Corrective/Court Services Division Commanding Officer: Major Larry Perry
The Corrective Services Division of the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office is responsible for the supervision and oversight of approximately 1,300 of the 1,700 inmates in the corrections system. Security ranges from maximum security to low-level offenders. This Division is responsible for all Main Jail operations as well as booking, visitation of inmates, and food services.
The goal of the Division is to maintain order and discipline, promote safety and security within the facility, and thus provide security and safety for the citizens of Oakland County.
In 2019, the Corrective Services Division admitted nearly 16,500 prisoners. This is a challenge for the personnel of the Division, considering there is a consistent jail overcrowding issue. The deputies and command staff do a phenomenal job of adjusting to inmate overcrowding and creating ways to keep the system efficient and secure.
This Division also does an excellent job of educating the public on the inner workings and environment of the jail. Because of the consistent overcrowding issue, however, jail tours have decreased over the past few years. Some of the tours conducted are part of JOLT, a juvenile court-mandated program. Others are conducted as part of the Oakland County's Sheriff's Office partnership with Oakland County Youth Assistance (U-Turn Program).
The additions and upgrades in the Corrective Services Division are credited to its personnel, who consistently strive to maintain a secure, disciplined atmosphere in the Oakland County Jail.
Information about bond posting can be found on the Inmate Information page. Additional questions can be e-mailed to: PrisonerInfo@oakgov.com.
Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA)
The Oakland County Sheriff's Office has a zero tolerance policy toward all forms of sexual abuse and sexual harassment of inmates confined in our facilities, under the Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) 2003. We will enforce all federal, state and local laws pertaining to the sexual assault, abuse and harassment of inmates. All reports will be fully investigated, which includes both allegations of sexual abuse or sexual harassment, by the Oakland County Sheriff's Office.
Under PREA, we have established uniform methods for prompt reporting and investigation of allegations of sex-related offenses or threats, identification of predators, protection of victims, and prescribing sanctions for substantiated sexual offenses, as well as false allegations. This standard applies to all sexual acts, including inmate-to-inmate and staff-to- inmate.
If you suspect that an inmate is the victim of sexual assault/harassment, it can be reported in one of the following ways:
- Contact the Oakland County Corrective Services Administration Office during regular business hours at (248) 858-4923 and you will be directed to someone who can take the information.
- Call Inmate Information and request to speak with a Shift Supervisor to make a report at (248) 858- 1800 (available 24 hours/day)
- Submit an email to email@example.com. Email is monitored on a regular basis.