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Joanna Champney named Chief of Planning and Research Unit

Commissioner Robert M. Coupe announced that Joanna Champney has been named Chief of Planning and Research for the Delaware Department of Correction. The Chief of Planning oversees a staff of three who support the Department by conducting a wide range of evaluations and studies to enhance existing programs and services. Additionally the Unit is responsible for spearheading policy development and strategic planning efforts.




Delaware offender fails to return to work release center

The Delaware Department of Correction announces that Rachel Tarnovshcian, an offender currently on work release, has failed to return from an authorized job seeking pass issued by the Sussex Community Corrections Center in Georgetown. Attempts to make contact with her have been unsuccessful and an escape warrant for her arrest has been issued.




Inmate Death – David Boyce

David Boyce, age 46, an inmate at Sussex Correctional Institution, died Tuesday, November 11, 2014. Boyce was pronounced dead at Beebe Medical Center at 11:04 a.m. and his body has been turned over to the State Division of Forensic Science, as is standard procedure. The investigation is being handled by Delaware State Police as an apparent suicide.




Inmate dies at Sussex Correctional Institution

David Boyce, age 46, an inmate at Sussex Correctional Institution, died Tuesday, November 11, 2014. Boyce was pronounced dead at Beebe Medical Center at 11:04 a.m. Boyce’s body has been turned over to the State Division of Forensic Science, as is standard procedure. The investigation is being handled by Delaware State Police as an apparent suicide.




Department of Correction seeks additional resources to protect the community

Department of Correction Commissioner Robert Coupe and his senior leadership today proposed an operating budget for the next fiscal year that seeks modest increases in funding to secure staff training and equipment, invests in programs that reduce recidivism, and meets increased expenses in caring for offenders.







 Pages Tagged With: "Department of Correction"

Joanna Champney named Chief of Planning and Research Unit

Commissioner Robert M. Coupe announced that Joanna Champney has been named Chief of Planning and Research for the Delaware Department of Correction. The Chief of Planning oversees a staff of three who support the Department by conducting a wide range of evaluations and studies to enhance existing programs and services. Additionally the Unit is responsible for spearheading policy development and strategic planning efforts.




Delaware offender fails to return to work release center

The Delaware Department of Correction announces that Rachel Tarnovshcian, an offender currently on work release, has failed to return from an authorized job seeking pass issued by the Sussex Community Corrections Center in Georgetown. Attempts to make contact with her have been unsuccessful and an escape warrant for her arrest has been issued.




Inmate Death – David Boyce

David Boyce, age 46, an inmate at Sussex Correctional Institution, died Tuesday, November 11, 2014. Boyce was pronounced dead at Beebe Medical Center at 11:04 a.m. and his body has been turned over to the State Division of Forensic Science, as is standard procedure. The investigation is being handled by Delaware State Police as an apparent suicide.




Inmate dies at Sussex Correctional Institution

David Boyce, age 46, an inmate at Sussex Correctional Institution, died Tuesday, November 11, 2014. Boyce was pronounced dead at Beebe Medical Center at 11:04 a.m. Boyce’s body has been turned over to the State Division of Forensic Science, as is standard procedure. The investigation is being handled by Delaware State Police as an apparent suicide.




Department of Correction seeks additional resources to protect the community

Department of Correction Commissioner Robert Coupe and his senior leadership today proposed an operating budget for the next fiscal year that seeks modest increases in funding to secure staff training and equipment, invests in programs that reduce recidivism, and meets increased expenses in caring for offenders.