving site.

Options and Opportunities During Incarceration
When an inmate arrives at his or her assigned facility, they are provided with information about programs available to them while incarcerated.
Aside from primary education, treatment and skills training programs, many other activities are available to inmates during incarceration. These vary by facility and may include:
• Community Service
• Parenting
• Vermaculture
• Dog Training
• Recovery Support Groups
• Veterans Assistance
• Gardening
• Recreation
• Visiting
• Hobby/Craft Activities
• Religious Study & Services
• Work Assignments
• Music
• Restorative Justice
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The DOC is a "Local Education Agency," which can be defined as a public authority legally recognized as an administrative agency for public elementary or secondary education. Within the DOC, the Division of Adult Institutions offers Adult Basic Education (ABE) and Career Technical Education (CTE/Vocational) programs at 18 correctional institutions and nine correctional centers for eligible inmates who are identified as having an academic or vocational need.

The ABE program includes General Education Development (GED); High School Equivalency Diploma (HSED); and English as a Second Language (ESL) classes. The CTE/Vocational Program includes 23 vocational areas of study, with 13 possible apprenticeship opportunities. As of July 2016, the DOC has added post-secondary educational opportunities for associate and bachelor degree programs, in collaboration with the state's technical college system and four-year colleges and universities. For more information on ABE and CTE/Vocational programs, please see Opportunities and Options Resource Guide, which is available in both English and Spanish.

Screenings and assessments intended to evaluate an inmate’s educational literacy levels and needs are completed as part of DAI’s overall Assessment and Evaluation for Primary Education.
Adult Basic Education (ABE) Programs
• English as a Second Language
• General Education Development (GED)
• High School Equivalency Diploma (HSED)
Career Technical Education (CTE)/Vocational Programs
• Auto Maintenance
• Barbering and Cosmetology
• Braille Transcription
• Building Maintenance and Construction
• Cabinetry and Cabinet Making
• Commercial Bakery
• Computer-Assisted Drafting
• Computer Help Desk
• Computer Literacy
• Computer Numerical Controls
• Culinary Arts and Food Service
• Custodial Services
• Industrial Maintenance Mechanics
• Horticulture
• Institution Food Production
• Machine Tool Operations
• Masonry
• Motorcycle, Marine, and Outdoor Products
• Multi-Operational Aide
• Office Assistant/Aide
• Office Software Applications
• Printing
• Welding

Preparing for Release
The overall goal of pre-release planning is to assist inmates in their preparation for returning to their communities by:
• Providing individualized release planning with an assigned social worker, in connection with an assigned DCC probation and parole agent.
• Encouraging and establishing positive contact with family and/or other support systems to initiate, maintain, and finalize release planning.
• Establishing appropriate post-release residency and treatment plans, as needed.
• Offering options for post-release employment and/or educational opportunities.
• Providing referrals and resources for assistance throughout the pre-release process.
• Encouraging participants to take personal responsibility for his/her actions now and in the future.

Inmate Locator

WI DOC - Fox Lake Correctional Institution (FLCI) is a facility in the Wisconsin Department of Corrections. The DOC publishes the names of their current inmates and identifies which of their locations the inmate is being held. Your search should start with the first DOC locator to see if your loved one is there. Begin with the first three letters of the offender's first and last name, it does not have to be spelled exactly.

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Covid Visitation Information

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Visitation Information

WI DOC - Fox Lake Correctional Institution - Visitation

Visiting hours
2:30 pm – 8:45 pm Mon-Friday
8:00 am – 3:45 pm Sat/Sun/ Holidays
NOTE: Visitors may not enter the entrance facility until 15 minutes prior to the start of visiting hours and may not loiter outside the entrance facility prior to this time. During scheduled inmate counts (12:30 pm and 5:30 pm), visitors will not be permitted to leave until after the count has cleared.

The visiting week begins on Monday and ends the following Sunday. Visits must begin 45 minutes prior to the end of visiting hours. Visits may last up to three hours during weekdays and up to two hours during weekends and holidays. For visiting purposes, the recognized holidays are: New Year’s Day, Martin Luther King Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and New Year’s Eve

RESTRICTIVE HOUSING NO CONTACT VISITING
Visiting Hours
2:30 pm – 5:00 pm Mon-Friday
8:00 am – 11:00 am Sat/Sun/ Holidays

Restrictive housing unit visits will be restricted to a maximum of two visitors during a visit. No one under the age of 18 may visit without prior approval from the Security Director.
Inmates in restrictive status will be allowed no more than three visits per week, with each visit lasting no more than one hour, unless further restricted by the Administrative Code, as outlined below:
• Observation or Controlled Separation – one hour per week, with the Warden’s approval
• Temporary Lock Up, Disciplinary Separation, Voluntary Confinement, and Administrative Confinement – four hours per month; no more than one hour per visiting week (Mon-Sun)
• Cell Confinement – no visits allowed
• Visits must be taken in one-hour increments; any visit lasting for a portion of an hour will be counted as a full hour.

Inmates on no-contact visit restriction in general population status will be entitled to a maximum of nine hours visiting time per week, under the same guidelines as regular visits.

Visits to inmates in restrictive status may be limited or terminated if the Security Director or designee determines that the conduct of the inmate or visitor poses a security threat to the institution.
No more than three no-contact visits can be accommodated at one time; therefore, length of visits may need to be adjusted based on availability of visiting space. If it is necessary to terminate a no-contact visit due to overcrowding, the visitors who arrived first will be terminated first.

VISIT ENTRANCE PROCEDURES

Fox Lake Correctional Institution is a tobacco free/drug free environment. Tobacco must be secured in your vehicle and CANNOT be locked in the lockers in the entrance facility. Visitors are required to comply with efforts to deter the entry of drugs, alcohol or weapons into the facility. Those who attempt to bring these items into the institution will be subject to restricted visiting privileges and referral to the Dodge County District Attorney for prosecution for a felony. Persons exhibiting signs of intoxication or under the influence of any other drug will not be allowed to enter the institution. Any abuse of visiting privileges or non-compliance with the rules listed may result in termination of the visit or suspension and/or revocation of visiting privileges. Specific rules for visiting behavior are available from the visiting officers and are also in the housing units for inmates

Only visitors on the inmate’s approved visiting list shall be permitted to visit the inmate. This includes adults, minors and infants. Only six adults are allowed per a single visit. Visitors will be hand stamped prior to entrance.

Inmates are permitted three visits per week, but only one may be on a weekend. Inmates may have two different visits on the same weekday if they involve different visitors. Visitors can join a visit for the time remaining on a visit. Visiting time may not be accumulated. After a visitor leaves the institution, they will not be allowed to re-join a visit.

All visitors age 16 and older must provide identification. The only acceptable forms of identification are:
• Valid State Driver’s License or Temporary Driving/Identification Receipt
• Valid Passport or Visa
• Valid Department of Transportation ID
• Valid Military ID
• Valid Tribal ID (if it provides photo)

All visitors must pass through and clear the metal detector. Visitors will be given three opportunities to successfully clear metal detection. Failure to do so will result in the visitor being denied entrance into the institution. Wire in undergarments and metal in shoes will not clear the metal detector and should not be worn. Be prepared to remove and replace clothing that will not pass the metal detector.

Visitors requiring special accommodations concerning use of a metal detector due to medical issues must have their physician submit a completed form DOC-2424 to the Security Director for approval, prior to being allowed to enter the institution.

Allowable jewelry consists of: a wedding band or single ring, single strand necklace and a sing pair of earrings. These items must be removed to clear the metal detector. Any piercing of the body should be removed if possible. If not possible and the visitor does not clear the metal detector, the visit may be denied.

The following apparel is considered inappropriate and will result in denial of visiting:
• Transparent/translucent clothing
• Shorts that are shorter than fingertip length with the visitor standing with proper posture, arms straight down, fingers extended
• Skirts or dresses shorter than fingertip length plus three inches
• Strapless, tube and halter tops and dresses
• Tops and dresses that expose the midriff (front or back) or bust
• Spandex or spandex-like and Lycra or Lycra-like clothing
• Exposed underwear
• Clothing with revealing holes, tears or slits above fingertip level
• Clothing or accessories with obscene or profane writing, images or pictures
• Gang-related clothing, headwear, shoes, logos or insignias
• Any clothing that may have the potential to cause a disruption
• Camouflage clothing of any type

Footwear must be worn. Coats, jackets and non-religious headwear must be removed before clearing the metal detector. Visitors who have religious headwear that conceals identity are required to allow institution staff to view their face(s) in order to verify identification upon entry and exit of the institution. After identification, the visitor will be permitted to replace the facial covering.

Lockers are provided in the entrance facility for placement of items not allowed in the institution. No food items, keys or paper money may be carried into the institution. A quarter is required to operate the key in the locker. It is recommended that purses and wallets be locked in your vehicle;

the institution is not responsible for personal property left in vehicles or institution lockers. Coins (limit $20) may be brought into the institution for use in the vending machines available in the visiting area. Inmates may not handle money during visits and are not allowed to go into the vending machine area. No property can be given to an inmate during a visit. Only the following items are allowed to be brought into the institution:
• Comb, pick or brush
• Two baby blankets
• Four diapers
• Two baby bottles (plastic only)
• Formula must be premixed and in an approved bottle
• Hand-held baby seat
• Diaper wipes in small, sealed travel pack or individually packed in a clear plastic bag
• One pacifier
• One coat
• One pair of gloves
• Headwear (provided it does not conceal identity)
• FLCI locker key
• Prescription medications are permitted such as but not limited to inhalers, nitro pills (only individual pills, not bottles) and epinephrine injectors, as approved by the Warden. Other medications should be taken prior to entering the institution.
• One clear plastic bag to carry personal property

The shift supervisor must approve any other critical items prior to the visitor entering the institution.

Electronic Devices: Unless approved in advance by the Warden, non-DOC visitors are not allowed to enter the institution with any device that takes pictures, has video or voice recording and/or a communications device such as a cell phone, pager, PDA, MP3 player or smart watch. If you arrive with one of the devices listed or similar device, you must secure the device in your vehicle.

VISITING GUIDELINES
Visitors who are not on the visiting list and/or are not given access to the visiting room will not be allowed to wait in the entrance facility. While waiting in the parking lot, visitors must remain by their vehicle. Minors under the age of 18 cannot be left unattended in the entrance facility or parking lot. Any minor sent back to the entrance facility or to the car must be accompanied by an adult. Pets or visitors with medical concerns are not to be left unattended in vehicles.

A family atmosphere is stressed in all visiting areas as friends and family are of all ages.

Visits are held outdoors, weather permitting, beginning in May and concluding in September. The shift supervisor will make the decision which type of visiting will be conducted.

The officers will assign seating. Once assigned, seating will not be changed except for unusual circumstances.

Excessive displays of affection are not permitted. You may embrace and kiss only at the beginning and end of each visit.

Talking from table to table or “cross visiting” is not allowed. All chairs and tables must be left as they were set up and may not be moved unless directed by an officer. Visitors and inmates are to be seated facing the tables. Inmate and visitors will sit across from one another while seated at the picnic tables. Straddling the benches or sitting on the table tops is not allowed. The supervision of minors present at the visit is the responsibility of the inmate and adult visitors. Physical disciplining of children is forbidden at all times, and failure to comply with this may result in termination of visiting privileges, disciplinary action, and/or referral to social service agencies. Visits may be terminated due to unruly children or lack of supervision of children by the inmate and/or the adult visitors. Visitors are to use the restroom on the west side of the administration building. Inmates will use the restroom on the east side of the building

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