New Lisbon Correctional Institution
New Lisbon Correctional Institution is committed to the safety, security and protection of the public, staff and offenders in a humane and constructive manner. Offenders will be held accountable for their actions and the positive or negative consequences associated with those choices. We will encourage offenders to develop goals conducive to positive release planning and reentry into society. We strive to provide offenders with a set of positive behavioral options to enhance their successful reintegration back into society.
The 500-Cell, Medium Security Prison at New Lisbon, Wisconsin, stands on a 100 acre site and houses 950 inmates. The facility offers inmate programming that includes education, religion, and inmate job assignments.
There is a fifty (50) bed Segregation Unit. The eight (8) buildings on the site includes two (2) housing units; a gatehouse; a core building housing a Health Services Unit, a school complex, library, religious programming space, and administrative offices; and miscellaneous support facilities.
Staffing includes administrative, security, treatment, health services, and support staff.
Total construction costs were $42,035,000.
A new inmate work program has begun at New Lisbon, the "hydro-stripping" of old road signs. Here's more information.
Additional information on NLCI can be found in their annual reports.