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FY 2013-14 TDOC Budget Hearing Handout_10 24 12 (2)

FY 2013-14 TDOC Budget Hearing Handout_10 24 12 (2)

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Tennessee Department of Correction
Tennessee Department of Correction
works to build safer communitiesin Tennessee through the incarceration and rehabilitation of felony offendersduring their confinement in the department’s institutions and throughsupervision of offenders in the community.
 The department fulfills its obligations tothe courts through the incarceration of inmates in a variety of secured institutionalsettings. All individuals are assigned to the department by the criminal courts of  Tennessee and managed in accordance with Department of Correction policy andprocedures.
 The department is committed to operating safe and secure prisons,providing effective community supervision, reducing recidivism, and nevercompromising public safety.
Derrick D. Schofield, CommissionerWes Landers, Chief Financial OfficerEmily Gibson, Director of Budget and Fiscal Services
Media relations contact information:
Dorinda Carter, Communications Officer, (615) 253-8144 (office) (615) 495-9742 (cell)
Budget summary:
Actual Estimated Cost Increase Total 2013-2014 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014RecommendationEmployees:Full-time 6,527 6,878 06878Part-time/Seasonal 0 1 00Funding:
State $ 771,144,100 $ 833,752,200 $ 103,159,900 $831,467,000
Federal 630,500 600,000 0600,000Other 15,002,900 18,819,100 2,147,40018,413,100 Total $ 786,777,500 $ 853,171,300 $ 105,307,300 $850,480,100
Management and Accountability
Obtained national accreditation by the American Correctional Association (ACA)for all 14 prisons, Central Office, Training Academy, and the Chattanooga ReleaseCenter
Established quarterly facility inspections
Adopted Customer Focused Government as an accountability measurementsystem
Reorganized central office divisions

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