Who We Are
The Milwaukee County House of Correction is an honorable organization of committed officers with the integrity to adapt, overcome and achieve. We will maintain and ensure a safe and secure environment that consists of correctional programs to rehabilitate and re-introduce our citizens back into the community.
Meet the Team
Superintendent Michael Hafemann
Michael Hafemann assumed control and management of the Milwaukee County House of Correction in May 2013. Mr. Hafemann graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee with a bachelor's degree with core studies in communications, history and anthropology. Mr. Hafemann has shown his aptitude for working in the field of law enforcement and corrections with over three decades of experience. In his previous leadership positions, Mr. Hafemann has made inmate programming a priority, ranging from work release to GED attainment. He has made ensuring that the jail/correctional facilities run in a safe, secure and effective manner an issue of much importance.
Assistant Superintendent Kerri McKenzie
Kerri McKenzie began her career as a deputy sheriff with the Milwaukee County Sheriff's Department in 1994. She was promoted to the rank of detective and was assigned as an undercover narcotics officer in 1998. She was promoted to the rank of sergeant in 2005, lieutenant in 2007 and captain in 2008. In May of 2013, Ms. McKenzie left the Milwaukee County Sheriff's Department to accept the position of Milwaukee County House of Correction Assistant Superintendent of Operations. She brings over 20 years of law enforcement and corrections experience to the House of Correction.
Assistant Superintendent Jose Hernandez
Jose Hernandez began his career with Milwaukee County in February of 1992. In the fall of 1995, he was selected as a canine handler and continued to serve the agency in this capacity until June of 2010 at which time he was appointed to the rank of lieutenant and was designated to oversee detention services bureau canine program in its entirety. Mr. Hernandez was appointed as captain in October 2011. His area of responsibility was broadened to include Detention Services Bureau and all divisions of the agency’s canine program. In June of 2013, he was promoted to the rank of assistant superintendent in charge of all programs at the House of Correction.
Fiscal Operation Manager June Jackson
June Jackson graduated from UW-Madison’s School of Business and began her career with AT&T in 1988. Some of her roles at AT&T included working in new service development at AT&T’s headquarters in New Jersey as a staff manager completing business cases on new service concepts with AT&T Bell Labs, and as a global sales manager responsible for all national accounts and AT&T sales offices in the state of Kentucky. She also worked for Bell Core as an international consultant until 1999. After starting a family, June joined Farmers Insurance Group. Her business focused on securities and also real estate appraising. In July of 2013, June accepted the position of House of Correction Fiscal Operations Manager. She brings nearly 30 years of business and management experience to the House of Correction.
Support for Families
The incarceration of a loved one can be very overwhelming for both children and caregivers. It can bring about big changes and transitions. Get information and tools to help your family through this trying time.
Visit an Inmate
Use our convenient online tool to schedule visits at least 24 hours in advance. You can also schedule a visit in person at the lobby kiosk. You are not able to schedule, reschedule or cancel visits over the phone.
Visits are 30 minutes. Visitation hours are from 7:30 a.m. and 8:15 p.m. everyday except Tuesday. Inmates may have one visit per day and four visits per week. Two adults or one adult with two children per visit. The children must be the inmate's children and be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.
Unkept visits will count as a scheduled visit.
- No electronic devices (cell phones, tablets, e-readers, MP3 players)
- Appropriate attire (including nothing sleeveless) must be worn
- No strollers/car seats/diaper bags are allowed in the visiting area
- No food, gum, smoking materials or beverages are allowed in the video visiting area
- Former inmates must wait six months from the date they were released before they are able to visit
- Inmates in disciplinary housing may not have visitors
Anyone found in violation of this will have their visiting privileges restricted for a minimum of 30 days.
Schedule a Visit