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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Department_of_Corrections

A Department of Corrections is a governmental agency responsible for overseeing the incarceration of persons convicted of crimes within a particular jurisdiction. Traditionally the Department of Corrections is responsible for handling all aspects of State executions. Entities serving that purpose include: Department of ...

vadoc.virginia.gov

The Virginia Department of Corrections is a model correctional agency and a proven innovative leader in the profession.

vadoc.virginia.gov/offenders/locator/index.aspx

The information found here contains public record information on offenders sentenced to the Department of Corrections. This information only includes offenders who have been identified as "Virginia State Responsible" and who are currently incarcerated in a Virginia Department of Corrections facility. The Department of ...

doc.dc.gov

Newsham is a 28-year Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) veteran. 31. JAN. Mayor Bowser Marks Return of the Correctional Treatment Facility to DC Government. Thirty DOC recruits were also sworn in as correctional officers. 4. NOV. Mayor Bowser Names Quincy Booth Interim Director of DC Department of Corrections.

www.state.nj.us/corrections

Welcome to the New Jersey Department of Corrections. Here you will find information pertaining to NJDOC as well as an online Offender Search Engine. Feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns.

www.cor.pa.gov

DOC Newsletter - Correctional Newsfront · 2017 Accomplishments · Bringing H.O.P.E. to PA DOC · DOC-PBPP Consolidation · Children of Incarcerated Parents · Child Care Resources · Death Penalty · Justice Reinvestment Initiative · "Juvenile" Lifers · Medication Assisted Treatment · Mental Health Services · Prison Rape ...

www.doc.delaware.gov

The mission of the Department of Correction is to protect the public by supervising adult offenders through safe and humane services, programs, and facilities.

www.ctinmateinfo.state.ct.us

It is extremely important to note that a person's current incarceration does not necessarily indicate they have been convicted of a crime, as Connecticut's correctional system also holds those who are awaiting trial. The Connecticut Department of Correction updates this information regularly, to ensure that it is complete and ...