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Kenneth Royster, a long time Division of Prisons veteran, has been named acting warden at the North Carolina Correctional Institution for Women.
Gregg Hershberger retired as secretary of public safety and correctional services for the state of Maryland on Dec. 5.
Carla Weinheimer, AIA, recently was hired by DLR Group as a justice and civic expert to lead the firm’s justice design teams in the northwest region of the U.S.
Willie C. Bolton will retire as warden of the Athens-Clarke County Correctional Institute on Dec. 1.

Q & A

Having won concessions in a legal battle, the Stockton Chamber of Commerce has thrown its support behind a new correctional medical
Correctional News extended invitations to several leading security electronics contractors to participate in a roundtable discussion about
Panelists from the Greening of Corrections panel at ACA’s 139th Congress of Correction discuss the challenges of applying sustainability

On Location

The ACA winter conference, one of the year’s largest events for correctional industry professionals, arrives in Tampa, Fla. on January 22.

Background Check

When Erford Harrison joined Habersham Metal Products in 1956, building a detention facility meant years of heavy lifting, and piecemeal
Following his recent retirement as director of security technology with the Massachusetts Department of Correction, Alexander Fox is
Jerry Elmblad’s office at the Michigan Department of Corrections in Lansing is littered with papers and publications on cutting-edge