Author Archive: CoreCivic

National Correctional Officers and Employees Week: Jared Nuetzman, Unit Manager

5/9/19 8:00 AM
National Correctional Officers and Employees Week: Jared Nuetzman, Unit Manager Jared Nuetzman is a unit manager at Marion County Jail II in Indianapolis, Indiana. He began his career with CoreCivic as a correctional officer in 2010, and he has ...
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National Correctional Officers and Employees Week: David Miller II, Maintenance Worker

5/8/19 8:00 AM
National Correctional Officers and Employees Week: David Miller II, Maintenance Worker David Miller II joined CoreCivic nearly seven years ago as a correctional officer at Hardeman County Correctional Facility. He decided to transition into ...
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National Correctional Officers and Employees Week: Melody Williams, Treatment Counselor

5/7/19 8:00 AM
National Correctional Officers and Employees Week: Melody Williams, Treatment Counselor Melody Williams is the treatment counselor at Boston Avenue – one of CoreCivic Community's residential reentry centers, located in San Diego, California. As ...
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National Correctional Officers and Employees Week: Eleanor (Pat) Mayes, Food Service

5/6/19 8:00 AM
Pat Mayes has been preparing and serving meals at Cheyenne Transitional Center in Cheyenne, Wyoming for 12 years. From cooking alongside family in her early years to serving as a cook at Hardees prior to joining Cheyenne Transitional Center, ...
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National Correctional Officers and Employees Week: Pamelia Dwight, Vocational Instructor

5/5/19 8:00 AM
Pamelia Dwight is a vocational instructor at Jenkins Correctional Center in Millen, Georgia. She began her career with CoreCivic in 2012 when the facility opened. As a computer skills instructor, Dwight begins each day with an inspirational quote ...
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Cabinetry Program Helps Inmates Rebuild Their Lives, Benefits Families in Need

4/29/19 8:00 AM
At Crowley County Correctional Facility in Olney Springs, Colorado, dozens of vocational programs are helping inmates prepare for life after release. One of those programs teaches the fundamentals of cabinetry, giving inmates valuable skills and ...
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Former Resident Kenneth Ludolph Earns National Education Award

4/23/19 7:56 AM
While serving a three-year prison sentence, Kenneth Ludolph decided to turn his life around. He started by advancing his education. When he was transferred to CoreCivic's Oklahoma City Transitional Center, employees helped Kenneth earn a high ...
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Learning from Each Other

4/15/19 8:00 AM
Inside-Out program helps inmates and college students find common ground and mutual understanding
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Believing in Second Chances

4/8/19 8:00 AM
By Jeff Quasny, Director of Reentry Services In 2018, President Trump officially designated April as Second Chance Month — a time to raise public awareness about preventing crime and giving those who have completed their sentences an opportunity ...
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A Look at Lansing Correctional Facility One Year Later

4/1/19 8:00 AM
CoreCivic's historic Kansas real estate solution remains on schedule for completion in early 2020 Last April, CoreCivic Properties formalized a first-of-its-kind agreement with the state of Kansas to replace the 150-year old Lansing Correctional ...
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Charity Highlight: Aphesis House

3/25/19 8:00 AM
CoreCivic has always been committed to charitable giving. As part of that commitment, we proudly support nonprofits that help former offenders, victims of crime and underserved youth.
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Wheels for the World Partnership Makes International Impact

3/18/19 8:00 AM
Inmates benefit from needed pre-release work experience and a chance to help others About eight years ago, Chaplain Randall Runions began seeking pre-release work opportunities for inmates at South Central Correctional Center in Clifton, ...
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Dog-Training Program Helps Inmates and People with Disabilities

3/11/19 8:00 AM
"Being a puppy raiser here in prison is probably the greatest thing that ever happened to me in my life." This is how one Crossroads Correctional Center inmate described his experience in a dog-training program offered through Canine Companions ...
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Charity Highlight: Book 'em

3/4/19 8:00 AM
CoreCivic remains committed to supporting nonprofits that help former offenders, victims of crime and underserved youth. One of those deserving organizations is Book 'em. This charity provides books to economically disadvantaged children who may ...
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Helping Others Find Second Chances

2/25/19 8:00 AM
"I believe in second chances…" Noel Muñoz is a case manager at Rocky Mountain Offender Management Systems (RMOMS), which became part of CoreCivic Community in 2018. RMOMS is a Colorado-based provider of non-residential correctional services, ...
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