23 August NCI Hosts Monthly Restored Citizens Network Meeting August 23, 2017 By ODRC Institutions, Noble Correctional Institution (NCI) NCI, Restored Citizens Network, Director Mohr, Director Plouck, Muskingum 0 Noble Correctional Institution recently hosted the monthly meeting of the Restored Citizens Network (RCN) of Muskingum County. RCN is a reentry coalition comprised of members from community agencies and correctional professionals who work together to assist returning citizens. The group meets monthly in an effort to reduce duplication and increase communication while strengthening the support given to those they serve. An invitation was extended to local reentry coalitions and representatives from Athens, Coshocton, Franklin, Guernsey, Licking, Noble and Tuscarawas counties were in attendance with many sharing details on their programming efforts. Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction (ODRC) Director Gary Mohr and Ohio Mental Health and Addiction Services (OMAS) Director Tracy Plouck also took part in the meeting and lent their support and encouragement to the group. Connections were made with many service providers throughout Southeastern Ohio and will be continued to carry out the ODRC mission to “reduce recidivism among those we touch”. Related NERC Hosts NE Regional Leadership Meeting NE Region Hosts Joint Volunteer Recognition Meeting AOCI VVA Hosts Buckeye State Council Meeting TCI Hosts Local Support Agency Meeting DRC Inmate Citrix Network Project The Citrix platform was recommended by the Department of Administrative Services (DAS) to meet the State of Ohio OIT security standards. The Department of Rehabilitation and Correction (DRC) endorsed this enterprise project by purchasing the thin clients, servers and security peripherals recommended by DAS. The Bureau of Information and Technology Services (BITS) partnered with the Ohio Central School System (OCSS) to secure applications, expand programming and reduce risk statewide. Public Meeting on Special Education Funding Comments are closed.