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Debra Askew

The Correctional Peace Officers Foundation is saddened to inform you of the passing of Debra Askew, wife of CPOF Chaplin Anthony Askew. Mrs. Askew died Monday, July 10th in a multi-vehicle accident.

Services will be Saturday July 22nd at the Troy First United Methodist Church. 213 North Three Notch Street, Troy, AL 36081.

A viewing will be held from 10:30-11:30am and funeral services will follow at 12:00 pm.

Please keep Chaplin Askew and their family in your thoughts and prayers.

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Monessen corrections officer balances prison work life with mission trips.

As a corrections officer, Millicent Barber of Monessen must be tough.

“I’m a different person in prison,”Barber said.  “Sometimes I have to yell over 80 guys. In prison, you have to be tough. No one sugarcoats it.  They tell it like it is.”

But on the Christian mission trips she has taken, her maternal instincts take over.

 

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Drunk driver kills off-duty Comal Co. Corrections Officer in Marble Falls

A drunk driver struck and killed an off-duty Comal County corrections officer on Tuesday.

The Comal County Sheriff’s Office says Officer Cynthia Young was in Marble Falls with her family to watch a Fourth of July fireworks show when she was struck by a vehicle while trying to cross a street on foot.

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Our thoughts and prayers are with Officer Cynthia Young’s family and friends.

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CPOF Project XXVIII – Annual National Memorial Ceremony

Did you miss the live feed of this year’s memorial service? Check it out now on our YouTube channel!

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‘Something is going to pop’

‘Something is going to pop,’ Department of Corrections director says of overcrowded, understaffed state prisons

“The Oklahoma Department of Corrections is out of bed space and out of money while the conditions at understaffed prisons continue to deteriorate, the agency’s head said Tuesday.”

 

 

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Family, friends of fallen Correctional Officer honor his memory

“Nearly 900 family members, friends, and supporters gathering at PNC Field in Moosic today to honor the life of Kris Moules. Moules was a correctional officer at the Luzerne County Correctional Facility and was killed in the line of duty last year.

 

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Sergeant Meggan Callahan

The funeral arrangements for Meggan Callahan are as follows:

 

 

Visitation: Wednesday, May 3, 2017 from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Miller Funeral Home and Crematory

735 Virginia Road

Edenton, NC 27932

 

 

Funeral if Thursday May 4th at 12:00pm

Edenton Unified Methodist Church Family Life Center

225 Virginia Road

Edenton NC 27932

For Corrections to be recognized, we need to speak up

We are at the point where we need to move forward and be recognized as law enforcement professionals; we cannot do this by remaining in seclusion.

 

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Family amazed with Correctional Officer Toamalama Scanlan’s progress

“The family of Fresno County correctional officer Toamalama Scanlan says it is amazed with his progress to date. Scanlan was one of two correctional officers shot in the lobby of the Fresno County jail last September.”

 

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16 safety tips from those who work behind the wall

If these lessons are not taken seriously, the safety and security of the staff, and all who reside within, will be at risk.

 

Click here for the list of safety tips