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Homelessness...a problem for released offenders?
CHZBURGR: Without the halfway houses (most are faith based) many of the offenders would have been homeless.
Your Attitude Determines Your AltitudeBy WY Dept of Corrections News Letter
- Contraband control: Theory and practice are not enough
- Women Offenders
- National Study of Inmate Suicide
- June: From the Inside – Stories from Agency news letters [PIO’s please send your articles/stories to email@example.com]
Warden – Wisconsin – WI Department Of Corrections
As the chief executive officer for a state correctional institution, the Warden is responsible for the planning, operation, direction and management of the institution; oversees the operation of multi-dimensional programs utilizing the directives and administrative rules of the Department of Corrections and the statutes of the State of Wisconsin; supervises institution administrative staff; and provides leadership in developing working relationships with a variety of governmental officials, agencies, and citizen groups.full job posting
- 11th Annual Innovative Technologies for Corrections Conference
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- SECOND CHANCE ACT ADULT AND JUVENILE OFFENDER REENTRY DEMONSTRATION PROJECT FY2010 COMPETITIVE GRANT ANNOUNCEMENT
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quote of the week
"Patience and perseverance have a magical affect before which difficulties disappear and obstacles vanish. "
- John Quincy Adams