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Posts tagged department of corrections

January 3, 2013


ACLU: DOC Needs Better Treatment For Mentally Ill

The ACLU is arguing the Department of Corrections does not provide adequate services for mentally ill people who come under their watch.

November 28, 2012


Dept. Of Corrections: State Prison Population Flattens Out

The number of prison inmates is actually one percent below its peak in 2010.

October 18, 2012


State Could Give DOC Power To Approve College Credits

Under a proposal presented to the Criminal Code Evaluation Commission, the Department of Corrections would approve which courses inmates can take for credit.

October 2, 2012


Revised Indiana Jail Standards Emphasize Local Control

Indiana’s jails have phased out a set of standards that was two decades old.

September 25, 2012


Robert Lee Transferred Out Of Monroe County

The man convicted of murdering a Bloomington woman has been transferred out of Monroe County because of the attention his case received.

September 19, 2012


DOC Seeks Home For Man Convicted Of Murder In Bloomington

Robert E. Lee must serve his parole in Bloomington, but the Department of Corrections has not found a place for him to live after his release.

June 26, 2012


Indiana Prisons End College Degree Programs

The state Department of Corrections is being forced to end its college degree programs because of budget cuts.

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