William S. Key Correctional Center

William S. Key Correctional Center is located approximately 13 miles north of Woodward, Oklahoma and one mile east of Fort Supply. Named for former U.S. Army General, Oklahoma State Penitentiary Warden and prominent business-man William Shaffer Key, the minimum-security facility opened in 1988 and has a 1,105-inmate capacity.

The facility covers approximately 3,200 acres, which includes Agri- Services and the Fort Supply Historical Site.

The Oklahoma Historical Society occupies part of the east side of the facility. The prison is also the site of historic Fort Supply, where soldiers would stock up on provisions before heading west to fight the Southern Plains Indians.

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Visiting Hours and Rules

An inmate's security level dictates how many hours he may visit with approved visitors.

Days and Hours:
Saturday, Sunday and state holidays
Units will be allowed to visit on certain days as specified below:

Saturdays: “D” Unit
Sundays: “A” and“C” Units

Visiting Level System
Level 1 — 1 Hour
(Level — 1 SHU visits are coordinated through the Chief of Security who will establish the time frame and ensure proper supervision is available for the visit.)

Level 2 — 4 hours
11:30 a.m. — 3:30 p.m.

Level 3 — 6 hours
9:30 a.m. — 3:30 p.m.

Level 4 — 8 hours
7:30 a.m. — 3:30 p.m.

Special visits and Attorney Visits are approved through the Warden’s office on an as needed basis. 

Visiting Application

All potential visitors must submit a “Visitor Request Form” and get approved before they are allowed to visit. You can find a copy of the form here. The approval process takes about two months once you have returned the Visitor Request Form to the Center.

During the approval process, the Oklahoma Department of Corrections conducts background checks on everyone 18 or older. Your inmate will notify you when the process is complete. 

Dress Code and Searches

The following clothing items are prohibited in the visiting room: 

  • Shorts, skorts, skirts, or dresses shorter than the top of the kneecap or tight fitting. 
  • Wrap-around skirts, dresses/skirts with split seam higher than the top of the knee cap.
  • Tube-tops, Tank-tops, Crop-tops, Halter-tops, Spaghetti-top blouses, Sleeveless/transparent or mesh tops/blouses. 
  • Leggings/biker’s pants/bodysuits. 
  • Spandex clothing, including swimsuits. 
  • Blue chambray, periwinkle, camouflage, or orange shirts. 
  • Tight fitting sweat suits. 
  • Low-cut or cut-out designs on clothing. 
  • Clothing bearing profanity, offensive wording, and pictures. 
  • Headgear (excluding religious). 
  • Clothing which exposes the midriff, extremely tight, off the shoulder, or which exposes any part of the breast.

All visitors must wear appropriate underclothing for his/her gender. Children above the age of 11 years must comply with the dress code for adults unless they are restricted by handicap or medical reasons.

Physical Address

William S. Key Correctional Center
3946 U.S. Highway 270
Fort Supply, OK 73841-9718

Driving Directions: https://goo.gl/maps/MKVULDYRHZEBJBfk9

General Phone Number

(580) 766-2224

Inmate Mailing Address(es)

Inmate Name, DOC Number
William S. Key Correctional Center
P.O. Box 61
Fort Supply, OK 73841-9718

Please include the inmate’s name, DOC number, and housing assignment (if known) in the address of all inmate mail.

How to Call an Inmate

You can’t call an inmate at William S. Key Correctional Center, but they do have access to phones during certain hours. For complete details on how to call an inmate in Oklahoma, please click here.

How to Send Money

You can send money to an inmate at William S. Key Correctional Center by using JPay.

  • JPay.com — Send money online, with your credit or debit card.
  • JPay Mobile — Send money anytime, anywhere by downloading the free app
  • Phone: 800-574-5729 — Speak with a live agent, 24/7
  • Send cash at MoneyGram locations including CVS and Walmart (receive code 6365)  
  • Money orders — Payable to JPay at: P.O. Box 278320, Miramar, FL 33027

You can download a printable deposit slip at JPay.

Inmates are allowed to spend up to $80 per week in the canteen. There is no limit to the amount of money an inmate may have in their account. 

Programs For Inmates


WSKCC offers literacy courses as well as Pre-High School Equivalency, High School Equivalency diplomas and Principle Life Skills. College courses offered by Rose State College (not provided through state funding) are also available to inmates who can pay for them or those who have alternative funding or scholarships. 


WSKCC inmates can get job training through a CareerTech Skills Center, which trains them for workforce reentry after release. CareerTech also helps inmates find jobs after release. Courses include Career Readiness, Commercial Framing and Construction; Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics for Warehouses and Welding. 

Substance Abuse Treatment

For inmates who need substance abuse treatment, WSKCC teaches them ways to avoid drug and alcohol use, while also helping them develop cognitive, social, emotional, and coping skills needed to avoid using. 

SAT programs include Cognitive Behavioral Interventions — Substance Abuse, Changing Offender Behavior, Substance Abuse, and Mental Health Services Administration Relapse Prevention, Getting Motivated to Change, Unlock Your Thinking, Understanding, and Reducing Angry Feelings, Ideas for Better Communication, Building Social Networks, Mapping the Journey, Treatment Readiness Induction Program, and Partners in Parenting. 

Criminal Thinking

WSKCC offers Faith and Character Programs including Anger Management, Associates for Success, and Thinking for a Change, and cognitive behavior-based programs to address thinking, judgment errors and relationships linked with criminal thinking and behavior. Five case managers are also trained to teach Victims Impact: Listen and Learn.

Prisoner Public Works Program

Employs inmates in rubbish removal, landscaping and other labor tasks for surrounding county and state agencies.

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Careers at William S. Key Correctional Center

If you are interested in a career with the Oklahoma Department of Corrections and would like to apply for a job at the William S. Key Correctional Center, you can find out more information about available jobs by clicking here.