Cerebral Profit & Loss, By the Books

By Candice Dyer
After working around the Southeast in different leadership roles for the region’s steel stalwarts, Randy DeMent went to San Antonio in 1996 to launch the Detention Systems Division of the CCC Group, a nationwide contractor providing industrial construction services, steel and heavy fabrication, manufacturing and specialty engineering and design services for various industries throughout the U.S. and in select foreign markets.

Background Check: Wally Riffle, R&N Systems

By Bryce Hubner
From his office in Germantown, Tenn., where he co-founded R&N in 2000, Riffle describes his circuitous route to the corrections industry and security systems mastery.

Background Check: DLR Group’s Bill Buursma

By Bryce Hubner
Bill Buursma, justice principal and architect at DLR Group in Seattle, is best known for pioneering designs that provide exceptional safety and functionality as they incorporate high-tech, high-efficiency concepts and materials.

Prison Break: Husband and Wife Start a New Chapter After Decades of State Prison Work

By Roibín Ó hÉochaidh
Following his recent retirement as director of security technology with the Massachusetts Department of Correction, Alexander Fox is leaving the public sector after a 29-year career to focus his energies, efforts and expertise on security and technology issues as a private sector consultant.