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Indiana Department of Correction

IDOC > Facilities > Adult > Plainfield Correctional Facility Plainfield Correctional Facility

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Facility Summary

 

Established
1964

Security Level
Medium

Avg Daily Population
Calendar Year 2013: 1656

Housing
Dormitories

Superintendent
Stan Knight

Address:
727 Moon Road
Plainfield, IN 46168

Phone Number:
(317) 839-2513

Community Advisory Board

All meetings are held at 2:00 p.m.

Meetings 

  • January 15, 2015 at Reception Diagnostic Center 
  • July 16, 2015 at Plainfield

CAB Members

UPCOMING EVENTS:  IDOC Job Fair (2/19/16)

VOLUNTEER INFORMATION

Community Involvement Coordinator

DaJuana L Cross

 dcross@idoc.in.gov

 (317) 839-25-13 ext. 2277

(317) 838-8391 fax

 Volunteer Programs

The Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous program primary objective is to help others that struggle with addiction stay sober. Volunteer are used to help keep the information anonymous regarding offenders’ addiction. Offenders feel more open to share with an objective party.

The Purposeful Living Units Serve (PLUS) program is a faith and character-based community within the facility. The emphasis of this voluntary initiative focuses on strengthening spiritual moral and character development as well as life-skills. http://www.in.gov/idoc/2356.htm Volunteers are needed to provide mentoring to offenders new to the program, helping them through the various aspects of the program as well as being a strong role model.

Chapel - Volunteers lead Bible studies and other spiritual classes.

Re-entry - Uses volunteers that come in from several place like Urban League, Work Force One, Veterans Affairs, etc.

Department of Labor - Uses volunteers with the Landscaping Program to teach the offenders about plants and gardening and help them maintain the prison garden.

Recreation - A volunteer comes in to teach the offenders how to play musical instruments.

 Volunteer/Donation Needs

Volunteers needed for the following groups

  • Moorish Science Temple of America
  • Asatru

Volunteers needed to teach the following classes:

  • Knitting
  • Agreement
  • Employment Skills
  • What Got Me Here
  • Effective Fathering
  • Purpose Driven Life
  • Financial Planning
  • Please Understand Me
  • Suicide Prevention and Hospice Instruction

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