Make this page my home page
  1. Drag the home icon in this panel and drop it onto the "house icon" in the tool bar for the browser

  2. Select "Yes" from the popup window and you're done!

Sponsors

Corrections Resources

Featured Product Categories

Featured Corrections Product

Most Popular Articles

Corrections Article


Print Comment RSS Bookmark


Former corrections officer questions prison closure

Prisons are slated to close by June 30

By Maria Miller
WJACTV

CRESSON TOWNSHIP, Pa. — At hearing in Harrisburg Thursday, Pennsylvania Department of Corrections Secretary John Wetzel took responsibility for the way employees of SCI Cresson and Greensburg found out about the planned closures.

The prisons are slated to close by June 30. The reasons, hosever, have been questioned by many.

6 News reporter Maria Miller talked with a recently retired corrections officer who said statements made by the DOC are factually incorrect.

Full story: Former corrections officer questions prison closure

 
 
 

 



CorrectionsOne comments can only be accessed by verified correctional officers.
Please sign in or register to view or write your own comments below.
Most Commented Articles
1. Ariz. correctional officer raped by inmateCorrections Article Comments19
2. Deadly Nev. prison brawl stokes mystery about guards, guns Corrections Article Comments14
3. Rikers correctional officer speaks out over sexual assaultCorrections Article Comments13
4. What's your favorite correctional slang phrase?Corrections Article Comments13
5. Attorney: Accused killer cried after deadly attack on correctional officerCorrections Article Comments12
6. Judge won't delay order on inmate sex reassignment surgery Corrections Article Comments11
7. Correctional officers charged with looting convenience store during unrestCorrections Article Comments11
8. Wis. DOC may eliminate tower staffing to save moneyCorrections Article Comments9
9. Ohio correctional officer killer seeks to have conviction overturnedCorrections Article Comments7
10. IDOC investigates $60M in overtime for correctional officersCorrections Article Comments7

Back to previous page