WDOC

AcronymDefinition
WDOCWyoming Department of Corrections
WDOCWashington Department of Corrections
WDOCWisconsin Department of Commerce
WDOCWorld Deaf Orienteering Championships (competition)
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This worked to 1) identify inmates in this birth cohort who have not been tested by WDOC and are in the recommended birth cohort for HCV testing, and 2) deliver a community standard of care, including follow-up testing and evaluation for HCV treatment, among inmates.
In 2011, on average, inmates who entered WDOC tested on an 8th grade level in the content areas of reading, math and language (Wyoming Department of Corrections, 2011).
The WDOC director and the Wyoming legislature have provided adequate positions for the facility, but vacancies still hinder the difficult task of managing the prison.
He worked for the Oregon Department of Corrections for more than five years before moving to Wyoming in 2003 to head WDOC.
Without the help of a variety of WDOC employees, the OWD initiatives would not move forward smoothly.
WDOC's IBMP form ends with a section for the signatures of the inmate (listed as "patient" on the form) and members of the multidisciplinary team.
Although WDOC's leading performance measure revolves around its most important resource--staff--most measures are centered on the success of offenders.
Like many basic training courses, WDOC stresses learning policies and procedures along with report writing techniques throughout the nine-week course.
Todd Timm has worked for the Wisconsin Department of Corrections (WDOC) since 1986.
And although Wyoming may seem behind the times to most outsiders, the Wyoming Department of Corrections (WDOC) has adopted a recruitment strategy that is on the cutting edge.
Dave Freudenthal as director of the Wyoming Department of Corrections (WDOC) in November 2003, WDOC has worked to fine-tune its strategic plan.