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  1. Article number 1 - Revised Administrative Rules on Sentence Credit
  2. Article number 2 - IDOC observes the importance of violence prevention by raising awareness
  3. Article number 3 - Western Illinois Correctional Center supports law enforcement in 5K event
  4. Article number 4 - IDOC Director recognizes six employees for exceptional job performance
  5. Article number 5 - Illinois Correctional Industries continues with extensive recycling efforts at Illinois State Fair
  •  Revised Administrative Rules on Sentence Credit

    General Overview: There are various forms of sentence credits available to offenders, however not all offenders are eligible for each type of credit. The three most common types of credit are Statutory Sentence Credit, Program Sentence Credit, and Supplemental Sentence Credit.
  •  IDOC observes the importance of violence prevention by raising awareness

    SPRINGFIELD - October 3, 2014 - The Illinois Department of Corrections (IDOC) is observing Violence Prevention during the month of October by providing distinctive programs at each of its facilities. While the topic of Domestic Violence Awareness and Prevention is typically observed during this month throughout the United States, IDOC has extended the scope to raise awareness of Violence Prevention as a whole.
  •  Western Illinois Correctional Center supports law enforcement in 5K event

    SPRINGFIELD – September 30, 2014 - Four employees from Western Illinois Correctional Center recently participated in a fundraising event, Run from the COPS 5K, in Griggsville. Two employees placed first in their division in the Sept. 20 event.
  •  IDOC Director recognizes six employees for exceptional job performance

    SPRINGFIELD – August 21, 2014 – Illinois Department of Corrections Director S. A. “Tony” Godinez today commended six agency employees for exemplary performance and outstanding commitment in fulfilling their duties.
  •  Illinois Correctional Industries continues with extensive recycling efforts at Illinois State Fair

    SPRINGFIELD – August 8, 2014 - Illinois Correctional Industries (ICI) has created a comprehensive recycling program for the 2014 State Fair. ICI has provided the fairgrounds with 200 trash/recycling containers, up from 110 a year ago, which were fabricated by inmate workers out of recycled 55-gallon plastic drums. Plastic, paper, aluminum and other recyclable materials will be collected twice daily, diverting tons of waste from Illinois landfills.

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