Wednesday, August 31, 2016

Class #333


Currently class #333 has 36 cadets going through the Training Academy who are working hard to become Probation/Parole and Correctional Officer’s.

What they are trying to do isn’t easy. Every day our PPO’s and CO’s go to work in what can be dangerous and hostile environments. They have to constantly stay on their toes and think quickly.  These types of things contribute the vacancy rate.

 Our vacancy rates at each of the facilities are as followed:

 PNM-25%

CNMCF-29%

SNMCF-8%

WNMCF-46%

SCC- 49%

RCC- 45%

Due to these vacancies our rookies will go into a job that requires mandatory overtime.  They know the challenges of the job and still they are committed. Good luck to the cadets as they continue on their journey.
Please take some time to thank the PPO’s and CO’s around you for being committed to the public safety of New Mexico.

Wednesday, August 24, 2016

New Mexico Corrections Department Job Fair



With the closing of Cibola County Correctional Center in Milan, New Mexico, the New Mexico Corrections Department hopes to hire many of the staff who are without jobs.

NMCD is hosting a job fair in Grants at the National Guard Armory Thursday and Friday from 9-4.  We will have many of our divisions there and we will be hiring Correctional Officers, Probation and Parole Officers, Administrative positions, Food Service, and Medical staff.

Date: August 25th & 26th

Time: 9:00am-4:00pm

Location: Grants, NM National Guard Armory
2001 E Santa Fe Ave, Grants, NM 87020










NMCD is excited to offer this opportunity to join our family of correctional professionals. This event is a rapid hire process so we are hopeful that people can come in the morning and leave with a guaranteed job by the afternoon.
If interested please bring the following documents:
  • Birth certificate
  • Valid driver’s license
  • High school diploma
  • Social security card

 



Friday, August 19, 2016

Donation to Wounded Warrior Project


The Clovis Probation/Parole office donated 22 boxes worth of hygiene and clothing items to the Wounded Warrior Project.  It was approximately $700.00 worth of donations. Officials from the Clovis American Legion gathered the items and will submit them for donation.
 All of the Clovis officers took the time to collect all of these items. This is just another example of the Ethics and Dedication our Probation/Parole officers show on a daily basis. Not only are they making their communities safer, they are actively making them better.
Thank you to the Clovis team for going above and beyond to help your community!