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Roger Weholtz is the new interim leader for the Colorado Department of Corrections.



John Wetzel
Pennsylvania Department of Corrections Secretary John Wetzel has been appointed to the Board of Directors for the Council of State Governments Justice Center.


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2013 Security Electronic Contractors List
Each year Correctional News surveys the industry and composes a list of the top SEC companies around the country. The list includes annual revenues, number of completed projects and largest contract in the past year, among other categories. Find out who made it on our 2013 SEC List!


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Chaves County Updates Electronic Security System for Detention Centers
ROSWELL, N.M. — The Chaves County juvenile and adult detention centers in Roswell are set to undergo a $13.2 million renovation that will include upgrades to electronic security systems in the county’s correctional facilities.


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AUSTIN, Texas — Republican legislators of Texas and local officials are fighting to keep doors open at two state correctional facilities slated to close due to fiscal infeasibility while also attempting to purchase an additional correctional facility.

SAN ANDREAS, Calif. — On track for a summer 2013 opening, the new 160-bed Calaveras County Jail will replace the outdated and overcrowded current facility with a modern and efficient design.

Lowering Inmate Phone Charges
WASHINGTON — The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) must lower phone call rates for inmates in order to maintain critical family connections and reduce recidivism rates, according to a congressional coalition.


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