News, Events, and Activities in the Alaska Department of Corrections

Friday May 29, 2015

Special Olympics Torch Run

Photo of Team Ketchikan

Team Ketchikan

Monday May 04, 2015

Anvil Mountain Officers Honored for Years of Service

Photo of AMCC COs with their certificates

Jennifer O’Connor COII and Roy Tobuk COII were recently honored for 5 years of service to the State of Alaska.

Wednesday Apr 15, 2015

Yukon Kuskokwim Career Fair

Photo of KCC inmates who donated to WISH

Sgt. Ramos representing the department at the Career Fair

Tuesday Mar 31, 2015

Wildwood Employees of the Year

Each year nominations for employee of the year are submitted by the entire staff and selected by an employee selection committee. Employees are selected for demonstrated professional duty performance, service to the state and Wildwood Correctional Complex and the support and assistance provided to their fellow employees. Robert Hibpshman, Superintendent of Wildwood Correctional Complex announced this year’s winners as Correctional Officer Heath Fulk and Correctional Officer John Howland.

The two winners of the employee of the year award for 2014 are truly distinguished employees. Fulk, a 4 year Department of Corrections employee and Howland, a 14 year veteran of the department were selected for the award because they have been consistent, strong performers, both team players with good attitudes, a balanced demeanor, commitment to professionalism, and their ability to interact well with staff and prisoner alike.

Both Correctional Officer Fulk and Howland are positive role models and greatly contribute to an effective work force and a positive work environment.

Monday Mar 23, 2015

Inmates at Ketchikan Correctional Center Donate to Women in Safe Homes (WISH)

Photo of KCC inmates who donated to WISH

Jennifer Blankenship, Marilyn Isaacs, April Burt, Lisa Soares and Frances Colegrove

Between November and February, inmates at Ketchikan Correctional Center crocheted 75 hats and 175 scarfs which were donated to Women in Safe Homes (WISH), Ketchikan's women domestic violence shelter. It was the second year that inmates have made scarves and hats to donate to local non-profits.