Coxsackie Correctional Facility pays tribute to veterans in a ceremony.
Wende Hub Kick-Off meeting with Special Olympian Jacob Landis (kneeling).
Staff from Bedford Hills, Taconic, and Downstate prisons along with those from Central Office attend the first ever Adopt-A-Prison event sponsored by the Town of Bedford.
Community Supervision staff hold its Parole Friends & Family event in Elmira.
DOCCS had a booth at the 2019 State Fair showcasing its history and programs, as well as its Corcraft, Health Services, Community Supervision, Emergency Response, and Recruitment units.
"Hour Children" and volunteers donated backpacks for children of the women at Bedford Hills Correctional Facility.
Acting Executive Deputy Commissioner Daniel F. Martuscello III receives the New York Corrections and Youth Services Association's Rutherford B. Hayes Founder's Award.
The New York State Minorities in Criminal Justice hosted its 33rd Annual symposium, Reforms in Criminal Justice: Thinking Outside the Box, in Albany.
DOCCS received the EO88 Award for Most Comprehensive Energy Exchange Program at the New York Power Authority's Customer Clean Energy Exchange event.
DOCCS' celebrated Annual Hispanic Heritage Month recognizing the many contributions Hispanic Americans have made to our nation's history with keynote speaker Commissioner's Hearing Officer Robert Barbosa.
New York State Initiatives
The Governor of New York has the power to grant clemency in the form of reprieves, commutations, and pardons.
Governor Cuomo offers executive pardons to New Yorkers convicted of non-violent crimes at ages 16 and 17 if they have been crime-free for 10 years.