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WY DOC - Wyoming Boot Camp

State Juvenile

Last Updated: January 20, 2021
Address
40 Honor Farm Rd, Riverton, WY 82501-9411
County
Fremont
Phone
307-856-9578
Fax
307-856-2505

WY DOC - Wyoming Boot Camp is for State Juvenile offenders sentenced up to twelve months.

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WY DOC - Wyoming Boot Camp basic information to help guide you through what you can do for your inmate while they are incarcerated. The facility's direct contact number: 307-856-9578

Youthful Offender Program (Wyoming Boot Camp)

The Youthful Offender Program was created by the Wyoming Legislature in 1987 in Wyoming Statute 7-13-1001 and the facility was opened in February 1990. The Wyoming Boot Camp, which can house up to 56 multiple custody inmates, is located within the confines of the Wyoming Honor Conservation Camp at Newcastle, Wyoming.

The Boot Camp was originally developed as a 90-day program. The program began with ten Boot Camp inmates. In April 1994, the Boot Camp program was expanded to 120 days and in October 2007 the program was expanded once again to the current 180-day program.

This is a highly structured program for first-time, male offenders, who have not attained the age of 25. These offenders must have a court ordered recommendation. The Youthful Offender Program gives the successful graduates an opportunity for a sentence reduction and serves as an alternative to long-term incarceration.

The basic program is for 180 days and comprises four phases. The routine day begins at 4:00 a.m. and ends at 9:00 p.m. During each day nearly six hours of the inmates’ time is devoted to physical activity. Therapeutic and educational programs are the key component. Work ethic instruction is given through the teamwork concept, as various work details are conducted throughout each day. If needed, or possible, all inmates assigned to Boot Camp earn their GED prior to graduation. Upon completion of the program, graduates are released to straight probation, Intensive Supervision Program (ISP), or to an Adult Community Corrections facility.

WY DOC - Wyoming Boot Camp - Prison Policies

Offender Programs

PP 5.000 Prison Industries Enhancement Certification
PP 5.001 Correctional Industries Inmate Work & Compensation
PP 5.002 Approval of Offsite Inmate Work Crews
PP 5.003 Institutional Inmate Work and Programming
PP 5.004 Inmate Incentive Pay
PP 5.005 Industries Operations
PP 5.100 Academic and Vocational Technical Programs
PP 5.300 Inmate Recreation and Activities
PP 5.400 Inmate Visiting
PP 5.401 Inmate Mail
Form 520: Overview of Inmate Mail Regulations Affecting Friends and Family
PP 5.402 Inmate Telephone Access
PP 5.403 Inmate Access to Attorneys
PP 5.404 Furlough/Leave Program
PP 5.500 Library Services
PP 5.600 Inmate Religious Activities
PP 5.601 Religious Diet Program for Inmates

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Juvenile facilities overseen by the State of Wyoming do not publish the names of the offenders housed in their facility. As such, there is no public forum for this information.

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Visitation Information

WY DOC - Wyoming Boot Camp - Visitation

Fridays:

5:30pm - 8:30pm (Check in time is 5:15pm)

Weekends:

11:00am - 3:00pm (Check in time is 10:45am)

5:30pm - 8:30pm (Check in time is 5:15pm)

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