Department of Corrections and Community Supervision

DOCS Today

Date of Issue Cover Story
Autumn 2010 New Automated Central Pharmacy to Save Money, Improve Quality  1,666 KB
Summer 2010 Humanitarian, Courageous Acts Earn DOCS Employees Medals  2,365 KB
Spring 2010 DOCS Temporarily Consolidates 22 Housing Units at 17 Facilities  587 KB
Winter 2010 DOCS Planning for Additional Closures, Consolidation in 2010-11 as Inmate Population Continues to Decline  422 KB
Autumn 2009 Drug Law Reform Taking Effect With Resentencing, Diversion, Shock Expansion, Treatment Monitoring, New Crimes  405 KB
Summer 2009 Two Officers Awarded Medals of Merit for Courageous Acts  465 KB
Spring 2009 DOCS Closing Camps, Annexes; Budget Includes Drug Law Reform  440 KB
Winter 2009 Executive Budget Proposes Camp Closures, Better Use of Space  447 KB
Autumn 2008 DOCS Consolidates Dorms, Crews as Part of Savings Plan  398 KB
Summer 2008 Seven Correction Officers Awarded Medals of Merit  1,324 KB
Spring 2008 New Budget Restores Funds to Keep Correctional Facilities Open  552 KB
Winter 2008 Commission Recommends Overhaul of Sentencing Laws  576 KB
Autumn 2007 Civil Confinement Law, Disability Advocates Settlement Bringing Major Changes to DOCS  564 KB

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DOCS/TODAY is published by the New York State Department of Correctional Services: Andrew M. Cuomo, Governor; Brian Fischer, Commissioner; Peter K. Cutler, Director of Public Information; and Linda Foglia, Assistant Public Information Officer.

ON THE COVER: The masthead brings DOCS/TODAY together with its past via "Copper John," the Colonial soldier who has stood watch atop the front gate of Auburn, the state's oldest prison, since 1821.

PUBLICATION: DOCS/TODAY is prepared in-house via desktop composition. Camera-ready pages are sent to the Elmira Correctional Facility and published in the print shop operated by the Division of Industries (Corcraft). PDF versions of the publication are available above.