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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.

Dogs and the officers who handle them have played a key role in the North Carolina correctional system for generations. The dogs’ keen sense of smell, agility, and accuracy, along with the specialized expertise of their canine officer handlers, has helped improve facility and community safety in ways that may surprise many people.

The N.C. Department of Adult Correction honored its top Community Supervision employees during an event at NC State’s McKimmon Center on Aug. 22.

The N.C. Department of Public Safety’s mission is to safeguard and preserve the lives and property of the people of the state through prevention, protection and preparation.

The holiday season brings to the surface the things that matter most and it is important to take the steps to protect them. Emergency Management and law enforcement experts from the Department of Public Safety share some tips to help you and your family remain safe during the holidays.

Black Friday kicks off the holiday shopping season and has made a name for itself as the largest shopping day of the year. Many friends and family members shop together and plan for a day of scoring deals upon deals.

Buying and selling online through social media marketplaces is a common occurrence these days. With no physical place for transactions, buyers and sellers must find locations that are safe for both parties to complete the sale.

Summer is the time of year many North Carolinians choose to travel and participate in outdoor activities. Whether you’re visiting the mountains, the coast or somewhere in between, keep these safety tips in mind all summer long.

COVID-19 has brought many changes to our lifestyles, including our work environments. Many workplaces have seen a rise in employees working remotely and using virtual meeting tools.