Opening Session Debate
Carlson vs. Carlson
Sunday, August 4, 2002
Anaheim Marriott Hotel, Ballroom 8:00 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.
Carlson vs. Carlson, a political debate featuring Margaret Carlson, columnist for TIME magazine, and Tucker Carlson, political analyst and renowned journalist, promises to be a highly informative and entertaining event during the Opening Session of the American Correctional Association's 132nd Congress of Correction.
Margaret Carlson was named a columnist for TIME magazine in February 1994. Her column, "Public Eye," made her the first woman columnist in the magazine's 78-year history. In addition to her duties at the magazine, she serves as a panelist on CNN's political programs, Inside Politics and The Capitol Gang. Ms. Carlson joined TIME in January 1988 from the New Republic, where she was managing editor. Her journalism career has included stints as Washington bureau chief for Esquire magazine, editor of Washington Weekly, and editor of the Legal Times of Washington.
In addition to covering Campaign 2000 extensively, spending time with both Al Gore and George W. Bush, Ms. Carlson has covered the last three presidential elections. In her column she has regularly commented on cultural and political issues, including the campaign finance scandals, the state of feminism, and education issues. She recently received a National Headliner Award far columns she wrote in 2000.
Tucker Carlson has also become one of the nation's leading experts on politics. With his fresh perspective and extensive knowledge of key political figures, Mr. Carlson serves as co-host of Crossfire, CNN's popular and lively political debate program. Mr. Carlson and co-host Robert Novack provide insight and commentary from a conservative point of view as they square off against co-hosts James Carville and Paul Begala "from the left."
Like his worthy opponent, Mr. Carlson has also provided analysis as a panelist for Inside Politics. In 1998, he joined the media roundtable on CNN's Sunday talk show Late Edition with Waif Blitzer. Most recently, Mr. Carlson was co-host of CNN's The Spin Room with Bill Press. He has also covered the White House, Congress and dozens of political campaigns.
A renowned journalist as well as a political analyst, Mr. Carlson writes the "National Affairs" column for New York Magazine and is a contributing editor for The Weekly Standard.
R.R. BRINK LOCKING SYSTEMS, INC.
500 Earl Road
Shorewood, IL 60431
Fax: (815) 744-7020
Web Site: ww.rrbrink.com
Contact: Charles R. Brink, President
R.R. Brink Locking Systems, Inc., is a manufacturer of a full range of high-security locks and accessories designed for the modern correctional facility. After 26 years in business, R.R. Brink Locking Systems has a reputation for product quality, service and innovation. R.R. Brink Locking Systems pioneered the narrow-jamb type of electromechanical lock now used widely in minimum- and medium-security institutions. The company offers a complete range of locks and accessory items for key and/or remote electric door control. We invite you to inquire about our new sliding door locking and operating device, which is designed for retrofit applications, as well as new construction. Please visit R.R. Brink in Anaheim at booth 400.
Monday, August 5, 2002
8:15 a.m. - 10:00 am.
Anaheim Convention Center Ballroom
Don Shula, professional football coach of the National Football League (NFL) and most dominant figure since the late Vince Lombardi, will be the Keynote Speaker at the American Correctional Association's 132nd Congress of Correction.
Mr. Shula's record as head coach of the Baltimore Colts from 1963 to 1969 and the Miami Dolphins from 1970 to 1995 is unmatched in NFL history. In 1995, he concluded his 33rd season as the winningest NFL head coach ever with a career mark of 347 wins, 173 losses, and 6 ties for a 67 percent winning average. Of all NFL coaches, only Shula and the immortal George Halos attained 300 victories.
On July 26, 1997, Mr. Shula capped an illustrious career when he was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio, following his election into that shrine on January 25, 1997, his first year of eligibility.
Because of his success on the football field and his longtime civic and charitable service, Mr. Shula has received countless prestigious awards recognizing his contributions, including, most recently, the 1993 Sports Illustrated Sportsman of the Year Award, the 1994 Horatio Alger Award, the Bert Bell Award and the Pete Rozelle Award, In addition, along with Ken Blanchard, Mr. Shula co-authored "Everyone's A Coach," a highly acclaimed book that outlines the application of their managerial philosophies for business and personal success.
General Session Keynote Speaker Sponsors
Monday, August 5, 2002
8:15 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
Anaheim Convention Center Ballroom
ACA extends its gratitude to Hazelden Publishing and Educational Services; Printrak, A Motorola Company; and Wackenhut Corrections Corporation for providing us with football coach legend Don Shula.
HAZELDEN PUBLISHING AND EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
15251 Pleasant Valley Road
P.O. Box 176
Center City, MN 55012-0176
Web Site: www.hazelden.org
Contact: Peter Bell, Executive Vice President
Hazelden, a non-profit organization founded in 1949, is recognized internationally as a leader in the field of treatment and prevention of chemical dependency. As the foremost publisher of books, workbooks, videos, and curricula to help individuals recognize and overcome addiction and closely related problems, Hazelden is committed to providing quality treatment resources for the corrections field. This year Hazelden is proud to introduce a powerful new corrections curriculum, A New Direction: A Cognitive Behavioral Treatment Curriculum. Developed in partnership with the Minnesota Department of Corrections, this innovative, multi-format curriculum helps inmates recognize their criminal and addictive thinking patterns and change their negative behaviors. Learn more about A New Direction - and all of Hazelden's correctional offerings - by visiting us at booth 202.
PRINTRAK, A MOTOROLA COMPANY
1250 North Tustin Avenue
Anaheim, CA 92807
Tel: (888) 493-3590
Fax: (714) 237-0018
Web Site: www.motorola.com/printrak
Printrak, A Motorola Company ensures safety and security by creating fully-integrated cross-platform applications which enable all elements of incident and offender data to be managed, processed, archived, retrieved and shared among multiple sites and agencies.
As the leading worldwide supplier of integrated identification and information systems used in public safety, criminal justice and civil applications, Printrak's suite of core technologies provides networked palm/fingerprint, photo-imaging, corrections management, computer aided dispatch and automated records management systems. Printrak systems serve over 700 national, state, county and municipal agencies worldwide. For more information, visit: http://www.motorola.com/printrak. Come and visit our representatives at booth 305.
WACKENHUT CORRECTIONS CORPORATION
4200 Wackenhut Drive
Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410-4243
(561) 622-5656/(800) 666-5640
Fax: (561) 691-6659
Web Site: www.wcc-corrections.com
Contact: Ron Maddux, Vice President, Project Development (Domestic)
Ron Champion, Vice President, Business Development (International)
Dale Frick, Vice President, Business Development (Mental Health Services and Special Needs)
Wackenhut Corrections Corporation (WCC) (NYSE: WHC) is a leading worldwide provider of privatized correctional management services. As experts in the development and implementation of business solutions that meet the diverse correctional management needs of government agencies, we provide:
* innovative, turnkey programs for design, construction, financing and management of state-of-the-art correctional facilities
* development and management of medical, mental health, and special needs rehabilitation facilities and services
* diversified services including electronic monitoring, prisoner transport and facility maintenance
WCC is one of the largest publicly traded companies engaged solely in the business of managing correctional and detention facilities. Collectively, the 59 correctional and hospital facilities under contract and/or under development total approximately 43,063 beds including male, female, adult, young offender/juvenile, pre-trial, sentenced, and special needs offenders. Please visit us at booth 412.
Cruise Through the Congress in Style! Take the Shuttle!
Make your stay in Anaheim even easier by taking advantage of shuttle service during ACA's 132nd Congress of Correction. The shuttle will travel between the Anaheim Convention Center, the Hyatt Regency Orange County, the Hampton Inn and Suites, Garden Grove; and the Hilton Garden Inn Anaheim/Garden Grove. (All of these hotels are within close proximity of each other.) This convenient, time-saving service is provided by Carter Goble Lee and Keefe Supply Company.
CARTER GOBLE LEE
1619 Sumter Street
Columbia, SC 29201
Fax: (803) 779-8518
Web Site: www.cartergoblelee.com
Contact: Colin C. Lovett, Directar of Business Development
SOMETHING NEW IN 2002...Carter Gable Lee (CGL) is the merging of two of the nation's foremost organizations in planning and maintaining criminal justice facilities. CGL will offer a range of services from front-end planning -- to provide a foundation for functional and physical solutions... to energy management and facility maintenance. In addition, the firm will provide the specialized services of operationally-focused programming and program management in support of efficient design and construction alternatives. CGL will embrace the justice system in its entirety...