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Nebraska State Penitentiary (NSP) had 16 incarcerated individuals graduate from the Residential Treatment Community (RTC) on November 30, 2018. Congratulations!Read more

The Work Ethic Camp (WEC) held its 19th Thinking for a Change Class (T4C) in mid-November graduating 14 individuals. Classes 20, 21, and 22 are currently holding sessions and the 23rd class is preparing to start up! The WEC staff are working on a celebration for all T4C graduates once they’ve completed the 25th class at the Work Ethic Camp. Congratulations, guys!Read more

Several incarcerated individuals performed in the Residential Treatment Community talent show at Nebraska State Penitentiary (NSP) on November 28, 2018. This included individuals performing rap songs and motivational speaking! Great job, guys!Read more

Congratulations to the November Case Management Academy graduating class. We are proud of you and appreciate your hard work!Read more

Four formerly incarcerated ladies and Diane Good Collins, Director of the 180 RAP program from Metro Community College, visited the Nebraska Correctional Center for Women (NCCW), to lead the "Living Above Your Circumstances" workshop. The workshop shared inspiration and encouragement to residents at NCCW.Read more

Pre-Service class 1418 graduated from the Staff Training Academy (STA) on November 28. Congratulations!Read more

When the Omaha Correctional Center (OCC), conducted its 3rd Quarter Employee Recognition, the guest speaker of the event was Director Frakes. Director Frakes presented items from the 2019-2023 strategic plan, and spent a considerable amount of time opening the floor to a dialogue session between staff and himself. In addition, the following staff were recognized during this event. Employee of the Quarter (Corporal Nellie Flores and Corporal Jerry Brittain), Operations Award (Records Officer Mandy Hatfield) and Warden Award (Captain Seth Perlman). The following staff were recognized for longevity, 5 years: Officer Bradley Herring...Read more

Six incarcerated men at Lincoln Correctional Center (LCC), graduated from T4C on November 2. One of the men from the group acknowledged this was the first programming he’s ever finished and how the class really opened his eyes to seeing things from another point of view. Congratulations!Read more