20 Things the Missouri Department of Corrections Did in 2020
A lot of words have been used to describe 2020. Unprecedented. Uncertain. Unstable. For corrections professionals, there’s another: unmatched. In the face of a public health crisis — and the day-to-day-dangers the work presents — corrections staff on the front lines show exemplary dedication and courage. Here are some of the things the Missouri Department of Corrections accomplished in 2020. Watch the video »
Personnel Director Dwight Politte explains the ENGAGE professional development process and highlights the annual cycle of meetings and evaluations. Watch the video »
Planner Angelee Mitchell highlights initiatives and goals for Fiscal Year 2021 and reviews major accomplishments from the previous year. Watch the video »
Corrections Personnel Analyst Sarah Brendel walks you through employee health benefits and the open enrollment process. » Watch the video
We have big plans for 2020! See what changes are underway to help boost workplace safety, develop our teams and reduce risk and recidivism in Missouri.
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What do you get with a job? In some jobs, it’s just a paycheck. And nothing else. When you work in the Missouri Department of Corrections, you get so much more. A sense of purpose. Fulfillment. Stability. Camaraderie. AND BENEFITS! Personnel Director Dwight Politte breaks down the true value of a job in the Missouri Department of Corrections.
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Six corrections staff members earn the Director's Award of Valor for saving fellow Missourians from offender unrest, a hostage taker and an oncoming truck.
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Team DOC Leak Busters won Cycle 2 of the Show Me Challenge innovation competition with a plan to reduce wastewater, conserve natural resources and save money. Hear about heir proposal for saving $82 million by installing low-flow plumbing features in state prisons.
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