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McHenry County Sheriff's Adult Correctional Facility, Woodstock, Ill.
Ellsworth Correctional Facility-Ellsworth East Unit * Ellsworth, Kansas Hutchinson Correctional Facility * Hutchinson, Kansas
The high prevalence of HIV infection in overcrowded and understaffed correctional facilities further accentuates these concerns and poses a public health challenge.
In March, another Lancaster correctional officer who was repeatedly kicked in the head by two inmates was awarded more than $10 million in a civil judgment.
Among the first pilot telemedicine projects among correctional facilities was the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction Telemedicine Pilot Project launched in 1994, effectively linking the Ohio State University Medical Center with the Southern Ohio Correctional Facility, Ohio's maximum security prison (Wilkinson & Gailiun, 1998).
We have found that male correctional employees have vaginally, anally, and orally raped female prisoners and sexually assaulted and abused them," says the report.
Another goal of the transition team was to dispel the rumors and myths regarding correctional facilities.
We have experienced tremendous growth with SHP over the past several years and believe the market is ripe for an alternative approach to outsourced correctional health care.
Ontario will also continue to promote diversity within Correctional Services by targeting recruitment to ensure that correctional officers are reflective of the diverse communities they serve.
Charlotte Burns, assistant warden of operations, Corrections Corporation of America, San Diego Correctional Facility, San Ysidro, Calif.
The employee has been with Correctional Services of Canada since 1995.
Stress impacts the working attitudes and behaviors of correctional staff and ultimately can have devastating physiological consequences.

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