NEWTON — The Keogh Dwyer Correctional Facility was found by the State of New Jersey Department of Corrections, to be 100 percent compliant with the requirements of New Jersey County Correctional Facilities, Sheriff Michael Strada racently announced
The Keogh Dwyer Correctional Facility has a long standing history of impeccable compliance as required by the “Manual of Standards for New Jersey Adult County Correctional Facilities”. As a result of this inspection, 625 standards were met such as security and control, Inmate Work Program, and training and staff development. The inspection process occurs annually over the course of a three-day period.
“I am proud of the men and women who work in our Correctional Facility," Strada said. "It is clear that their hard work and professionalism has paid off as we continue to receive high marks and praise from the State Department of Corrections”.
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