The PAWS program was established in DCSO under the programs division in 1998.
DCSO also offers a cosmetology program that began in February 2014.
At DCSO, staff are continuously looking for career and community collaboration opportunities for the offenders.
will work together with the Federal Ministry of the Interior (BMI) and the Federal Office for Information Security (BSI).
DCSO will collaborate with the Federal Ministry of the Interior (BMI) and the Federal Office for Information Security (BSI).
DCSO will offer these companies high-quality services to identify cyber risks and repel cyber attacks.
The registered office of DCSO will be located in Berlin and the organization will operate as a financially independent limited liability company.
Recognizing that women with mental illness are particularly vulnerable, DCSO
offers "Mind, Body, Spirit," a holistic educational program for women in the special needs pod that addresses issues of physical, mental and spiritual health.
DCSO collects approximately $45,000 in fees associated with medical care annually.
When DCSO decided to assess fees beyond work release in 1997, officials decided to approach state legislators to sponsor permissive bills that would allow further assessment of fees.
Shannon Callis, an 11-year DCSO employee, shared many of her experiences in the January/February issue of American Jails.
After working for DCSO for eight years, Callis encountered her first critical incident debriefing.