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More than 500 reentry professionals, advocates, service providers and local reentry council members participated in the three-day 2023 NC Reentry Conference. 

April is Second Chance Month in North Carolina, a time to remember the obstacles faced by the more than 20,000 people returning to their communities after leaving state prisons.  

 “You don’t make progress by standing on the sidelines, whimpering and complaining. You make progress by implementing ideas.” 

Congratulations to North Carolina's newest group of Probation/Parole Officers. The 18 officers from Class 2 completed their seven-week basic training at Samarcand Training Academy in Jackson Springs. Following remarks from Deputy Secretary for Community Supervision, Tracy K.

Congratulations to 37 Department of Adult Correction officers and staff. They were awarded Advanced Criminal Justice Certificates by the N.C. Criminal Justice Education and Training Standards Commission, during the board’s quarterly meeting.

SALISBURY — Adult Correction staff are used to reacting quickly and calmly in an emergency. Four employees of Piedmont Correctional Institution did just that while driving back from a meeting, possibly saving the life of a truck driver on Interstate 85.

When Anthony Faison was released from prison, he wanted to make a positive impact on the world.  He went back to school, earned his teaching 
credentials and took a position with Sampson Community College. 

N.C. Correctional Institution for Women's offenders give their time to make Christmas cheer.

Columbus, Forsyth, Orange and Carteret correctional facilities earn exemplary audit scores.

Congratulations to North Carolina's newest group of probation/parole officers! The 14 officers from Class 14 for Calendar Year 2022 completed their 6-week basic training at Samarcand Training Academy in Jackson Springs, NC.