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Indiana Department of Corrections

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Facility Summary



Security Level
Maximum, Minimum

Avg Daily Population
Calendar Year 2013: 1,791

Dormitory, Celled Space

Dushan Zatecky

4490 W. Reformatory Rd.
Pendleton, IN 46064-9001

Phone Number:
(765) 778-2107

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Community Advisory Board

This is the Pendleton Correctional Complex Advisory Board. The starting times for all dates will be 9:00 a.m.  With the next meeting on July 19 at the Correctional Industrial Facility



CAB Members


Community Involvement Coordinator

Jeff King

765-778-2107 ext.1459

 Volunteer Programs

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. Volunteers are needed to provide mentoring to offenders and facilitate the classes.

Religious Services - Provide religious services and bible studies to the offender population.

Substance Abuse, Alcoholics Anonymous, & Narcotics Anonymous - provide help for recovering addicts.

Volunteer/Donation Needs

Volunteers are needed to instruct offenders for knitting and we also need donations to cover a knitting program.

Volunteers are also needed to help start the mosquito net project. The equipment and material is needed for this program. The Mosquito Nets program uses supplies donated from the community to fashion mosquito nets to send to communities around the world. These nets are essential to the fight against malaria.