Pioneers in Corrections
Pioneers in Corrections:
Looking Back (and Forward) at Our History
In order to determine the future course, it is wise to review our past. History appears to move in parallels. The number of beds in the Minnesota Department of Correction’s (DOC) system has steadily increased to accommodate the growth of the inmate population. DOC’s leadership, staff, and programs started in the 1970s resulted in their being a model for corrections in the nation. DOC’s commissioners, deputy commissioners, wardens, et al., introduced ideas on how to improve the delivery of services and make our prisons safer and one of the best in the United States.
The presenters for this workshop are a “who’s who in DOC.” They will highlight the challenges and accomplishments of the Minnesota Department of Corrections over the past 40 years through their unique lens. They are our “Pioneers in Corrections” in Minnesota. Their stories and anecdotes are sure to be educational, enjoyable and remarkable. Register early, space is limited.
Date: Friday, November 20th, 2009
Time: 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 pm
Location: Minnesota Department of Corrections undefined Pung Meeting Room
1450 Energy Park Drive, St. Paul 55108 (West Entrance – Second Floor)
Registration and membership should be emailed to Dani Harrington at firstname.lastname@example.org
Trainings are free to all current MCCA Members.
If you are not currently a member, a training fee of $30 will be owed. This annual investment pays for one year of monthly training sessions and your complimentary membership to MCCA.
ADDRESS: 553 Fairview Ave. Saint Paul, Minnesota 55104