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Oregon Department of Corrections 2011 Annual Awards
2011 Awards Recipients
2011 Awards Recipients
More than 100 staff members, contractors, volunteers and citizen supporters of the Oregon Department of Corrections (DOC) were honored for their outstanding work on behalf of the department last week. Many of those recognized across the state, were presented an award during National Correctional Employees Week, May 1 through 7.  
 
“The people who work for, and volunteer with, DOC make this organization great,” said DOC Director Max Williams. “Their efforts ensure that our prisons are safe, clean and well-operated facilities; they work in a sometimes hostile environment to make sure Oregon residents can make their homes and lives in a sense of personal security.”
 
Most importantly, according to Williams, DOC staff members continue to strive for positive organizational change, and to improve Oregon offenders’ ability to successfully reenter society once they leave the prison system, in spite of the difficult economic times the department has faced during the last several years.
 
Individuals and teams were honored with the following department-wide, division and institution awards:
 
Director’s Award
Humanitarian Award
Meritorious Service Award
DOC Correctional Officer of the Year Award
Institution Correctional Officers of the Year
DOC Employee of the Year Award
Division Employees of the Year
DOC Manager of the Year Award
Division Managers of the Year
Oregon Corrections Enterprises Employee of the Year
Outstanding Functional Unit Award
Outstanding Service Award
Sustainability Award
Community Corrections Outstanding Service Award
Contractor of the Year Award
Outstanding Citizen Award
Outstanding Volunteer Award
Lifesaving Awards
Years of Service Awards (20 years, 25 years, 30 years & 35 years)
 
“Our staff is our most valuable organizational asset. The dedication and professionalism of these individuals, and all of our staff members, is what makes our department one to be proud of,” Williams said. “Every person honored this year is a valued part of our team, people I am very proud to work with.”
 
DOC employs 4,500 staff members at 14 institutions and several centralized support facilities throughout the state of Oregon.
 
 
Department Wide Annual Award Winners
 
Department Wide Years of Service
 
Annual Awards Definitions