NASHVILLE – The some-more than 5,000 Department of Correction employees who work in a state’s prisons are being respected for assisting to say open safety.
Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam has admitted May 6-12, 2012 as Correctional Professionals Week in Tennessee. By progressing control and control of some-more than 20,000 inmates, Tennessee’s correctional professionals are compulsory to co-exist and work with inmates, while enlivening them to rise a required skills to turn prolific citizens.
“Tennessee correctional professionals are dedicated to never compromising open safety,” Correction Commissioner Derrick D. Schofield said. “The group and women who lift out a goal of handling protected and secure prisons and providing village organisation are unapproachable of what they do and severely conclude this approval by Governor Haslam.”
Tennessee’s correctional professionals work as officer, health caring professionals, teachers and in a accumulation of positions inside prisons and in the communities to assistance keep Tennessee safe.