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Five agency staff members were honored during NC Governor Roy Cooper's Women’s History Month Reception today at the Governor's Mansion in Raleigh. All were selected as a result of their positive impact as public servants and their meaningful efforts in support of the agency's mission.

Congratulations to North Carolina's newest group of Probation/Parole Officers. Twenty-two officers from "Class 9" and 21 officers from "Class 9A" (listed below) completed their seven-week basic training at the North Carolina Justice Academy in Salemburg.

Caswell Correctional celebrated its “End of the Leash Ceremony” at the facility this week. The program empowers offenders to train service animals, which are then placed in the community to provide help for individuals with medical diagnoses or physical disabilities.

The North Carolina Department of Adult Correction (NCDAC) was thrilled to have the chance to make an impact all across NC in the 2023 Governor's School Supply Drive. Sec. Todd Ishee, accompanied by members of the staff and Warren County School Superintendent Keith Sutton personally delivered some of the agency's donated school supplies to Mariam Boyd Elementary School in Warrenton.

ALE and the High Point Police Department yesterday raided three illegal alcohol outlets which resulted in the seizure of drugs and alcoholic beverages. The investigations stemmed from community complaints of illegal sales of alcoholic beverages in the High Point area. 

Friday night, ALE special agents charged 259 people for alcohol, drug, firearm, driving and gambling offenses during a statewide partnership with local, state, and federal agencies. Each district targeted violence and illegal activity anywhere alcohol was sold, whether legally or illegally.