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  1. Article number 1 - IDOC Director Addresses Commissary Shortages
  2. Article number 2 - IDOC is Hiring Correctional Officers!
  3. Article number 3 - East Moline Correctional Center Launches Prison Education Program in Partnership with Augustana College
  4. Article number 4 - Corrections Connections – August 2021
  5. Article number 5 - Award Winning Artist Common Puts Recording Studio In Stateville
  •  IDOC Director Addresses Commissary Shortages

    IDOC Director Addresses Commissary Shortages

    Commissary items such as batteries, detergent, and aftershave are becoming increasingly difficult to procure. The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the global supply chain in ways not experienced by the world in many years. The Department is doing everything within its power to resolve this issue.
  •  IDOC is Hiring Correctional Officers!

    IDOC is Hiring Correctional Officers!

    The Illinois Department of Corrections is a multicultural agency deeply committed to ensuring diversity, equity, and inclusion. This commitment is at the forefront of our operations, hiring, policies and procedures, and training. Click the image to apply!
  •  East Moline Correctional Center Launches Prison Education Program in Partnership with Augustana College

    East Moline Correctional Center Launches Prison Education Program in Partnership with Augustana College

    East Moline Correctional Center is offering its first four-year Bachelor of Arts program for individuals in custody in more than 20 years. The Augustana Prison Education Partnership (APEP) launched August 31st with a cohort of 10 students.
  •  Corrections Connections – August 2021

    Corrections Connections – August 2021

    Corrections Connections is a monthly newsletter highlighting the latest happenings at the Illinois Department of Corrections.
  •  Award Winning Artist Common Puts Recording Studio In Stateville

    Award Winning Artist Common Puts Recording Studio In Stateville

    All components of the studio, including computer equipment, mixing board, and instruments were funded by generous donors and Imagine Justice, a non-profit organization founded by Common. There are nine students in the program’s first cohort. During the 12-week course, students will learn song writing, audio engineering, music production and more.

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