Blog: Correction Connection

Officials with the Department of Adult Correction have promoted Jamie Williamson to the position of Judicial District Manager (JDM) in Judicial District 13 which covers Bladen, Brunswick and Columbus counties within Judicial Division 2.

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 14 officers from Class 4 for 2024 completed their seven-week basic training at the North Carolina Justice Academy in Salemburg.

Officials with the Department of Adult Correction have promoted two Community Supervision managers to the position of Judicial District Manager (JDM) within Judicial Division 4 which covers 25 counties in Western North Carolina.

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.

Officials with the Department of Adult Corrections have promoted three Community Supervision managers to the position of Judicial District Manager (JDM) for Judicial Division I which covers 32 counties in Eastern North Carolina.

Officials with the Department of Adult Correction have promoted three Community Supervision Managers to the position of Judicial District Manger (JDM) within Judicial Division 3 which covers 22 counties in the Piedmont region of North Carolina.

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

National Crime Victims' Rights Week is celebrated every year in April. The week is dedicated to educating the community about victimization; the effect victimization has on individuals and the community, and to promote laws, policies, and programs to help victims of crime.

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.

Second Chance Month Events
Tuesday, April 16 - 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. - Driver's License Restoration Workshop
NC Works Career Center
1830-B Tillery Pl, Raleigh, 27604
Questions? Contact James Johnson - 919-754-5382

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

RALEIGH -- District 28 (Asheville) Probation and Parole Officer Kalla Hughley has been recognized for her life-saving efforts at last June’s Juneteenth Festival in Asheville by One Voice United with the Bronze Medal of Honor.

Women lead from the top at fourteen NCDAC correctional facilities. They share their advice on staying confident, embracing challenges, and keeping your eye on what matters most.