- Wis. DOC bans candy in prisons. Lehman, Mary // Corrections Today;Oct94, Vol. 56 Issue 6, p14
Reports on the Wisconsin Department of Corrections' implementation of a ban on the delivery of candies to the state inmates.
- Alternative to revocation program offers offenders a second chance. Vigdal, Gerald L.; Stadler, Donald W. // Corrections Today;Feb94, Vol. 56 Issue 1, p44
Reports on the alcohol education and treatment program of Wisconsin's Department of Corrections. Use of institution beds and programs as an alternative to revocation; Levels of increasing personal decision making, obligations and responsibility; Success rate of the program.
- Private prisons in Wisconsin's future. Harry, Jennifer L. // Corrections Today;Feb98, Vol. 60 Issue 1, p32
Reports that the Wisconsin Department of Corrections (DOC) gained permission to contract with private prisons in other states to house its overflow inmates. Two lawmakers who introduced a legislation that would allow private prisons to operate in Wisconsin; United States' two largest private...
- 50-plus years of service. deGroot, Gabrielle // Corrections Today;Jun98, Vol. 60 Issue 3, p71
Profiles Marian Olson, a teacher in corrections. Remarks from Michael Sullivan, secretary of the Wisconsin Department of Corrections (DOC); Career background of Olson; Occupation of Olson as of June 1998.
- `Checking up' on staff health education. Ahrens, Carol // Corrections Today;Oct96, Vol. 58 Issue 6, p102
Focuses on the Wisconsin Department of Corrections' efforts to educate its employees about blood-borne pathogens. Hiring of a full-time public health educator; Exchange of valuable information between agencies and organizations; Education programs which focus on hepatitis B virus, HIV and...
- State of Wisconsin Department of Corrections. // American Spectator;Nov93, Vol. 26 Issue 11, p97
Reports on Wisconsin Department of Corrections secretary Patrick J. Fiedler's efforts to promote a harassment-free work environment in the department. Training of staff; Department's Affirmative Action staff.
- Women earn $8,700 less than men. // FoodService Director;12/15/97, Vol. 10 Issue 12, p108
Focuses on women in the school foodservice industry in the United States. Problems associated with the creation of meals which children will eat following the United States Dietary Association nutritional guidelines; Difference between the salaries of men and women; Lack of respect for the role...
- WHERE LONG HOURS ARE THE NORM: Wisconsin prisons lock onto combi ovens. Riell, Howard // FoodService Director;10/15/2002, Vol. 15 Issue 10, p44
Reports on the benefits of combi ovens for foodservice operators in the Wisconsin Department of Corrections. Cooking modes combined by the oven; Annual operating budget of the department for food service; Number of inmates served at Wisconsin's Oshkosh Corrections Facility.
- Foreign Languages No Longer Banned in Wisc. St. Gerard, Vanessa // Corrections Today;Aug2005, Vol. 67 Issue 5, p7
Reports on the decision of the Wisconsin Department of Corrections to reverse its policy of banning foreign languages in state corrections in 2005. Reason of the agency for its former decision to ban foreign languages; Views of Correction Secretary Matthew Frank on the change in the policy;...