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He alleges that medical staff at Oshkosh Correctional Institution were deliberately indifferent in their treatment of these ailments in violation of his Eighth Amendment rights.
The Wisconsin Department of Corrections' own "Nurse Jackie" admits that her job at an Oshkosh Correctional Institution medium-security unit for dually diagnosed felony offenders often becomes a juggling act.
Oshkosh Correctional Institution expanded several times during the 1980s and 1990s--with practically full community support.
At Oshkosh Correctional Institution in Wisconsin, there are 2,000 men incarcerated; said chaplain Susan Clark, a School Sister of Notre Dame.
Focus: Sentence Credit Zachary Friedlander appeals the order of the circuit court denying him sixty-five days of sentence credit for time that he should have been in custody of the Jefferson County Jail, but was not, after prison officials released him from Oshkosh Correctional Institution and failed to transfer him to the jail or otherwise order him to report to the jail, and he met repeatedly with his probation agent who did not tell him to report to jail.
Don Gudmanson, warden at Oshkosh Correctional Institution in Oshkosh, Wisc., makes two points about noise and safety:
The committee -- comprised of correctional administrators, architects and acoustical consultants -- worked closely with the Wisconsin Department of Corrections to answer the question: "To what extent are correctional officers, staff and operations impacted by a poor acoustical environment?" Correctional officers and staff from nine housing units at the Oshkosh Correctional Institution were surveyed and four different levels of noise were measured during normal operation of the facility.