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  1. Article number 1 - Revised Administrative Rules on Sentence Credit
  2. Article number 2 - IDOC Director recognizes six employees for exceptional job performance
  3. Article number 3 - Illinois Correctional Industries continues with extensive recycling efforts at Illinois State Fair
  4. Article number 4 - IDOC’s Go Green commitment present at Illinois State Fair
  5. Article number 5 - IDOC holds its first correctional officer cadet graduation for Fiscal Year 2015
  •  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 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.
  •  IDOC’s Go Green commitment present at Illinois State Fair

    SPRINGFIELD – August 7, 2014 - The Illinois Department of Corrections (IDOC) is committed to promoting its “Go Green” efforts in building a culture of sustainability. One example of this commitment is four vividly painted recycling containers at the Illinois State Fair, donated by Jacksonville Correctional Center (JCC). To encourage recycling at the fair, the containers are designated to hold plastic and aluminum and brightly painted by inmates.
  •  First Correctional Officer Cadet Graduation FY 2015IDOC holds its first correctional officer cadet graduation for Fiscal Year 2015

    SPRINGFIELD – July 25, 2014 – The Illinois Department of Corrections (IDOC) today held its first cadet graduation for Fiscal Year 2015 with 138 correctional officer cadets joining the agency’s frontline staff. The new correctional officers are assigned to IDOC correctional centers throughout the state to help meet the operational needs of the agency.

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