Skip Ribbon Commands
Skip to main content

Utility Links

​​​

Home

Featured Articles

  1. Article number 1 - Revised Administrative Rules on Sentence Credit
  2. Article number 2 - IDOC and IDJJ recognize 2015 Volunteers of the Year
  3. Article number 3 - IDOC holds its first correctional officer cadet graduation of 2015
  4. Article number 4 - Horticulture Instructor Brad Brannon at Vandalia Correctional Center recognized as OAEVS Employee of the Year for Fiscal Year 2014
  5. Article number 5 - Sheridan Correctional Center employees make the holidays brighter for children in the community
  •  https://wwwqa.illinois.gov/idoc/news/PublishingImages/doc_star_color.jpg

    Revised Administrative Rules on Sentence Credit

    General Overview: There are various forms of sentence credits available to offenders, however not all offenders are eligible for each type of credit. The three most common types of credit are Statutory Sentence Credit, Program Sentence Credit, and Supplemental Sentence Credit.
  •  IDOC and IDJJ recognize 2015 Volunteers of the Year

    IDOC and IDJJ recognize 2015 Volunteers of the Year

    SPRINGFIELD – April 27, 2015 – The Illinois Department of Corrections (IDOC) and the Illinois Department of Juvenile Justice (IDJJ) held a ceremony today to recognize their facility volunteers of the year and present awards to the IDOC and IDJJ 2015 Volunteer of the Year.
  •  First Correctional Officer Cadet Graduation of 2015

    IDOC holds its first correctional officer cadet graduation of 2015

    SPRINGFIELD – Feb. 24, 2015 – The Illinois Department of Corrections (IDOC) is proud to announce its first graduating cadet class of 2015.
  •  Horticulture Instructor Brad Brannon at Vandalia Correctional Center recognized as OAEVS Employee of the Year for Fiscal Year 2014

    Horticulture Instructor Brad Brannon at Vandalia Correctional Center recognized as OAEVS Employee of the Year for Fiscal Year 2014

    SPRINGFIELD – January 6, 2015 - Horticulture Instructor Brad Brannon at Vandalia Correctional Center recently was named Office of Adult Education and Vocational Services (OAEVS) Employee of the Year for Fiscal Year 2014. Brannon was recognized at the Fall Joint Educational Facility Administrator–College Coordinator Meeting Dec. 3, 2014. He was presented with an award plaque and a jacket embroidered with his name and emblem stating “OAEVS Employee of the Year.”
  •  Sheridan Correctional Center employees make the holidays brighter for children in the community

    Sheridan Correctional Center employees make the holidays brighter for children in the community

    SPRINGFIELD - December 23, 2014 - In the spirit of giving, Sheridan Correctional Center employees recently held a toy drive to provide 28 children in the community with toys as well as winter coats, hats and gloves. The drive, which was supported through the center’s Employee Benefit Fund (EBF), was held at the Sheridan Fire Station Dec. 19. The event was a success with Santa distributing the toys.
​​​​​​​​​​​​

​ 

Featured Sites