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  1. Article number 1 - Revised Administrative Rules on Sentence Credit
  2. Article number 2 - Get Covered Illinois
  3. Article number 3 - Kim Butler named warden of Menard Correctional Center
  4. Article number 4 - Illinois Department of Corrections holds first parole agent graduation for 2014
  5. Article number 5 - IDOC Investigations and Intelligence employees recognized as Officers of the Year
  •  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.
  •  Get Covered IllinoisGet Covered Illinois

    Get Covered Illinois (GCI) is the Illinois Health Insurance Marketplace for Illinois residents. GCI team members are available to help residents take the first step to find affordable health coverage. Illinois consumers should explore www.getcoveredillinois.gov today, whether they are currently uninsured, are actively looking to make a change in their healthcare plan...
  •  Warden ButlerKim Butler named warden of Menard Correctional Center

    SPRINGFIELD – April 16, 2014 - Kim Butler, a 20-year veteran of the Illinois Department of Corrections (IDOC) was today named warden of Menard Correctional Center (MCC). She is the first woman ever to serve as warden of maximum-security MCC, a unique footnote to her continued service to the people of Illinois. Warden Butler’s appointment was announced by IDOC Director Salvador A. “Tony” Godinez.
  •  Parole GraduationIllinois Department of Corrections holds first parole agent graduation for 2014

    SPRINGFIELD – March 21, 2014 – The Illinois Department of Corrections (IDOC) held a graduation ceremony today in Springfield for 23 new parole agents. The new parole agent graduates will help support the agency’s goals of effective reentry management and increasing public safety.
  •  IDOC Investigations and Intelligence employees recognized as Officers of the Year

    SPRINGFIELD – March 19, 2014 – Illinois Department of Corrections Director S.A. “Tony” Godinez commended three agency employees today for their outstanding performance within the agency’s Investigations and Intelligence Unit. The director presented each employee with a 2014 Officer of the Year plaque honoring them for their exemplary leadership and diligence.

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