NCYF Warden Mike Kenney said Brockman shows a "deep sense of caring about people," and easily offers her as "an example for others to follow."
"That's how you gain the respect of your staff." Brockman commends her staff on their dedication to the youths at NCYF and said they really want to make a difference where they work.
Recreation is another area of prime concern to NCYF staff.
"Because of the smaller population at NCYF, inmates spend a minimal amount of time waiting for available groups," he says.
A psychiatrist from the Department of Correctional Services will assess inmates who may be in need of psychotropic medications--an average of 10 NCYF inmates are on such psychotropic drugs.
The recommendations are the basis for an inmate's personalized plan--the blueprint for his success at NCYF.
The three housing units at NCYF are staffed by a unit administrator, unit case managers, unit case workers, and mental health and chemical dependency staff.