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JC: Do you practice martial arts at work, no you don’t. Does it help you better do your job, yes it does.
North Dakota Youth Correctional Center's Education Proves to Be Highly FunctionalBy Penny Veit-Hetletved & Gaylene E. Massey
The education department of the North Dakota Youth Correctional Center (YCC) doesn’t fit any federal molds for academic measurement due to our transient population.
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- Girl Scouts Beyond Bars Program Celebrates First Anniversary
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- July – Innovation – People/ideas that move corrections forward [Please send your articles/stories to firstname.lastname@example.org]
Training Lieutenant – Wyoming – Wyoming Department of Corrections
We now seek a Training Lieutenant to conduct a variety of training for all levels of WDOC staff. Requires a bachelor's degree in education, communications, criminal justice or closely related field PLUS one year of work experience in corrections, law enforcement, casework, social work or counseling.full job posting
- 41st Annual SSCA Training Conference
- Texas Probation Officers Legislative Conference
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- Innovative Justice Leader Joins Northpointe Institute for Public Management
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- Keefe Group Celebrates 35 Years of Innovative Solutions with Exceptional Service
- SECOND CHANCE ACT ADULT AND JUVENILE OFFENDER REENTRY DEMONSTRATION PROJECT FY2010 COMPETITIVE GRANT ANNOUNCEMENT
- Northpointe Releases New COMPAS Ad-Hoc Report Generator
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quote of the week
"Before you can win, you have to believe you are worthy. "
- Mike Ditka