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Clarification to IDOC SOP: No paper money allowed during prison visiting sessions

IDOC visitation alert over logo

Clarification to IDOC Standard Operating Procedure 604.02.01.001 (Visiting Rules For Inmates and Visitors): No paper money allowed during prison visiting sessions

People visiting their incarcerated loved ones often bring money with them to purchase items from vending machines during scheduled visiting sessions.  

Visitors are welcome to do so, but paper money is not allowed. You’ll be asked to return the paper money to your vehicle if you bring it into the facility with you. 

Story published: 02/13/2019

ICIO’s Inside-Out continues to be of great interest

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Photo taken by Lt. Greg Heun
By Lt. Greg Heun, Idaho Correctional Institution-Orofino

December of last year was the first college course completion of the ground-breaking program in Idaho, Inside Out. Where the ICIO school teamed up with the University of Idaho to complete the first college class ever offered inside an Idaho prison. The story spread and recently KLEW TV and the Lewiston Morning Tribune came to ICIO to do stories about the program.
 

Story published: 01/31/2019

Barrier named manager of D-3

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Barrier
Dylan Hobson, Deputy Chief, Probation and Parole Division

The Probation and Parole division is excited to announce the promotion of Cory Barrier to the position of District Manager in District 3.  

Cory graduated from Boise State University in 2003 with a degree in Criminal Justice Administration.  

Following graduation, he and his wife, Kristin, moved to Germany where she was stationed in the USAF.  

After returning to the US, Cory accepted a position as a Probation and Parole Officer in District 4.  

Story published: 01/29/2019

Reentry Center Residents Raise Money for the Idaho Food Bank

Collin Young, Correctional Case Manager, Treasure Valley Reentry Center

Residents at the Treasure Valley Community Re-Entry Center held a fundraiser for the Idaho Food Bank.

Collectively they raised $865.00 for this organization.

For each dollar donated to the Idaho Food Bank, they are able to provide five meals.

The Idaho Food Bank distributes 18 Million pounds of food a year to those in need.

Two of our offenders were able to hand deliver this monetary donation and take a tour of the Idaho Food Bank.

Story published: 10/10/2018

No visiting at ISCC on Aug. 8

Visiting is canceled at Idaho State Correctional Center on Wednesday, Aug. 8, 2018.

Story published: 07/26/2018

Hoiland honored with Silver Cross

The Board of Correction awarded Senior Probation and Parole Officer Clint Hoiland the Silver Cross for saving the life of a young man.

Hoiland was driving home from work on February 15 when he saw a young man standing on a high railing on the Southway Bridge that spans the river between Lewiston, Idaho and Clarkston, Washington. Hoiland parked his car and rushed over to help. He heard the man crying, and it appeared he was getting ready to jump

The award nomination describes what happened next; "Clint grabbed the young man and pulled him off the railing...He then told two bystanders to call 911. The 18-year-old man said he had been bullied in school, and wanted to kill himself."

Story published: 10/08/2014
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