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ORGANIZATIONAL

ALASKA -- Alaska Department of Corrections-Central Procurement Office

ARIZONA -- Salt River Department of Corrections

CONNECTICUT -- Community Partners in Action

MARYLAND -- St. Mary's County Detention Center

NEW JERSEY -- New Jersey State Parole Board

NEW YORK -- Family Justice Inc.

NORTH CAROLINA -- North Carolina DOC-Division of Alcoholism and Chemical Dependency Programs

OHIO -- North Coast Correctional Treatment Facility, Summit County Sheriff's Office

OREGON -- Children's Justice Alliance

TEXAS -- Marks Plumbing Parts, U.S. Immigration-El Paso

NIGERIA -- Prison Reform and Rehabilitation Foundation

SUPPORTING PATRON

CALIFORNIA -- Norchem Corp.

COLORADO -- Square I

FLORIDA -- Gallagher Security Management Systems

KENTUCKY -- CANTEEN Correctional Services/The Compass Group, Coin Phone Management Co.

NEW JERSEY -- Corrections LE Products Division

PENNSYLVANIA -- Kane Manufacturing Corp.

TEXAS -- Asset Protection & Security Services LP, Devco Industries, Heritage Health Solutions

EXECUTIVE GOLD

FLORIDA -- Frank Hillhouse

INDIANA -- Gary Myers

KANSAS -- David Holloway

LOUISIANA -- Ray DeLeon

MAINE -- Violet Hanson

MICHIGAN -- William McLaurine

MISSISSIPPI -- Dennis Gregory

NEW JERSEY -- Robert Drumm, Victor Greene

NEW MEXICO -- Richard Matuszczak

NEW YORK -- James Walsh

NORTH CAROLINA -- Evelyn Compton, Donna Miller

OHIO -- Andrea Cooke, Yoande Smith, Gary Stanley, Frank Veres, Zach Veres

TEXAS -- Mickey Neel, Joseph Penn

VIRGINIA -- Kelly King, Barry Matt

WYOMING -- Richard Patterson

TRINIDAD -- Michael Aboud

PROFESSIONAL II

ALABAMA -- William Carson, C.R. Eddings, Gary Garnette, Jennifer Kilburn, William McAnally, Chester McClinton, Jim Roberson

ARIZONA -- Darryl Gillespie, James McNulty

CALIFORNIA -- Angel Fundora, Craig Haney, Orry Nottingham, Miki Ross-Elster, Paul Terlecky

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA -- Neelum Arya

FLORIDA -- Cesar Sierra

INDIANA -- Ryan Tomlinson

MASSACHUSETTS -- Anne Rello

MICHIGAN -- Timothy Eklin

NEW JERSEY -- Michael Crockrell, Caitlin Mottet, Steve Olsen

NEW MEXICO -- Sam Duran, Pamela Riley

NEW YORK -- Charles Moehs, Craig Trippany

NORTH CAROLINA -- Margart Austin

OHIO -- Alice Ault

PENNSYLVANIA -- William Dietz Jr.

TENNESSEE -- Jake Bliek, Rich Ellis

TEXAS -- Alma Grijalva, Larry Meade, Rebecca Tamez

UTAH -- Bruce Bayley

VIRGINIA -- Ebony Beaver, Frank Cayer, Kevin James, Shernita Kenner, Michael Nester, Aysan Sanchez, Tammy Warren

WASHINGTON -- David Jansen, Anthony Shaver

PROFESSIONAL I

ALABAMA -- Jeanne Brock, Lynette Fahie, Malcom Marsh Jr., Rashada Walker

ALASKA -- Kirsten Wild

ARKANSAS -- Kay Howell, Lynnette Jack, Mary Kallenbach

ARIZONA -- Darin Burns, Bonita French, Dawn Kordas, Terry Lemley, Jason Macri, Jerry Newhouse, Elizabeth Presson, Patryce Samuel, Gordon Tunstall

CALIFORNIA -- Mansour Aliabadi, Bill Bashore, Janice Bennett, Larry Bogovich, Janet Burrow, Ralph Casem, Michael Chvojka, George Dyckes, John Graifemberg, Mike Gunthrie, Jan Guy, Steve Haidet, Harry Hallenbeck LaDonna Harris, Chris Horvath, Dave Kirn, George Leighton, Kevin Lowe, Doris Mangrum, Geoffrey Marmas, Patrick Mangrum, Geoffrey Marmas, Patrick McCullam, Terri McDonald, Lisa Millar, Brian Nelson, Lisa Ouellette, Michael Paschenko, Jan Petrides, Michele Pierce, Susan Reiner, Ben Sabati, Douglas Snell, Betty Snyder, Kelly Spencer, Tracey St. Julien, Kathleen Stroup, Art Timm, Sheila Watkins, Domenic Zigant

COLORADO -- Denise Balazic, Erin Bullock, Heidi Howell, Janice Jones, Colton LaRoche, Ava Mallary, Gina McCall, Robert McMahan, Robert Sprecher, Joe Strommel, Charles Wardin

CONNECTICUT -- Michael Lewis, Wanda White-Lewis

DELAWARE -- Maria Angel, Lesma Jones

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA -- Yvonne Anthony, Thomas Beauclair, Anthony Diallo, Keith Godwin, Mark Ihedinma, Sheila Marr, William Scism

FLORIDA -- Vincent Abato, John Battle III, Thomas Britton, Murray Brooks, Joanne Caracciolo, Delani Davis, Sharon Gavin, Angela Goehring, Rose Green, Michael Hoover, Chuck Hoppe, Richard Iske, James Johnstone, Madia Lightbourn, Rick Lubbehusen, Michael Martin, Royce Mitchell, E. …

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