OCCC Virtual Tour

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The Oahu Community Correctional Center (OCCC) is the largest jail facility in the State of Hawaii, and is situated on 16 acres in urban Honolulu. The 950-bed facility houses pre-trial detainees. In addition to its jail functions, OCCC provides reintegration programming for male sentenced felons.

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To see a 360 degree view of the rooms pictured simply put your mouse on the picture, click and drag it from left to right and watch the room rotate.

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OCCC Front Security Entrance
This is the front security entry everyone starts at. Here is where visitors sign in and go through security clearance before they enter OCCC.

OCCC Front Courtyard
This is the front entryway that leads to the Administration Building, housing modules and program buildings.

OCCC Visitation Room
This room is used for weekend visits with family members who are on an approved visitation list

OCCC Education Room
Many programs aimed at providing inmate with educational, nutrition, religion, substance abuse counseling and sex offender treatment are held in the education room like these at Oahu Community Correctional Center.

OCCC Law Library
Inmates have full access to the law library.

OCCC Housing Module
This is a look at one housing module where pre-trial detainees are held.

This is what it is like inside the cells which were built to house 2 inmates.

OCCC Module 20 Furlough Housing
The work furlough program is a gradual transition program for inmates who are classified as community custody (the lowest custody level), are less than 2 years away from parole or the end of their sentence, have completed all required programming and have sustained good behavior behind bars.  Module 20 can house up to 120 inmates in the work furlough program at OCCC.  The other site is the Laumaka Work Furlough Center which is about a block from the jail facility.  Inmates seek out jobs and work 5-days a week as part of their gradual transition into the community.