Stafford Creek Corrections Center


Stafford Creek Correctional Center (SCCC) is located five miles west of Aberdeen, minutes away from ocean beaches and an hour away from Olympia. It houses 1,936 minimum, medium and maximum custody incarcerated male individuals. Class II operations at SCCC are as follows:

Furniture Factory

The furniture factory is a LEED Silver Certified manufacturing operation which produces residence hall furniture (both wood and metal) chairs, desks, tables, panels, bookcases, file cabinets and more. Incarcerated workers gain valuable carpentry, upholstery, metal fabrication and various other manufacturing trade skills utilizing the latest technology. Our state of the art equipment includes CNC machinery, UV finish line for wood products and a large powder coat line. This site also is integral to our product development and design program. Many products are the result of custom requests made by our customers. Workers are trained to participate in the design, engineering and creation of technical drawings, utilizing the latest versions of AutoCAD software. Workers can earn Certificates of Proficiency as assemblers, fabricators, machine operators, painters, upholsterers and other production work.

CI Customer Service

The customer service processes 50 to 200 customer orders a day which equates to approximately 35,000 orders a year. Incarcerated workers assist in the research and response to general customer inquiries, process orders and handle delivery and invoicing for products and services statewide. They can earn Certificates of Proficiency as customer service representatives and as clerks performing data entry and auditing.

Warehouse Services

The warehouse supports shipping and receiving of finished goods, raw material, components, commissary and supplies. Incarcerated workers load and unload on average 12 trucks per week and can earn Certificates of Proficiency in general labor skills such as moving freight. All staff are trained in health and safety programs.


The laundry processes on average 125 thousand pounds of linen and clothing per month, which equates to 1.5 million pounds per year. Incarcerated workers can earn certificates of proficiency in various laundry skills. Individuals meeting specific criteria can attain Association of Linen Management certifications as Washroom Technicians and/or Linen Technicians.

Site Services

Incarcerated workers provide clerical support for the factory, warehouse and business office. They process material acquisitions and manufacturing orders, provide inventory management, process accounts receivables/payables, and perform data entry. They can earn Certificates of Proficiency in expediting the flow of work and materials, accounting, the scheduling, recording and compiling reports and other clerical skills.

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