In Case You Missed It!

In Case You Missed It!

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Flexibility in Recovery is a yoga-based program designed by incarcerated individuals to provide the opportunity to see the world from whole new angles – literally! Where a focus on challenging themselves, creating balanced lifestyle, and breathing techniques, leads them to positive self-image and personal accomplishment. These gentlemen have voluntarily dedicated themselves, week after week, to improving their body, mind and soul. They truly have found a new enthusiasm for sober living! Namaste!Read more

Come talk to us at the Milford Job Fair this Thursday from 11AM - 1PM!

#werehiring #$3000bonus #keeppeoplesafeRead more

Who are you rooting for this weekend? Our teammates are geared up. #gameday #huskers #gobigred #footballRead more

October is Operational Excellence Month. Pictured is the NCDS Process Improvement team consisting of Taylor Jones, Eric Kasik, Eric Spry and Inna Karpyuk. They are currently working on multiple projects to create engagement, add value and give people a voice by using Lean Six Sigma methodology and customer focused efforts to bring about positive change. #COEMonthRead more

The garden at the Work Ethic Camp in McCook, NE, has had a bountiful harvest this year. Corporal Deb Swanson, with the help of 3 incarcerated men, planted a wide variety of produce including corn, cucumber, zucchini, tomatoes, watermelon, pumpkins, potatoes, carrots, onion, chives and rhubarb. The produce gets put to use in the kitchen for special recipes like fried zucchini, cucumber salad and rhubarb crisp.Read more

The Foto Sisters provided an enjoyable and uplifting concert to the female population at CCC-L on Friday, September 27. Approximately 30 women attended the event in the men’s dining room. Jarell Roach was the MC for the evening and provided demonstrations about support systems and healthy relationships, as well as praying with those in attendance.Read more

For more than four decades, Warden Charlie West has been an instrumental part of the Nebraska Department of Correctional Services (NDCS). Today, he retires.

West started his career out as a correctional officer in 1977. That’s the same year of the New York City blackout and the year Elvis Presley died. The average cost of a new house was $49,300 and a gallon of Gas was 65 cents. It was a different time then, but one full of endless possibilities for West.

“Looking back on my 42 years here at NDCS, it’s been good,” said West. “I’ve seen a lot of good changes, especially with programming for the incarcerated...Read more

Congratulations to Pre-Service Class 1119 who graduated from the NDCS Staff Training Academy this week!Read more