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The NC Department of Adult Correction recognized outstanding Division of Community Supervision employees on July 10 in a celebration at the McKimmon Center at North Carolina State University.

For nearly a decade NCDAC has offered one-on-one and group peer support services to employees in an effort to help staff be at their best.

This year, the  S.H.I.E.L.D. team has transformed services and service provision to provide improved, confidential mental health counseling, peer support, and outreach services to all NCDAC employees. S.H.I.E.L.D. is an acronym that stands for “support, hope, inclusion, empowerment, loyalty and dedication.”

Congratulations to North Carolina's newest group of Probation/Parole Officers. The 38 officers from "Class 3" and "Class 3A" (listed below) completed their eight-week basic training at Samarcand Training Academy in Jackson Springs.

Each year the Moore Recycling Center, an NCDAC Correction Enterprises operation in Carthage, recycles more than 300,000 pounds of aluminum waste.

Dr. Brooke Wheeler, superintendent of Correctional Education Services, outlined all of the educational and occupational opportunities available in state prison facilities and explained the significant reduction in recidivism they help achieve, at the third meeting of North Carolina's Joint Reentry Council on April 10.

NCDAC, in partnership with TransTech, celebrated its inaugural graduating class of offenders who obtained their Commercial Drivers License (CDL) while incarcerated.

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.

Caswell County's two DAC facilities offer vocational skills that ease re-entry while providing positive benefits for the public.

Congratulations to North Carolina's newest group of Probation/Parole Officers. The 21 officers from Class 11 for 2023 completed their seven-week basic training at the North Carolina Justice Academy in Salemburg.