Corrigan Correctional Center
As of October 6, 2021 the Radgowski facility has been closed due to a reduction in the incarcerated population.
|Address:||986 Norwich-New London Turnpike
Uncasville, CT 06382
Please review the following information before scheduling a visit https://portal.ct.gov/DOC/Miscellaneous/Visiting
Updates: Effective May 22nd 2023, In-Person Social Visits and Video Visits Are Available.
Social in-person visits:
- No scheduling required.
- In-person visits shall be one hour.
Social video visits:
- Must be pre-scheduled, 72-hours in advance utilizing the CT DOC website's Visit Request Form.
- Video visits shall be 45 minutes in length.
Inmates shall be allowed two social video visits per week.
Please complete the following form to schedule a visit: Visit Request Form
Note: A visit is not scheduled until you receive confirmation from the facility.
Check your junk mail folder for confirmations or emails regarding visits.
For all general visiting information refer to https://portal.ct.gov/DOC/Miscellaneous/Visiting
See data available regarding Connecticut Department of Correction's supervised population.
The Corrigan Correctional Institution and the Radgowski Correctional Institution were consolidated in May 2001 as the Corrigan-Radgowski Correctional Center. This facility confines both pretrial and sentenced offenders. It serves superior courts in Danielson, New London, Norwich and Windham.
Programs offered to offenders in the Corrigan Correctional Institution included an extensive anger management curriculum for inmates with a history of violent tendencies. A close monitoring unit is maintained in order to segregate those offenders who have been classified as members of gangs. In this unit, cultural and gang awareness programs are offered to encourage offender insight into the negative aspects of gang participation. A full complement of educational and addiction services programming is also offered.
The offenders in the Radgowski Correctional Institution participated in community service activities, such as providing the Department of Transportation with assistance with clean-up activities in Occum and Great Plains, Connecticut. They also provided assistance at Troop E of the Connecticut State Police. The Speak Out Program, in which inmates discuss decision making and the impact of prison upon their lives, visited Southern Connecticut State University and several local middle and high schools.
The Corrigan building is named after Raymond L. Corrigan, who at his death in February of 1983 had culminated a 14 year career with the Department of Correction by attaining the position of Chief of Engineering Services.
The Radgowski building in named in honor of Stanley J. Radgowski Jr., who served with the DOC in its commissary unit. He had retired as a corporal with the Connecticut State Police and was very active in the Montville community as president of the Polish American Citizen's Club, Little League and Babe Ruth League and was a member of Post 112 of the American Legion.
Present staffing: 434.
Listing of the inmate programs available at this facility (Corrigan) (PDF, 346 KB).
Listing of the inmate programs available at this facility (Radgowski) (PDF, 434 KB).
PREA Auditor's Summary Report (PDF, 524 KB).
PREA Final Report 2018 (PDF, 2 MB)
The Corrigan Correctional Institution was opened on December 30, 1994 as a level 4 high-security facility for male offenders. The Radgowski Correctional Institution was opened on January 10, 1991 as a level 3 medium-security facility for male offenders.
The Radgowski Annex, formerly Montville Correctional Center, was opened in 1957 and was closed in 1991.
On June 30, 1997 the Annex was reopened.
The Corrigan Correctional Institution and the Radgowski Correctional Institution were consolidated in May 2001 as Corrigan-Radgowski Correctional Center to enhance facility management and fiscal responsibility.
List of past wardens:
|Find past wardens for either Corrigan C.I. or Radgowski C.I.|
|2001-2003||George K. Wezner|
|2003-2004||John P. Tarascio|
|2004-2007||Michael P. Lajoie|