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Celebrate National Correctional Officer’s Week

The first week of May is dedicated in honoring the men and women that serve in corrections each and every day, striving to keep the community safe. President Ronald Reagan declared May 5, 1984 as the first-ever National Correctional Officers Week.

In honor of this national week, Greene Publishing, Inc. would like to thank the correctional officers at the Madison County Sheriff's Office and the Madison Correctional Institute (MCI) for all that they do. MCI has a total of 273 hard-working, dedicated state employees that help keep both the community and institution safe. The Madison County Sheriff's Office has 28 employees within the corrections department.

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