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Community centers offer transition from prison to home through greater freedom of movement and work opportunities. Individuals assigned to detail jobs make a daily rate and are working toward work release where they earn wages at jobs all over the city. On work release, individuals are required to pay a small daily maintenance fee, similar to room and board. As a result of COVID-19, employers have had to reduce hours or temporarily close, leaving individuals at community centers with significantly less or no income. Recognizing the impact of this loss of wages, NDCS implemented a process to temporarily suspend those daily...Read more

Good hand washing is key in preventing the transmission of COVID-19.

The NDCS safety coordinator offers some tips on how to keep safe and healthy and prevent the spread of germs.

#KeepPeopleSafe #DoingOurPart

***Note: This video was recorded before mask requirements were put in place.


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In an effort to limit the transmission of COVID-19, NDCS teammates began wearing face masks today. Masks are meant to be a barrier from spreading airborne droplets to others. Along with utilizing other universal health precautions such as hand washing, disinfecting surfaces and protective practices, NDCS is working to keep people safe.Read more

Cornhusker State Industries (CSI) Deputy Director Jeremy Elder traded in his typical haircut for something a little more... um... unique?

The team members at CSI got to design his new haircut he wore this week to add a little laughter into their days.

"In stressful times, humor is the best tool we have," said Elder. "After seeing some bad home haircut pictures on the Internet, I thought that a really bad DIY haircut would inject some fun into the workplace. I pledged to attempt to cut it myself and leave it that way for the week. If you are feeling stressed, pull up these pictures and have a laugh on me!"...Read more

During these challenging times, it's crucial we continue to find ways to support each other.

At NDCS, our teammates come to work, day and night.

The Nebraska Correctional Youth Facility (NCYF) took a moment to #chalkthewalk and decorate the sidewalk and entrance leading up to the facility this week as a way to say thank you to its team members dedicated to keeping people safe and share smiles with one another as we all get through this together.

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Whether you call it coronavirus, COVID-19, 'rona, or the one-niner, NDCS teammates are focused on doing their part in maintaining clean facilities to prevent the transmission of COVID-19.

For more information on what NDCS is doing regarding COVID-19, click here.

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Welcome the newest graduates from the Nebraska Staff Training Academy. Congratulations Class 220! #KeepPeopleSafeRead more

Happy Social Work Appreciation Month! Thank you to our NDCS social workers who make a positive impact on many people's lives every day.

#SocialWorkApprecationMonth #KeepPeopleSafe #LeadHealthyLives

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