Correctional Industries is excited to announce our relaunched website! Along with a more modern look, our website has some new, innovative features to improve customers’ overall experience.
As our businesses and communities reopen, CI is here to assist you in implementing Washington State’s COVID-19 safety requirements for a safe and healthy workplace.
Correctional Industries is currently experiencing manufacturing delays in some operations due to COVID-19; not all operations or product lines are affected. During this time we will continue to receive orders through email or our website, however customers may experience a delay in the receipt of an order acknowledgement and manufacturing may also be delayed.
Utilizing protective screens in high traffic areas is a great way to augment social distancing guidelines and protect others.
Our new sit-to-stand risers feature simple setup, portability, and near effortless adjustability. These desk risers are available in single, dual monitor or laptop configurations, and can transform ordinary surfaces into healthy, active workspaces.
Correctional Industries is committed to maintain and expand work training programs which develop marketable job skills, instill and promote positive work ethics, and reduce the tax burden of corrections.
We are proud to announce that Humanscale’s award-winning Freedom, Smart, World, and Liberty chairs are now available online. These chairs were engineered to provide custom back and lumbar support while automatically adapting to any user.
Correctional Industries is a unique blend of business and government, using private industry tools and techniques to provide a public service. Thousands of inmates gain work experience and training as they produce high quality, competitively priced products, which translates into enormous benefits for taxpayers, the inmates who work and learn in CI, and for you, our customers.
Correctional Industries has two objectives to enhance the work training programs we currently run statewide. The first is to ensure every qualified CI inmate who wants assistance is "work ready" and employable upon release. The second objective is to link with community partners on job readiness, job placement, and Vocational Education to provide a pathway of continuous employment from prison into the community.
With 97% of all incarcerated inmates returning to local communities, Correctional Industries plays an important role in their transition. With the seed money from their savings, job skills and experience gained from CI, the inmates have a greater chance of finding a job — enabling them to work toward a better life for themselves, their families, and their communities.