This Week's Corrections Connection
Thursday | October 30, 2008
This week we feature a regular Corrections.com contributor who excels at turning an unexpected, and sometimes startling, event into an occasion to learn a lesson that can be applied to corrections or life in general. The fact that this particular article falls on the same week as Halloween, well, that's just a spooky coincidence.
Eek! It's the B.A.T.
By Joe Bouchard
Regarding Hats off to county corrections
NOW ON CORRECTIONS.COM
Promises to keep
Election Day is a mere thirteen days away. All of the debates, Veepstakes, baby-kissing, and endorsement fishing aside, Senators Barack Obama and John McCain are about to face the biggest moment of their strikingly different lives. Full story
What is misconduct?
Every time you interact with a citizen or inmate it seems that they are constantly complaining that their rights have been violated, or they’ve been treated poorly or wronged in some way. Full story
When ignorance is not bliss
Imagine this conversation. Full story
Keefe Receives AWEC’s Legacy Award
Keefe Group was honored by the Association of Women Executives in Corrections’ (AWEC) Executive Committee as the recipient of the 2008 Legacy Award. More
Federal Bureau of Prisons fully deploys two medical systems in 18 months
In less than 18 months, the Federal Bureau of Prisons (Bureau) has deployed ATG’s Electronic Medical Records and Pharmacy Administration systems to all 114 Bureau institutions nationwide serving over 165,000 inmates. More
North Carolina DOC Licenses ATG’s Pharmacy Administration System
The North Carolina Department of Corrections has licensed ATG’s Pharmacy Administration System for all its 78 institutions serving 37,000 inmates. More
Strategic Communication for Corrections & Law Enforcement Staff
Date: 11/13 - 14/08
Gangs: Customs, Practices, Sociology & Identifiers
ACA 2009 Winter Conference
Date: 1/9 - 14/09
QUOTE OF THE WEEK
"Play: Work that you enjoy doing for nothing."