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Topic Archive: Keeping People Safe

CoreCivic Heroes: David Rodriguez and Latasha Battle

10/24/20 8:00 AM
David Rodriguez, Maintenance Technician Eloy Detention Center, Eloy, Arizona, 20 Years
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CoreCivic Heroes: Jerry Warner and Monica Bennett

10/23/20 8:00 AM
Jerry Warner, ChaplainJenkins Correctional Center, Millen, Georgia, 5 Years
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CoreCivic Heroes: Albert Scott Jr. and Gran McIntosh

10/22/20 8:39 AM
Albert Scott Jr., Operations SupervisorDallas Transitional Center, Dallas, Texas, 4 Years
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CoreCivic Heroes: Clara Langley and Deborah Golay

10/21/20 8:00 AM
Clara Langley, Correctional OfficerCitrus County Detention Facility, Lecanto, Florida, 14 Years
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CoreCivic Hero: Stephanie Hays

10/20/20 8:00 AM
Classification SupervisorHouston Processing Center, Houston, Texas, 19 Years
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CoreCivic Hero: Sadie Hernandez

10/19/20 8:00 AM
Vocational InstructorCrowley County Correctional Facility, Olney Springs, Colorado, 16 Years
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CoreCivic Hero: Kari Grubbs

10/18/20 7:50 AM
Registered Nurse (RN)La Palma Correctional Center, Eloy, Arizona, 1.5 Years
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CoreCivic Staff and Inmate Volunteers Make More Than 61,000 Masks

10/15/20 8:11 AM
Since the onset of COVID-19, CoreCivic has worked tirelessly to keep people safe and healthy, including mandating the use of masks by staff and those in our care. When there was a national mask shortage early in the pandemic, CoreCivic staff and ...
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Visitation 2.0 Brings a Ray of Hope During Pandemic

10/1/20 8:00 AM
COVID-19 has kept many of us apart from those that we love and care about due to shelter in place restrictions and social distancing. Even more affected are those in our care, as visitation has been suspended in most of our facilities. So, when ...
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Reentry Professionals Rise Above Challenges amid COVID-19

9/10/20 8:00 AM
By Matt Moore, Senior Director, Reentry Services: The way we live and work has changed in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. Yet the reentry professionals at CoreCivic have accepted the challenges placed before us, and risen above them with ...
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CoreCivic Staff and Inmate Volunteers Make Over 38,000 Masks, Free Up PPE for Health Care Workers and First Responders

6/4/20 9:30 AM
 
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Mary Ngonomo Treated Cholera in Africa, Now She's an Award-Winning Correctional Nurse During COVID-19

4/30/20 12:02 PM
Clinical Supervisor Mary Ngonomo has served as a registered nurse (RN) and licensed midwife for nearly 40 years in countries across the world, including Zambia, Wales, and now the United States. She has first-hand experience dealing with health ...
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Updates on COVID-19, Employees, and Hiring from CEO Damon Hininger

4/16/20 8:00 AM
As COVID-19 continues to threaten our nation, more and more Americans are being affected. At this point, most of us either know someone who has become ill, or someone who is working on the frontlines. I am immensely proud of our own frontline ...
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Respectful, Compassionate, Dignified Care: Inside Otay Mesa Detention Center

4/2/20 8:00 AM
It's a challenging time right now, so we wanted to share a positive story about the good things happening at our Otay Mesa Detention Center in San Diego. It may be hard to imagine what an individual feels when he or she enters this country, but ...
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Retirees, Career Beginners Alike Find Fresh Start Working for CoreCivic

3/5/20 8:00 AM
Corrections is among the most challenging, but also rewarding professions. CoreCivic is proud to employ a diverse group of people, from those just starting out in corrections to others who have decades of experience. In Colorado, a group of ...
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