BCSO officers salute at military funeral as procession passes enroute to Bourne National Cemetery, next to correctional facility. The first dozen photos you have just perused are of our ACA-accredited correctional facility. Sheriff's Office (Deputy Wiseman) recognized for Community Service Work by Department of Army. Distinguished Service Award winner Roger Allen, who took over education and human services for the Sheriff’s Office during fiscal year, has done a superb with it. Ralph Swenson, the Sheriff’s radio tech supervisor, holds door to mobile truck for Lt. Senior Instructor Brace makes his point unequivocally, while flanked here by Special Sheriff Perry on one side and Old Glory and academy director Shaun Cahill on the other. Barnstable County Sheriff's inmates have been busy constructing a handicapped-access beach ramp on Loop Beach in Cotuit.
Inmate Timothy O'Neill takes his turn with the jackhammer while another stands by to relieve him.


If you look carefully, upper left of photo, you'll see exactly what the jackhammer is chiseling away. Concludes the sheriff: "We have success getting some inmates on the right track when they leave us, but the complete transition may take longer.
Ciampa also won a lifesaver award for helping resuscitate an inmate who suffered a severe heart attack. Chip Lindberg, Deputy Michael Huse, Captain [unit commander that day] Christopher Eorekian,  Criminal Investigator Jason Arthurs, Lt. In the meantime, two other inmates are in the sand, literally, making sure everything is plumb.
They are also echoed by Bryan Lauzon, the DPW's structure and grounds division chief in Cotuit. The inmate labor savings came to about $8,900, a figure based on a formula called the Independent Sector Value of Volunteer Labor.
Sheriff Jim Cummings, who's been dispatching the crews since assuming office more than 16 years ago, notes the program is good for the town and non-profit recipients -- and good for the inmates as well.


Its seven beds are for individuals with traumatic head injuries, who as a result of that require help navigating many of life's basics tasks a€“ the kind often taken for granted. This job would have cost about $6,000, according to Mark Adams, facilities director and construction supervisor for the non-profit agency. They're not simply shelters." Sheriff Jim Cummings, who dispatches crews like this throughout Barnstable County, is on that same page when it comes to rehabilitating former inmates, who represent a small minority of Champ residents.
Had it gone out to bid, the labor-portion of the estimate would have likely topped $10,000. Instead, using inmate labor and Shepley Wood material purchased at what Adams says was "a steep discount," Champ managed to get it done for about half that amount.



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