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Nicole Buchholz, correctional officer III, Arizona Department of Corrections; Gregory Croucher, correctional officer II, Arizona Department of Corrections; Jim Cummings, physical plan administrator, Perryville, Arizona Department of Corrections; David Elia, research analyst, Arizona Department of Juvenile Corrections; Daniel Hopkins, correctional officer II, Arizona State Prison Complex-Safford; Michael Linderman, director of chaplain services, Arizona Department of Corrections; Araceli Rascon, sergeant, Perryville Complex, Arizona Department of Corrections; Therese Schroeder, warden, Tucson Complex, Arizona Department of Corrections
The report urged the state Department of Corrections to modify its double-cell policy to give special consideration for inmates diagnosed with mental illness.
A class action lawsuit was brought on behalf of women incarcerated by the Alabama Department of Corrections.
PHS) has received notification from the Vermont Department of Corrections (VDOC) of its intent to enter into negotiations for a new contract for the provision of medical services to approximately 1,700 inmates in eight correctional facilities across the state.
ADC eCADEMY staff, Arkansas Department of Corrections
The court noted that the policy did not proscribe interstate travel altogether, but merely imposed various conditions that the Department of Corrections had deemed useful for monitoring the movement of sex offenders who were on probation (Rhode Island Department of Corrections)
If there were any single state agency screaming for a comprehensive audit and reform, the Department of Corrections would be it.
Michigan's Department of Corrections purchased 500 BI Home Escort (TM) 9000 units to replace prior generation BI equipment.