NEWS: East Mississippi Correctional Facility Recognizes Employees of the Year
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NEWS: East Mississippi Correctional Facility Recognizes Employees of the Year

 

 

 

 

August 28, 2019

East Mississippi Correctional Facility recently recognized Carolyn Powe and  Capt. Jaquan Scott as  Employees of the Year for the Management and Training Corporation, District IV in Mississippi. Pictured are Deputy Warden Ray Rice, Powe, Scott and Deputy Warden Hector Portillo.

 

East Mississippi Correctional Facility recently recognized two employees as Employees of the Year for the Management and Training Corporation, District IV in Mississippi.

Re-Entry Coordinator Carolyn Powe was awarded a plaque as Programs Support Services Employee of the Year. Powe facilitates the re-entry program, which provides guidance, direction, and insight to offenders as they prepare to reenter society as productive citizens.

Capt. Jaquan Scott was awarded a plaque as Correctional Officer of the Year. Scott serves as a shift commander and assists in the investigative unit in tracking and confiscating contraband throughout the facility.

The awards were presented by Deputy Warden Ray Rice of Programs, and Deputy Warden Hector Portillo of Operations.

About East Mississippi Correctional Facility

East Mississippi Correctional Facility is accredited by the American Correctional
Association—achieving 100% compliance for both mandatory and non-mandatory
standards in its most recent audit. Other accreditations and certifications include the
Correctional Education Association, National Center for Construction Education and
Research (NCCER), and the Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA).