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Harold W. Clarke
Harold W. Clarke, head of the Virginia Department of Corrections, has been re-appointed by Governor-elect Ralph Northam to lead the agency for a third term.



Gay L. Geiger
Gay L. Geiger, AIA, was promoted to principal at SchenkelShultz Architecture in the firm’s Orlando, Fla., office.


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Wearable Access Control
Untethered Labs launched Halberd, the latest device in wearable access control, in December.



Chemical Identifier
Target-ID by Smiths Detection is the first FTIR chemical identifier developed specifically to support narcotics interdiction efforts.  


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3 Ways to Remain Innovative While Facing Change in Corrections
 Experience is a double-edged sword. Experience is good in an industry made up of repetition because it can help you do the same thing, in less time, with lower costs.


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Pierce County Awarded $1.9 Million Grant to Address Mental Health

TACOMA, Wash. — Starting in March 2018, Pierce County will have a greater ability to address mental health conditions in its criminal justice system and in its jail in Tacoma — thanks to the $1.9 million Trueblood Phase II grant that was awarded to the county by the U.S. District Court on Dec. 5.
 

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GUNDSLEV, Denmark — There seems to be a theme when it comes to designing modern (and as often) experimental institutions — they sometimes looks like they belong in a science fiction movie.

VERO BEACH, Fla. — Jails have a constant need for hot water — be it for cooking, dishwashing, laundry or hygiene.
 
Missouri Department of Corrections Offers Program for Veterans
MOBERLY, Mo. — The Missouri Department of Corrections houses more than 1,860 offenders who self-identify as U.S. military veterans.
 


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