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"Protecting Public Safety by Changing Offender Behavior"
Victoria L. Kuhn, Esq.
NJDOC volunteers support the overall mission of the department and are essential in the effective delivery of programming and supportive services for the offender population. The major goal of the Office of Volunteer Services is to ensure the proper recruitment, processing, training, evaluation and recognition of NJDOC volunteers. As such, the Office of Volunteer Services, through assistance from volunteer coordinators in each institution, recruits, trains and supports individuals throughout the community who seek to volunteer in the areas of religious services, educational and social services programming, medical/psychological services, administration, community programming and recreational services.
The Prison Rape Elimination Act at the New Jersey Department of Corrections
Signed into federal law in 2003, PREA is designed to prevent, detect, and respond to incidences of sexual abuse and sexual harassment in confinement facilities.
With colds, flu and COVID season in full swing, the New Jersey Department of Corrections reminds those who are planning to visit NJDOC facilities not to arrive if they are sick or are experiencing symptoms.
Please plan or reschedule your visit for a time when you are feeling well.
Current visitation information for each facility can be found here.
Masks are available for staff, incarcerated persons and visitors and may be required depending on facility status.
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