Clallam Bay Corrections Center

1830 Eagle Crest Way
Clallam Bay, WA 98326
Clallam Bay Corrections Center

Clallam Bay Corrections Center (CBCC) is situated on the Olympic peninsula, two miles south of the community of Clallam Bay. It houses 858 medium, close and maximum custody male inmates. Class II operations at CBCC are as follows:

Warehouse

Warehouse

The warehouse supports shipping and receiving of finished goods, raw material, components and supplies. They load and unload on average two trucks per week which equates to approximately 104 per year. Inmate workers can earn Certificates of Proficiency in general labor skills such as moving freight. Inmate workers provide clerical support for the business office as well as the warehouse and transportation. They process material acquisitions, provide inventory management, and perform data entry. They can earn Certificates of Proficiency in expediting the flow of work and materials, scheduling, recording and compiling reports and other clerical skills. All inmates and staff are trained in health and safety programs. This area employs one civilian staff overseeing up to two inmates depending on business needs.

Garments

Textiles

The textiles factory processes 250 to 500 items a day depending on demand which equates to an average of 120,000 items a year. Every step in the process includes quality checks from raw material stage to finished goods, before they are packaged and shipped to our customers. Inmate workers learn valuable skills as sewers, sewing machine mechanics, and quality control specialists and can earn Certificates of Proficiency in these areas. This factory employs five civilian staff overseeing 82 inmates.

Administrative Services

Administrative Services

Inmate workers provide clerical support for the factory, warehouse, customer service and business office combined. They process material acquisitions, provide inventory management, and perform data entry. They can earn Certificates of Proficiency in expediting the flow of work and materials, scheduling, recording and compiling reports and other clerical skills. All support services employ one civilian staff overseeing up to six inmates.

Laundry

Laundry Services

The laundry processes on average, 3,622 pounds of linen and clothing a day which equates to 840,282 pounds a year. Inmate workers can earn Certificates of Proficiency in various laundry skills. Inmates meeting specific criteria can be certified by the Association of Linen Management as Certified Washroom Technicians and/or Certified Laundry Managers. The laundry employs two civilian staff overseeing ten inmates.