Vol. 81 Nbr. 4, July 2019
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- The Sesquicentennial and Silver Jubilee all on the same day in Arlington County.
- Choices: Finding the true cause of the incarceration of males and how to inspire change.
- Out of the mouths of babes: How the implementation of an oral hygiene program led to the decrease of dental disease at a juvenile justice correctional center.
- Caring for those in custody: Identifying high-priority needs to reduce mortality in correctional facilities.
- Breaking cycles of incarceration: The Ridge Project's holistic approach to reconnecting incarcerated fathers with their families.
- Top Teacher! How an educator at a juvenile detention center became National Teacher of the Year.
- Purposeful Professionals: Advancing employee resiliency through spiritual wellness.
- Where it all began...
- The Bell Tolls For Thee: THE 28TH ANNUAL WREATH LAYING CEREMONY FOR THOSE WHO HAVE FALLEN.
- Forever Heroes: THE HIGHEST OF HONORS BESTOWED UPON THE BRAVE MEN AND WOMEN AT THE 28TH ANNUAL WREATH LAYING CEREMONY.
- Moving forward: THE ARLINGTON COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE CELEBRATES THEIR 150TH ANNIVERSARY WITH ACA EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR JAMES A. GONDLES, JR.
- WELCOME NEW MEMBERS.
- CERTIFICATION LIST.
- Education for Liberation: The Politics of Promise and Reform Inside and Beyond America's Prisons.
- Women Lifers: Lives Before, Behind, and Beyond Bars.
- Shaping the present and the future: The Wisconsin Correctional Association invests heavily in their current and future members.
- Your membership matters! Discover all the benefits that come with your ACA membership.
- Combatting synthetic drugs in correctional settings series: Part 2: Synthetic drug contraband in prisons.
- Welcome the newest members of the professional development department: Cindy Gomez and Jessalyn Halbritter join the team.
- Stuck in the same role? Learn how to make yourself more marketable to current and future employers.
- Corrections Calendar: Events / Conferences / Training.