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In Case You Missed It!

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For leaders in the workplace, developing the right mindset and skills makes all the difference in building a leadership legacy that inspires and guides others. This group of NDCS leaders successfully completed the First-Level Leaders program, where they learned to develop a leader mindset, evaluate their emotional intelligence, utilize resources and establish their own profession development plan.

During this 40-hour training program, team members from NDCS facilities across the department evaluated their strengths and learned ways to make a positive impact on the teams they lead. They also spent time engaging with other...Read more

Congratulations to the newest NDCS teammates! Class 921 graduated from the Staff Training Academy today. In this class, there were four Peru State College students who are taking part in the Corrections Workforce Development Pathways partnership between NDCS and Peru State. These students will be serving as interns at the Tecumseh State Correctional Institution while they complete their degree in criminal justice.

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Please join us in celebrating the retirement of Lincoln Correctional Center (LCC)/Diagnostic and Evaluation Center/Community Corrections Center – Lincoln, safety specialist, Jeff Salomons. With over 35 years at NDCS, Salomons began his career in March of 1986 at the LCC. He’s held positions such as corporal, sergeant and unit caseworker before becoming a safety specialist. Salomons was also in the 24th Medical Unit of the Nebraska National Guard. His last day with the department is August 27, 2021. His years of safety knowledge and his ability to relate to all team members will be missed by all. His team members note that he is...Read more

Lincoln, Tecumseh and Omaha have immediate openings in Food Services. Paid Training | Great Benefits | Apply for a job, stay for a career Click here to find out more: #foodservices #culinary #NDCSjobs #applyforajob #stayforacareer #weneedyouRead more

Congratulations to these women for graduating from the Intentional Peer Support (IPS) program through a partnership with Mental Health Association of Nebraska at the Nebraska Correctional Center for Women. IPS helps individuals recover from mental illness, addiction or trauma with the assistance of someone who has similar life experiences.

These women are making the department proud with their hard work and the impact these skills will make in their future success. Congratulations! #MakeADifferenceRead more

A big thank you to these guys for power washing chairs, on top of their other duties, such as cleaning their housing unit at the Community Corrections Center – Lincoln (CCC-L). They have been proclaimed as the “Sanitation Kings” by team members at CCC-L.

These three gentlemen have been meeting every morning with Case Manager Jacob Medley to go over daily tasks. Team members have noted that these three make a positive impact on the housing unit’s sanitation. CCC-L and the department appreciate all their hard work. #MakeADifferenceRead more

Team members from the Community Corrections Center – Lincoln (CCC-L) and staff from the Mental Health Association of Nebraska (MHA-NE) visited the Nebraska Correctional Center for Women (NCCW) to give a presentation to approximately 70 incarcerated women about the transition process from NCCW to the CCC-L, where the population is allowed to participate in work opportunities in the community.

These kinds of collaborations provide valuable resources to the NCCW population about the transition and reentry process. Thank you to our NDCS teammates and MHA-NE staff for sharing your knowledge and encouragement! #MakeADifferenceRead more

Lieutenant Ronald Bailey and Electrician Michael Thomsen were recognized for their 40 years of service to NDCS. Both individuals bring a vast amount of knowledge and experience to the Nebraska State Penitentiary and NDCS. These gentlemen are greatly valued by their team members.

Thank you for you service and congratulations, Bailey and Thomsen! #MakeADifference #CongratulationsRead more