The Sanger B. Powers Correctional
Center is located approximately three miles north of the Village of
Oneida in Outagamie County on County Trunk U. This 60-bed facility
opened in November 1982 and now has a current capacity of 110 for
adult males. Emergency Capacity is currently 128.
with the philosophy of the Wisconsin Department of Corrections and the
Wisconsin Correctional Center System, the Center makes available
meaningful work opportunities for inmates. Inmates are assigned to
various work assignments that teach work experience including center
jobs, farm work, project crew, off-grounds for non-profit or local
governments and work release. These assignments help inmates assume
the responsibilities expected of them as citizens of the community.
Sanger B. Powers protects the public by providing safe, secure and
humane treatment with opportunities to practice work skills needed to
support a crime-free lifestyle upon release to the community.
All Wisconsin Correctional System
Centers are tobacco free. This policy restricts the use and possession
of all tobacco products including smokeless tobacco by visitors. Areas
covered by this policy are all Center buildings and all state property
including the parking lot.
No electronic devices with
transmission capabilities are permitted and must be left in your
Please contact the staff volunteer
coordinator at SPCC in advance if at any time you have questions.