Pictured is Major David Savage accepting his award from DWOM Ryan Coffman and Warden Chris McBee. Photo #1(L to R): Amy Parkhurst, AW, Kimberly Herring, DWO, Matthew King, COI, Award recipient, Michael Brown, COII, award recipient, Chris McBee, Warden, Ryan Coffman, DWOM. Town Halls were held January 8 in the Visiting Room so that staff could maintain social distancing. Rachel Loethen, Nurse Practioner June 23, 2021, Zachary Scott, Stationary Engineer June 28, 2021, Cameron Fast, FUM (transferred from WMCC) June 27, 2021, Marlin Waldrep, COI to COII June 1, 2021, Daniel Fraley, COI to COII June 1, 2021, Chelsey Rhoades, Account Clerk to Business Executive June 7, 2021, Ashton Christopher, CCM to FUM June 27, 2021. It was indicated that Ray goes above and beyond to assist in whatever way he can. For additional information on these opportunities or the application process, please contact Kelly Lott at 740-774-7080, ext. Furthermore, the CCC Administration would also like to convey their appreciation to Mr. Huber and Mr. Bower for their leadership on the CCC CERT Team through a total of 21 CERT activations during the year 2022. FUM Cheryl Richey Dominos pizza, cupcakes made by Kim Klever and chocolate covered strawberries were served. On June 9, 2019, while performing a search on an offender who had exhibited suspicious behavior, Jackson noticed that the offender was trying to conceal an item from her. Visitors, aged 13 years and older, are required to show a current school photo identification card that includes their name, or a valid federal or state government-issued identification card before admission to the visiting area. Lori Parkey, FUM of Housing Unit 8 was an invaluable leader throughout this unprecedented time. Chillicothe Correctional Center (CCC) Missouri Kairos CCC - Chillicothe Correctional Center Women's Institution (Medium) in Chillicothe, Missouri Agape Requests and Send Agape (see below) For General Agape ( also known as Wall Agape ); please write or email your request using the information below. CO I Charles Henton Through these partnerships, offenders, and staff have the opportunity to take college courses and earn credits toward a degree. Raechel Kelley, Storekeeper I, wasnamed the CCC Employee of the Month for October 2021. She assisted with keeping the Administration work area clean when the porters werent coming up due to COVID-19. 3151 Litton Road From the beginning, Ms. Parkey has been forthcoming and patient. CO III Tyler Lewis was "presented" with a pie in the face by his mom, RN Tammie Christopher, on July 11, 2022. Upon receiving notification of the situation, Mr. Christopher halted his normal duties and responded. Staff questions were presented regarding nicotine lozenges for the offender population, staff training, and medical lay-ins. Pictured (l to r) Chris McBee, Warden, Kimberly Herring, DWO, Jennifer Kamp, Records Coordinator, Ryan Coffman, DWOM, and Marla Felton, AW. Jeremy was nominated for this award by CO III Tyler Lewis, who recognized his constant professionalism and commitment to ensuring safety and security. Wrap-around, slit skirts, or dresses are not permitted. The $120 million facility opened in late 2008, and with a capacity of 1740 inmates at a mix of security levels. Town Hall Meetings have been suspended indefinitely due to COVID-19. Lisa Clark then instructed control center to call an ambulance. Melissa Chavarria, RN, Centurion 7/7/22, Jennifer Ellis, Gateway Substance Abuse Counselor 7/25/22, Cristina Oertwig, Gateway Substance Abuse Counselor 7/25/22, Beth Rains, Records Officer I to Policy and Procedure Coordinator 7/17/22, Rhonda Gulley, COI to Employment Transition Specialist 7/31/22. The visitor in this case was taken into custody by the Chillicothe Police Department and is currently pending felony charges. Ms. Shafer is a huge asset to this facility and her actions consistently demonstrate that she is a professional and a team player. The nomination states, We are very lucky to have someone with the care and compassion that Vicki shows while doing her job. It was indicated that on June 21, 2021 while assigned as an Office Support Assistant in the CCC Mailroom, Ms. Horton discovered a suspicious greeting card while processing incoming mail. Zachary Bendure, COI, transfer from WMCC 8/1/21, Michael Burchett, COI, transfer from WMCC 8/29/21, Ronald Wilson, COI, transfer from WMCC 8/29/21, Stephanie Nickell, IPO to Unit Supervisor 8/29/21. P. O. Varied packages of M&Ms with thank you notes attached were made available for clerical to take back to their desks, Dr. Ellen Sheridan, Dentist April 12, 2021, Rodney Buttz, COI, transfer from KCRC April 18, 2021, Shawn Pettigrew, CCM to AW (transfer to WMCC) April 19, 2021, Amy Parkhurst, CCM to AW April 19, 2021, Joyce Perry, 19 Hour OSA April 30. She is a huge asset to this facility and her actions consistently demonstrate she is a professional and a team player. Treatment Offenders were able to make monetary donations to both shelters which totaled $818. It was indicated that you also recently played a huge role in helping warehouse staff to establish and maintain a tracking system for mattresses and that in addition to assisting with inspecting the mattresses, you also assist in tracking both mattress issue and return. When you bring a small infant or child, one clear carry-all for infant supplies is allowed. The artist who created the "Transform Your Life" entry indicated that she painted this mural as a roadmap to transformation. The Wellness Committee hosted a blood drive for Red Cross on Wednesday, March 16, 2022.There were 29 presenters and 24 units were collected. You can also deposit cash into an inmates account via MoneyGram. Raechels actions greatly contributed to the smooth operations of the institution and her professionalism does not go unnoticed. Chillicothe Correctional Center November 2022 Big News Turkey/Ham Giveaway The Wellness Committee purchased 3 turkeys and 3 hams to be given away randomly to staff during the week of November 14-18, 2022. . She assisted in preparing paperwork, conducting room moves and performing intake checks, then she took the lead in processing early releases to general population to create space. CCM II Jerry Klever Kylee was nominated for this award her supervisor, Penney Clevenger, SOSA who recognized her constant professionalism and commitment to ensuring a safe environment for staff and offenders. CO I Gulley entered the area and was able to build trust with the offender, working patiently to effectively communicate with her, which resulted in the offender complying with directives. He is a great asset to Housing Unit #1, as well as the rest of the facility and should be commended for his duties., An awards assembly was held on August 30 in the Roll Call room for the following, It was indicated that recently while driving home from work, he came upon a truck that was on fire, with flames leaping out of the driver's side window. He was nominated by CO II John Morris and CO III Stephanie Eckert. The requirements for the entries were that they needed to be positive, uplifting, and colorful. He conducted himself in a professional manner which gained the offenders trust as well as compliance. Shafer, Michael Brown, Samuel Hathcock (Not present: Ricky Dorsey, Clay Fewins, Carl Howe, Brenda Ishmael, Douglas Jeffries, Charles Walton, James Woods) (15 year photo). RN Jason Asher utilized the AMBU bag to give rescue breaths. On September 8, 2021 while conducting his normal duties in Housing Unit #1, a situation arose near the end of the work day in the unit which required additional staff assistance as several staff were gone or already assisting with a separate situation in another location. CO I Gulleys quick thinking and professional interaction with this offender prevented force being utilized. The winners were both awarded a $20 prize. Pictured in the additional photo-volunteers running down Main Street in Chillicothe. Third row left to right: COI Tina Sturgeon, F&S Spec Dan Ellis, FUM Amy Gertz, AW Marla Felton, LPN Debi Ritter, HSA Sterling Ream, COI Kimberly Troxel. It was indicated that while he was working voluntary overtime at Tipton Correctional Center on September 11, 2022, he assisted in area searches in order to help reduce the workload of TCC staff. Topics discussed at these meetings included DAI agenda items, report of broken equipment at the back gate, and offender moves from HU4C. DOC Director Anne Precycthe and DAI Director Jeff Norman arrived at CCC on September 2, 2021 to award COI Rodney Buttz the Award of Valor. 2021, Jennifer Horton, OSA to Account Clerk July 1, 2021, Anna Fountain, CKII to COI July 11, 2021, Sharon Grant, CTE Supervisor July 31, 2021, Shona Simpson, IAC promoted to CCM at WMCC July 25, 2021. John and Philips actions greatly contribute to the safety and security of the Department of Corrections and their professionalism does not go unnoticed. Leftover soda was also given away to some lucky staff members. Warden McBee has conducted a presentation for CO I Fulk and recognized his efforts. With Ms.Sims taking the initiative to do these extra duties, we can go throughout our day knowing we can continue to have a clean work environment to come to every day. On Saturday, January 1, 2022, CO I Sanders and his wife were heading home from Kansas City during a snowstorm when he saw a white minivan that had slid off the slick road and was partially in the median. They used some of their donations to select staff members for a free giveaway. Mr. Gilgour is a huge asset to this facility and his actions consistently demonstrate that he is a professional and a team player. Warden McBee has conducted a presentation for Ms. Gulley and recognized her efforts. AC State Rep: N/A Western MO (men) WMCC - Cameron, Missouri AC Chair: Dave Fulton - fultonda@msn.com AC Vice Chair: Gary Porter - bodyman18@juno.com AC State Rep: Unknown Their guidance has steered this team in assisting to ensure the safe and secure operations of Chillicothe Correctional Center, as well as other facilities, by the removal of dangerous contraband, regaining and maintaining control of offender populations, and facilitating movement of offenders. An Awards Ceremony was held on Friday, December 17, 2021 at 2:00 p.m. in the CCC Roll Call Room to recognize staff indicated below. Statistics are intended for research/educational purposes only. Once the dogs have successfully completed the program, they are adopted through their original shelters. Ms. Gladbach is a huge asset to this facility and her actions consistently demonstrate that she is a professional and a team player. He has done all of this with a positive attitude, while also completing his own duties and responsibilities. Jeremys actions greatly contribute to the smooth operations of the institution and his professionalism does not go unnoticed. The nomination stated, CO II Reith leads by example by modeling a good work ethic, empathy, and a willingness to learn new ways. The CCC Wellness Committee sold BBQ hot dog lunches to staff members on all three shifts for $5.00. CO I Lybarger states, Seeing someone like CO I Nevin Curtis volunteer his time, his ear, and his good faith to help any individual in need, is a blessing to not only this institution, but all of his co-workers. CCM II John Huber and Institutional Training Officer Philip Bower were named the CCC Employees of the Month for January and February 2023. His quick and efficient actions when investigating issues have proven to enhance the safety of all staff and offenders at CCC. Julie Ulmer, Corizon Admin Asst 5/28/20, Nancy Shafer, promoted from Cook III to COI 5/31/20, Christinia Spainhour-George, Stk I 5/31/20. He also found tobacco during searches on the same day. His actions placed himself in danger due to the road conditions, but possibly prevented any further damage to the state vehicle or injury to the staff member. As a result of all staff efforts, a significant amount of dangerous contraband was successfully confiscated from this offender during asearch. Corrections Week for all staff was held during the week of September 12-16. Visiting hours at Chillicothe Correctional Center are on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays from 9:30 am 1:30 pm and 2:30 pm 6:30 pm. Monday there was free candy available in the lobby. Gift cards were drawn for by PBC on Monday. Her keen eye and observations contribute towards ensuring a safe and secure institution for both staff and the offender population. CO I Hannah Anderson was also presented with the CCC Warden's Challenge Coin for her actions in assisting in making appropriate notifications and helping to ensure housing unit operations ran smoothly during the incident. Notable inmates at Chillicothe Correctional Center include Gypsy Rose Blanchard. At CCC, over 330 offenders participated; impacting over 714 children. There were 30 registered donors, 4 first time donors and 29 units were collected. After discovering the mother was unable to pick up the child, another member of the group was to take the child to Kansas City. Employee of the Year/Service Awards Ceremony. Ms. Ireland is a huge asset to this facility and her actions consistently demonstrate she is a professional and a team player, Michaelle Lowery, Corizon, WSRU Coordinator May 3, 2021, Billie Richards, COI to CCM - May 17, 2021, Paula Murphy, OSA to MVE Supervisor II May 24, 2021, Christopher Carpenter, COI to Electronics Technician May 24, 2021, Tammy Dysart, Business Executive II May 31, 2021. My daughters were so excited to receive their gift. Ten staff members attended the meetings. Ashtons actions greatly contributed to the smooth operations of the institution and his professionalism does not go unnoticed. if(typeof ez_ad_units!='undefined'){ez_ad_units.push([[580,400],'prisoninsight_com-medrectangle-3','ezslot_3',137,'0','0'])};__ez_fad_position('div-gpt-ad-prisoninsight_com-medrectangle-3-0'); The offenders must earn the right to purchase the premium and most desirable options on the tablet through good behavior. Physical Address: Chillicothe Correctional Center 3151 Litton Road Chillicothe, MO 64601 Telephone: (660)-646-4032 Inmate Mailing Address: Inmate Name, ID Number Chillicothe Correctional Center 3151 Litton Road Chillicothe, MO 64601 Search for a Facility He has been actively involved in removing contraband from the institution. Staff members were given a. personal wellness card upon registration and took their card to receive screenings at various stations including hearing, vision, blood pressure, blood glucose, and vein screening. Vicki Price, Senior Office Support Assistant was named the April 2021 Employee of the Month. named the CCC Employee of the Month for July 2022. Since all angel tree tags were taken and filled by staff, TCW members took the money they had set back to fill any unclaimed tags and bought twelve gifts and did a Twelve Days of Christmas, drawing one staff members name each day for a gift. The nomination for Major Savage indicated that when he learned the accident had occurred a few miles from his home, he immediately reported to the scene and notified authorities that he was trained in the Incident Command System. Upon receiving notification of the situation, Mr. Christopher halted his normal duties and responded. He observed a man running around the vehicle and appeared to be chasing a partially clothed female. These efforts resulted in the recovery of illegal substances and the visitor was taken into custody by the police department. Savage and Passig also assisted in removing fencing in order to allow the first responders to safely remove the victims from the scene and transport them to a nearby hospital. Karissa Trentham, MH Clerk March 23, 2021, Marla Felton, AW to DWO (transferred to WMCC) March 12, 2021, Derek Rardon, CCMII to Functional Unit Manager March 21, 2021, Kyle Bagley, COI to COII March 28, 2021, Chelsea Scott, COI to COII March 28, 2021, Shenea Gardner, COI to COII March 28, 2021, Laura Major, CKII to CKIII March 28, 2021, April 1 Morale Committee Free Dress Down day, April 15 Wellness Committee Dress Down day, April 21 Morale Committee Dress Down day. CO I Fulk and other CCC staff who volunteered to work overtime at TCC on September 10-11, 2022, completed the remaining searches and UAs required for the institution for the month of September. Captain Shafer immediately called *55 to notify Law Enforcement. 6 staff members attended the meetings. The CCC PBC put on an awesome Christmas Week! The following town hall meetings were held in August: CO I Mandy Estes has recovered a substantial amount of dangerous contraband while conducting her daily duties. He then managed to extinguish the fire from the truck, utilizing two fire extinguishers and bottled water, prior to the fire department arriving. They stated repeatedly, Mommy you got us a gift, you got us a gift! Chaplain Murphy stated that it is evident that Angel Tree makes a positive impact on offenders and their children during the holiday season. It was indicated that on February 24, 2021 while processing mail, Ms. Ireland found a white substance inside a greeting card, which was identified as methamphetamine. The following statistics on this prison are taken from state and federal prison surveys conducted by the Bureau of Justice Statistics. It is with pride that I nominate her for this award and a very big thank you as your. June Town Halls were held June 30, 2021 from 6:00-7:00am, 8:00-9:00am and 3:00-4:00pm. An ambulance was called to the institution and once MES arrived, RN Chavarria continued the aid, all the way to the ambulance and the rest of the way to the Emergency Room at Hedrick Medical Center before she was relieved of aid. Over 100 staff members attended, and prizes were drawn for each individual booth. CCM II Mark Parkhurst Records list all. Buttz was assigned to hospital duty last fall, guarding an offender receiving medical treatment. Pictured (L to R) Linda Shafer, Carla Meyers, Kylee Ireland, Emily Asher, April Wolf, JD Shafer, David Gilgour. tkII Ray LaFountain Pictures of Chillicothe Correctional Center, Careers at Chillicothe Correctional Center. The second event involved a staff member who had a cardiac event at work.