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Flickr Corizon congratulates newest Rikers Island CCHPs - Exam
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The Rikers Island (NY) Corizon team knows that obtaining a certification from the National Commission of Correctional Health Care (NCCHC) demonstrates commitment to ensuring quality healthcare delivery in their facilities, as well as identifying them as professional leaders in the complex and ever changing field of correctional healthcare. Please join us in congratulating this new group of Certified Correctional Healthcare Professionals.


To learn more about our correctional healthcare services and job opportunities visit our website at www.corizonhealth.com

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The Rikers Island (NY) Corizon team knows that obtaining a certification from the National Commission of Correctional Health Care (NCCHC) demonstrates commitment to ensuring quality healthcare delivery in their facilities, as well as identifying them as professional leaders in the complex and ever changing field of correctional healthcare. Please join us in congratulating this new group of Certified Correctional Healthcare Professionals.


To learn more about our correctional healthcare services and job opportunities visit our website at www.corizonhealth.com

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Flickr Rikers Island Jail
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Rikers Island jail run by New York City Department of Corrections - © 2013 David Oppenheimer - Performance Impressions Photography Archives - www.performanceimpressions.com
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Flickr Rikers Island Jail
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Flickr Rikers Island Rose M. Singer nursery featured in New York Daily News
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The Rose M. Singer nursery at Rikers Island (NY) was recently featured on New York Daily News. The piece highlighted the Lullaby Project, which allows inmate mothers with newborns, or who are expecting, to write songs for their children. A DOC commissioner said the program is “for a group of women who have made some bad choices and have had difficulties in their lives,” and that “any support we can give them to be successful...is a good thing.”

The program began last fall, and is the latest opportunity for female inmates to bond with their newborns. Babies are allowed to stay with their mothers in the nursery for up to a year.

Thus far, seven moms have participated in the lullaby writing for their newborns, even working with professional musicians to help with melodies and lyrics. Once complete, the songs were taken into a studio and professionally recorded! The women participating in the program were able to listen to the final cuts, and Emeline Michel, who recorded the songs, performed the lullabies as part of a concert at Rikers. One mom said that her lyrics are a promise to her children - one she hopes to fulfill. “Know that from now on, I will be the best Mommy I could possibly be,” she wrote. So far this year, seven babies have been born at the Rose M. Singer nursery.

To learn more about our correctional healthcare services and job opportunities visit our website at www.corizonhealth.com

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Flickr Rikers Island Rose M. Singer nursery featured in New York Daily News
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The Rose M. Singer nursery at Rikers Island (NY) was recently featured on New York Daily News. The piece highlighted the Lullaby Project, which allows inmate mothers with newborns, or who are expecting, to write songs for their children. A DOC commissioner said the program is “for a group of women who have made some bad choices and have had difficulties in their lives,” and that “any support we can give them to be successful...is a good thing.”

The program began last fall, and is the latest opportunity for female inmates to bond with their newborns. Babies are allowed to stay with their mothers in the nursery for up to a year.

Thus far, seven moms have participated in the lullaby writing for their newborns, even working with professional musicians to help with melodies and lyrics. Once complete, the songs were taken into a studio and professionally recorded! The women participating in the program were able to listen to the final cuts, and Emeline Michel, who recorded the songs, performed the lullabies as part of a concert at Rikers. One mom said that her lyrics are a promise to her children - one she hopes to fulfill. “Know that from now on, I will be the best Mommy I could possibly be,” she wrote. So far this year, seven babies have been born at the Rose M. Singer nursery.

To learn more about our correctional healthcare services and job opportunities visit our website at www.corizonhealth.com

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Flickr Rikers Island Rose M. Singer nursery featured in New York Daily News
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The Rose M. Singer nursery at Rikers Island (NY) was recently featured on New York Daily News. The piece highlighted the Lullaby Project, which allows inmate mothers with newborns, or who are expecting, to write songs for their children. A DOC commissioner said the program is “for a group of women who have made some bad choices and have had difficulties in their lives,” and that “any support we can give them to be successful...is a good thing.”

The program began last fall, and is the latest opportunity for female inmates to bond with their newborns. Babies are allowed to stay with their mothers in the nursery for up to a year.

Thus far, seven moms have participated in the lullaby writing for their newborns, even working with professional musicians to help with melodies and lyrics. Once complete, the songs were taken into a studio and professionally recorded! The women participating in the program were able to listen to the final cuts, and Emeline Michel, who recorded the songs, performed the lullabies as part of a concert at Rikers. One mom said that her lyrics are a promise to her children - one she hopes to fulfill. “Know that from now on, I will be the best Mommy I could possibly be,” she wrote. So far this year, seven babies have been born at the Rose M. Singer nursery.

To learn more about our correctional healthcare services and job opportunities visit our website at www.corizonhealth.com

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Flickr Rikers Island and LaGuardia Airport Aerial Photo
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Rikers Island and LaGuardia Airport aerial photo in New York City - © 2014 David Oppenheimer - Performance Impressions Photography Archives - www.performanceimpressions.com
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Hi, my name is Noel, and I have a confession to make…I escaped from Rikers Island!

I was born at the West Facility (a Corizon partner) as a member of the Island’s feral cat colony (domesticated species living wild) sometime in late November 2012.

Life on the Island is difficult, and one has to compete for food and a safe place to sleep. It can get really cold and lonely, even with other cats around. Small ones, like me, don’t get first choice. The officers and staff are kind enough to put food out for us, but eating off the ground can lead to complications such as stones that are attached to the food.

On December 21, 2012, I decided that it was way too rough here for me and I needed to make a break for it. I crawled under the car of Corizon Sr. VP Don Doherty and made my way into the undercarriage. Little did I know that I would be going on a wild ride (at high speeds) from New York to New Jersey—I think he has taken too many high performance driving lessons. I held on sooo tight that I split my nails; what’s a girl to do?

The next day, Saturday, I was cold, hungry and lonely, so I started to cry. Mr. Doherty, who crawled under the car with a flashlight to try and find me, heard my cries. I became frightened when I saw the light and then a big hand reaching for me. I used the path created by the light to escape; I ran and hid in the bushes near the car. Some time after he left I returned to the car and crawled inside again, it was what I thought a safe haven. I was still cold and hungry, and I began to cry again.

On Sunday, my cries were heard by Mr. Doherty’s daughter, Devin, whom I later found out is a veterinarian. She opened the hood of the car and with movements that can only be rivaled by a cat, reached in and scuffed me before I could move. She was kind to me; she petted me and fed me—I immediately liked her and rewarded her with lots of purrs. She took me inside and checked me over to be sure I didn’t have any visible injuries. Dr. Devin’s mom, Sharon, set up a huge crate with water, food, a litter box and lots of soft, warm blankets.

On Christmas Eve, Dr. Devin took me to her clinic and gave me a thorough physical, blood tests and a bath. I was declared healthy except for one little problem—my tea bag sized stomach was full of STONES!

Despite Dr. Devin’s many efforts to get me to pass the stones, I was unable to do so. Unfortunately, some of them were the size of a dime. With no other options available, I was rushed into emergency surgery on New Year’s Eve. After a two-hour surgery, Dr. Devin removed a fist full of stones from my little stomach and closed me. The operation was a success and I went home with Dr. Devin where I received intensive care from her and her family. It’s been two months since I escaped from Rikers Island and one month since my drastic surgery. I’m really a lucky girl! I’m completely healthy and growing lots. I spend my days playing with all the toys and the other cats; they’ve been really kind to me. I now live indoors only, have my own bed and lots to eat. I love my new mommy Dr. Devin; she’s been so good to me.

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Hi, my name is Noel, and I have a confession to make…I escaped from Rikers Island!

I was born at the West Facility (a Corizon partner) as a member of the Island’s feral cat colony (domesticated species living wild) sometime in late November 2012.

Life on the Island is difficult, and one has to compete for food and a safe place to sleep. It can get really cold and lonely, even with other cats around. Small ones, like me, don’t get first choice. The officers and staff are kind enough to put food out for us, but eating off the ground can lead to complications such as stones that are attached to the food.

On December 21, 2012, I decided that it was way too rough here for me and I needed to make a break for it. I crawled under the car of Corizon Sr. VP Don Doherty and made my way into the undercarriage. Little did I know that I would be going on a wild ride (at high speeds) from New York to New Jersey—I think he has taken too many high performance driving lessons. I held on sooo tight that I split my nails; what’s a girl to do?

The next day, Saturday, I was cold, hungry and lonely, so I started to cry. Mr. Doherty, who crawled under the car with a flashlight to try and find me, heard my cries. I became frightened when I saw the light and then a big hand reaching for me. I used the path created by the light to escape; I ran and hid in the bushes near the car. Some time after he left I returned to the car and crawled inside again, it was what I thought a safe haven. I was still cold and hungry, and I began to cry again.

On Sunday, my cries were heard by Mr. Doherty’s daughter, Devin, whom I later found out is a veterinarian. She opened the hood of the car and with movements that can only be rivaled by a cat, reached in and scuffed me before I could move. She was kind to me; she petted me and fed me—I immediately liked her and rewarded her with lots of purrs. She took me inside and checked me over to be sure I didn’t have any visible injuries. Dr. Devin’s mom, Sharon, set up a huge crate with water, food, a litter box and lots of soft, warm blankets.

On Christmas Eve, Dr. Devin took me to her clinic and gave me a thorough physical, blood tests and a bath. I was declared healthy except for one little problem—my tea bag sized stomach was full of STONES!

Despite Dr. Devin’s many efforts to get me to pass the stones, I was unable to do so. Unfortunately, some of them were the size of a dime. With no other options available, I was rushed into emergency surgery on New Year’s Eve. After a two-hour surgery, Dr. Devin removed a fist full of stones from my little stomach and closed me. The operation was a success and I went home with Dr. Devin where I received intensive care from her and her family. It’s been two months since I escaped from Rikers Island and one month since my drastic surgery. I’m really a lucky girl! I’m completely healthy and growing lots. I spend my days playing with all the toys and the other cats; they’ve been really kind to me. I now live indoors only, have my own bed and lots to eat. I love my new mommy Dr. Devin; she’s been so good to me.

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Hi, my name is Noel, and I have a confession to make…I escaped from Rikers Island!

I was born at the West Facility (a Corizon partner) as a member of the Island’s feral cat colony (domesticated species living wild) sometime in late November 2012.

Life on the Island is difficult, and one has to compete for food and a safe place to sleep. It can get really cold and lonely, even with other cats around. Small ones, like me, don’t get first choice. The officers and staff are kind enough to put food out for us, but eating off the ground can lead to complications such as stones that are attached to the food.

On December 21, 2012, I decided that it was way too rough here for me and I needed to make a break for it. I crawled under the car of Corizon Sr. VP Don Doherty and made my way into the undercarriage. Little did I know that I would be going on a wild ride (at high speeds) from New York to New Jersey—I think he has taken too many high performance driving lessons. I held on sooo tight that I split my nails; what’s a girl to do?

The next day, Saturday, I was cold, hungry and lonely, so I started to cry. Mr. Doherty, who crawled under the car with a flashlight to try and find me, heard my cries. I became frightened when I saw the light and then a big hand reaching for me. I used the path created by the light to escape; I ran and hid in the bushes near the car. Some time after he left I returned to the car and crawled inside again, it was what I thought a safe haven. I was still cold and hungry, and I began to cry again.

On Sunday, my cries were heard by Mr. Doherty’s daughter, Devin, whom I later found out is a veterinarian. She opened the hood of the car and with movements that can only be rivaled by a cat, reached in and scuffed me before I could move. She was kind to me; she petted me and fed me—I immediately liked her and rewarded her with lots of purrs. She took me inside and checked me over to be sure I didn’t have any visible injuries. Dr. Devin’s mom, Sharon, set up a huge crate with water, food, a litter box and lots of soft, warm blankets.

On Christmas Eve, Dr. Devin took me to her clinic and gave me a thorough physical, blood tests and a bath. I was declared healthy except for one little problem—my tea bag sized stomach was full of STONES!

Despite Dr. Devin’s many efforts to get me to pass the stones, I was unable to do so. Unfortunately, some of them were the size of a dime. With no other options available, I was rushed into emergency surgery on New Year’s Eve. After a two-hour surgery, Dr. Devin removed a fist full of stones from my little stomach and closed me. The operation was a success and I went home with Dr. Devin where I received intensive care from her and her family. It’s been two months since I escaped from Rikers Island and one month since my drastic surgery. I’m really a lucky girl! I’m completely healthy and growing lots. I spend my days playing with all the toys and the other cats; they’ve been really kind to me. I now live indoors only, have my own bed and lots to eat. I love my new mommy Dr. Devin; she’s been so good to me.

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Hi, my name is Noel, and I have a confession to make…I escaped from Rikers Island!

I was born at the West Facility (a Corizon partner) as a member of the Island’s feral cat colony (domesticated species living wild) sometime in late November 2012.

Life on the Island is difficult, and one has to compete for food and a safe place to sleep. It can get really cold and lonely, even with other cats around. Small ones, like me, don’t get first choice. The officers and staff are kind enough to put food out for us, but eating off the ground can lead to complications such as stones that are attached to the food.

On December 21, 2012, I decided that it was way too rough here for me and I needed to make a break for it. I crawled under the car of Corizon Sr. VP Don Doherty and made my way into the undercarriage. Little did I know that I would be going on a wild ride (at high speeds) from New York to New Jersey—I think he has taken too many high performance driving lessons. I held on sooo tight that I split my nails; what’s a girl to do?

The next day, Saturday, I was cold, hungry and lonely, so I started to cry. Mr. Doherty, who crawled under the car with a flashlight to try and find me, heard my cries. I became frightened when I saw the light and then a big hand reaching for me. I used the path created by the light to escape; I ran and hid in the bushes near the car. Some time after he left I returned to the car and crawled inside again, it was what I thought a safe haven. I was still cold and hungry, and I began to cry again.

On Sunday, my cries were heard by Mr. Doherty’s daughter, Devin, whom I later found out is a veterinarian. She opened the hood of the car and with movements that can only be rivaled by a cat, reached in and scuffed me before I could move. She was kind to me; she petted me and fed me—I immediately liked her and rewarded her with lots of purrs. She took me inside and checked me over to be sure I didn’t have any visible injuries. Dr. Devin’s mom, Sharon, set up a huge crate with water, food, a litter box and lots of soft, warm blankets.

On Christmas Eve, Dr. Devin took me to her clinic and gave me a thorough physical, blood tests and a bath. I was declared healthy except for one little problem—my tea bag sized stomach was full of STONES!

Despite Dr. Devin’s many efforts to get me to pass the stones, I was unable to do so. Unfortunately, some of them were the size of a dime. With no other options available, I was rushed into emergency surgery on New Year’s Eve. After a two-hour surgery, Dr. Devin removed a fist full of stones from my little stomach and closed me. The operation was a success and I went home with Dr. Devin where I received intensive care from her and her family. It’s been two months since I escaped from Rikers Island and one month since my drastic surgery. I’m really a lucky girl! I’m completely healthy and growing lots. I spend my days playing with all the toys and the other cats; they’ve been really kind to me. I now live indoors only, have my own bed and lots to eat. I love my new mommy Dr. Devin; she’s been so good to me.

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Flickr Rikers Island Jail
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Flickr Rikers Island Jail
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Rikers Island jail run by New York City Department of Corrections - © 2012 David Oppenheimer - Performance Impressions Photography Archives
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Flickr rikers island: prison-industrial complex
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a place better looked in on than out from... the largest penal colony on Earth, according to wikipedia...
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Flickr Corizon family in the Northeast battle Hurricane Sandy
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As everyone is aware, Hurricane Sandy crashed into the Northeastern states in late October, causing mass devastation. We’ve all seen the news stories of families affected by winds, floods and fire, but some of our own Corizon family has been affected as well. The next two pages share just a few of their stories.
NEW JERSEY
After Hurricane Sandy hit, all of the New Jersey sites were operating on generator power. Wardens worked with Corizon New Jersey leadership and the National Guard to have essential medical staff in each site, despite sporadic phone and cell service from down towers.

The Regional Office did sustain some damage, but medical services at the facilities never ceased. The Corizon New Jersey teams showed exemplary measures of true teamwork.

We would like to thank Gale Gargiulo, VPO, for the updates and are happy to say her family was evacuated and are okay!
NEW YORK
Rikers Island sites were prepared for, but unaffected by the storm. Employees conducted personal fundraising efforts to help those in need in Rockaway, Far Rockaway and Long Beach areas, where some Corizon employees lost everything.

Manhattan Detention Complex also operated on back-up generator service as Sandy hit NYC. Generators provided enough energy for light and heat, so on-duty staff were able to continue service. Many staff were sleeping on cots and working multiple shifts as others were stranded with no transportation to get to work. Even if they had transportation, gas shortages from no electricity to turn on pumps are affecting everyone, even watching some people run out of gas waiting in the gas lines.

Jane Lachner, VPO, has family in Rockaway and Breezy Point where her brother, mother and sister’s homes all had up to 9-feet of water in their basements. Everyone with cars lost them, and many still have no heat or electricity. Her cousin, a fireman in Breezy Point, also lost his home to a fire.

In an email from an organization called MoveOn they said, “People still don’t have power or water, basements are still flooded, gas shortages have made it hard to run generators, and temperatures are getting down into the 30s. MoveOn members who have volunteered have told us about finding families wet and shivering in the cold. It’s gotten so bad that Doctors Without Borders has set up their first-ever disaster relief effort in the US.”

Our continued thoughts and prayers are with everyone affected by this tragedy.

To find out more about our correctional services and job opportunities visit our website at www.corizonhealth.com

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Flickr Corizon family in the Northeast battle Hurricane Sandy
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As everyone is aware, Hurricane Sandy crashed into the Northeastern states in late October, causing mass devastation. We’ve all seen the news stories of families affected by winds, floods and fire, but some of our own Corizon family has been affected as well. The next two pages share just a few of their stories.
NEW JERSEY
After Hurricane Sandy hit, all of the New Jersey sites were operating on generator power. Wardens worked with Corizon New Jersey leadership and the National Guard to have essential medical staff in each site, despite sporadic phone and cell service from down towers.

The Regional Office did sustain some damage, but medical services at the facilities never ceased. The Corizon New Jersey teams showed exemplary measures of true teamwork.

We would like to thank Gale Gargiulo, VPO, for the updates and are happy to say her family was evacuated and are okay!
NEW YORK
Rikers Island sites were prepared for, but unaffected by the storm. Employees conducted personal fundraising efforts to help those in need in Rockaway, Far Rockaway and Long Beach areas, where some Corizon employees lost everything.

Manhattan Detention Complex also operated on back-up generator service as Sandy hit NYC. Generators provided enough energy for light and heat, so on-duty staff were able to continue service. Many staff were sleeping on cots and working multiple shifts as others were stranded with no transportation to get to work. Even if they had transportation, gas shortages from no electricity to turn on pumps are affecting everyone, even watching some people run out of gas waiting in the gas lines.

Jane Lachner, VPO, has family in Rockaway and Breezy Point where her brother, mother and sister’s homes all had up to 9-feet of water in their basements. Everyone with cars lost them, and many still have no heat or electricity. Her cousin, a fireman in Breezy Point, also lost his home to a fire.

In an email from an organization called MoveOn they said, “People still don’t have power or water, basements are still flooded, gas shortages have made it hard to run generators, and temperatures are getting down into the 30s. MoveOn members who have volunteered have told us about finding families wet and shivering in the cold. It’s gotten so bad that Doctors Without Borders has set up their first-ever disaster relief effort in the US.”

Our continued thoughts and prayers are with everyone affected by this tragedy.

To find out more about our correctional services and job opportunities visit our website at www.corizonhealth.com

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Flickr Corizon family in the Northeast battle Hurricane Sandy
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As everyone is aware, Hurricane Sandy crashed into the Northeastern states in late October, causing mass devastation. We’ve all seen the news stories of families affected by winds, floods and fire, but some of our own Corizon family has been affected as well. The next two pages share just a few of their stories.
NEW JERSEY
After Hurricane Sandy hit, all of the New Jersey sites were operating on generator power. Wardens worked with Corizon New Jersey leadership and the National Guard to have essential medical staff in each site, despite sporadic phone and cell service from down towers.

The Regional Office did sustain some damage, but medical services at the facilities never ceased. The Corizon New Jersey teams showed exemplary measures of true teamwork.

We would like to thank Gale Gargiulo, VPO, for the updates and are happy to say her family was evacuated and are okay!
NEW YORK
Rikers Island sites were prepared for, but unaffected by the storm. Employees conducted personal fundraising efforts to help those in need in Rockaway, Far Rockaway and Long Beach areas, where some Corizon employees lost everything.

Manhattan Detention Complex also operated on back-up generator service as Sandy hit NYC. Generators provided enough energy for light and heat, so on-duty staff were able to continue service. Many staff were sleeping on cots and working multiple shifts as others were stranded with no transportation to get to work. Even if they had transportation, gas shortages from no electricity to turn on pumps are affecting everyone, even watching some people run out of gas waiting in the gas lines.

Jane Lachner, VPO, has family in Rockaway and Breezy Point where her brother, mother and sister’s homes all had up to 9-feet of water in their basements. Everyone with cars lost them, and many still have no heat or electricity. Her cousin, a fireman in Breezy Point, also lost his home to a fire.

In an email from an organization called MoveOn they said, “People still don’t have power or water, basements are still flooded, gas shortages have made it hard to run generators, and temperatures are getting down into the 30s. MoveOn members who have volunteered have told us about finding families wet and shivering in the cold. It’s gotten so bad that Doctors Without Borders has set up their first-ever disaster relief effort in the US.”

Our continued thoughts and prayers are with everyone affected by this tragedy.

To find out more about our correctional services and job opportunities visit our website at www.corizonhealth.com

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Flickr Corizon family in the Northeast battle Hurricane Sandy
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As everyone is aware, Hurricane Sandy crashed into the Northeastern states in late October, causing mass devastation. We’ve all seen the news stories of families affected by winds, floods and fire, but some of our own Corizon family has been affected as well. The next two pages share just a few of their stories.
NEW JERSEY
After Hurricane Sandy hit, all of the New Jersey sites were operating on generator power. Wardens worked with Corizon New Jersey leadership and the National Guard to have essential medical staff in each site, despite sporadic phone and cell service from down towers.

The Regional Office did sustain some damage, but medical services at the facilities never ceased. The Corizon New Jersey teams showed exemplary measures of true teamwork.

We would like to thank Gale Gargiulo, VPO, for the updates and are happy to say her family was evacuated and are okay!
NEW YORK
Rikers Island sites were prepared for, but unaffected by the storm. Employees conducted personal fundraising efforts to help those in need in Rockaway, Far Rockaway and Long Beach areas, where some Corizon employees lost everything.

Manhattan Detention Complex also operated on back-up generator service as Sandy hit NYC. Generators provided enough energy for light and heat, so on-duty staff were able to continue service. Many staff were sleeping on cots and working multiple shifts as others were stranded with no transportation to get to work. Even if they had transportation, gas shortages from no electricity to turn on pumps are affecting everyone, even watching some people run out of gas waiting in the gas lines.

Jane Lachner, VPO, has family in Rockaway and Breezy Point where her brother, mother and sister’s homes all had up to 9-feet of water in their basements. Everyone with cars lost them, and many still have no heat or electricity. Her cousin, a fireman in Breezy Point, also lost his home to a fire.

In an email from an organization called MoveOn they said, “People still don’t have power or water, basements are still flooded, gas shortages have made it hard to run generators, and temperatures are getting down into the 30s. MoveOn members who have volunteered have told us about finding families wet and shivering in the cold. It’s gotten so bad that Doctors Without Borders has set up their first-ever disaster relief effort in the US.”

Our continued thoughts and prayers are with everyone affected by this tragedy.

To find out more about our correctional services and job opportunities visit our website at www.corizonhealth.com

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Flickr December 2012
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Visit to the folks.
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Flickr December 2012
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Visit to the folks.
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Flickr Rikers Island Jail
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Rikers Island jail run by New York City Department of Corrections - © 2012 David Oppenheimer - Performance Impressions Photography Archives
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Flickr Rikers Island Jail
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Rikers Island jail run by New York City Department of Corrections - © 2012 David Oppenheimer - Performance Impressions Photography Archives
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Flickr Rikers Island Jail
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Rikers Island jail run by New York City Department of Corrections - © 2012 David Oppenheimer - Performance Impressions Photography Archives
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Flickr Rikers Island - Prison NY
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© 2012 ImagesByMadeline
Purchase any of my photographs at www.ImagesByMadeline.com

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Flickr
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Christopher Robinson, 18 years old, beaten to death in a wing of the Robert N. Davoren Center.

Rikers Island Prizon
"The Program"
"The Team"

Drawing and painting on paper.

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Flickr
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Christopher Robinson, 18 years old, beaten to death in a wing of the Robert N. Davoren Center.

Rikers Island Prizon
"The Program"
"The Team"

Drawing and painting on paper.

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Flickr
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Christopher Robinson, 18 years old, beaten to death in a wing of the Robert N. Davoren Center.

Rikers Island Prizon
"The Program"
"The Team"

Drawing and painting on paper.

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Flickr Riker's Island Salt Spreader
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photo date: 17 August 2011. ~10am EST. photo by Fire Department of New York twitter.com/#!/FDNYnews

"Garbage truck dangling two-stories high from sanitation garage at 58-35 52 Rd/59 St in Queens. "
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one of two salt spreaders owned by the Department of Corrections for use on Riker's Island, it was being serviced at a Department of Sanitation garage in Maspeth, Queens.

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Flickr going to Rikers.
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photo date: 19 March 2008.
New York City Department of Corrections prison bus. International 3800 bus chassis.

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Flickr Shorter of breath and one day closer to death
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Beekman St - Theater Alley - New York City

www.youtube.com/watch?v=MYiahoYfPGk

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Flickr RIKERS ISLAND
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Flickr LaGuardia and Rikers
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I think you get some sort of view like this on just about every flight out of LaGuardia. Riker's Island is a dominant landmark and houses a large prison complex.
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Flickr Lil Wayne, Best Rapper Alive
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Lil Wayne gives fans ten points of thanks at the end of his performance. He said wanted to tell the crowd ten things, and counted off the thank-yous on his fingers.

For all the rapper bravado and absent sense of modesty, Lil Wayne showed the audience an incredible display of appreciation at the end of his show.

/Welcome Back Weezy

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Flickr 400-9-0118721
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Unveiling and dedication ceremonies of a mural by Faith Ringgold, January 18, 1972, New York City Correctional Institution for Women, Rikers Island, NY by The Department of Correction and The Creative Artists Public Service Program.
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Flickr 400-8-0118721
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Unveiling and dedication ceremonies of a mural by Faith Ringgold, January 18, 1972, New York City Correctional Institution for Women, Rikers Island, NY by The Department of Correction and The Creative Artists Public Service Program.
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Flickr 400-7-0118721
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Unveiling and dedication ceremonies of a mural by Faith Ringgold, January 18, 1972, New York City Correctional Institution for Women, Rikers Island, NY by The Department of Correction and The Creative Artists Public Service Program.
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Flickr 400-6-0118721
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Unveiling and dedication ceremonies of a mural by Faith Ringgold, January 18, 1972, New York City Correctional Institution for Women, Rikers Island, NY by The Department of Correction and The Creative Artists Public Service Program.
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Flickr 400-5-0118721
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Unveiling and dedication ceremonies of a mural by Faith Ringgold, January 18, 1972, New York City Correctional Institution for Women, Rikers Island, NY by The Department of Correction and The Creative Artists Public Service Program.
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Flickr 400-4-0118721
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Unveiling and dedication ceremonies of a mural by Faith Ringgold, January 18, 1972, New York City Correctional Institution for Women, Rikers Island, NY by The Department of Correction and The Creative Artists Public Service Program.
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Flickr 400-37-0118721
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Unveiling and dedication ceremonies of a mural by Faith Ringgold, January 18, 1972, New York City Correctional Institution for Women, Rikers Island, NY by The Department of Correction and The Creative Artists Public Service Program.
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Flickr 400-36-0118721
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Unveiling and dedication ceremonies of a mural by Faith Ringgold, January 18, 1972, New York City Correctional Institution for Women, Rikers Island, NY by The Department of Correction and The Creative Artists Public Service Program.
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Flickr 400-35-0118721
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Unveiling and dedication ceremonies of a mural by Faith Ringgold, January 18, 1972, New York City Correctional Institution for Women, Rikers Island, NY by The Department of Correction and The Creative Artists Public Service Program.
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Flickr 400-34-0118721
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Unveiling and dedication ceremonies of a mural by Faith Ringgold, January 18, 1972, New York City Correctional Institution for Women, Rikers Island, NY by The Department of Correction and The Creative Artists Public Service Program.
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Flickr 400-33-0118721
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Unveiling and dedication ceremonies of a mural by Faith Ringgold, January 18, 1972, New York City Correctional Institution for Women, Rikers Island, NY by The Department of Correction and The Creative Artists Public Service Program.
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Flickr 400-31-0118721
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Unveiling and dedication ceremonies of a mural by Faith Ringgold, January 18, 1972, New York City Correctional Institution for Women, Rikers Island, NY by The Department of Correction and The Creative Artists Public Service Program.
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Flickr 400-30-0118721
Tags: rikersisland   faithringgold   newyorkcitycorrectionalinstitutionforwomen   thedepartmentofcorrection   
Unveiling and dedication ceremonies of a mural by Faith Ringgold, January 18, 1972, New York City Correctional Institution for Women, Rikers Island, NY by The Department of Correction and The Creative Artists Public Service Program.
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Flickr 400-3-0118721
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Unveiling and dedication ceremonies of a mural by Faith Ringgold, January 18, 1972, New York City Correctional Institution for Women, Rikers Island, NY by The Department of Correction and The Creative Artists Public Service Program.
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Flickr 400-29-0118721
Tags: rikersisland   faithringgold   newyorkcitycorrectionalinstitutionforwomen   thedepartmentofcorrection   
Unveiling and dedication ceremonies of a mural by Faith Ringgold, January 18, 1972, New York City Correctional Institution for Women, Rikers Island, NY by The Department of Correction and The Creative Artists Public Service Program.
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Flickr 400-28-0118721
Tags: rikersisland   faithringgold   newyorkcitycorrectionalinstitutionforwomen   thedepartmentofcorrection   
Unveiling and dedication ceremonies of a mural by Faith Ringgold, January 18, 1972, New York City Correctional Institution for Women, Rikers Island, NY by The Department of Correction and The Creative Artists Public Service Program.
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Flickr 400-27-0118721
Tags: rikersisland   faithringgold   newyorkcitycorrectionalinstitutionforwomen   thedepartmentofcorrection   
Unveiling and dedication ceremonies of a mural by Faith Ringgold, January 18, 1972, New York City Correctional Institution for Women, Rikers Island, NY by The Department of Correction and The Creative Artists Public Service Program.
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Flickr 400-25-0118721
Tags: rikersisland   faithringgold   newyorkcitycorrectionalinstitutionforwomen   thedepartmentofcorrection   
Unveiling and dedication ceremonies of a mural by Faith Ringgold, January 18, 1972, New York City Correctional Institution for Women, Rikers Island, NY by The Department of Correction and The Creative Artists Public Service Program.
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Flickr 400-24-0118721
Tags: rikersisland   faithringgold   newyorkcitycorrectionalinstitutionforwomen   thedepartmentofcorrection   
Unveiling and dedication ceremonies of a mural by Faith Ringgold, January 18, 1972, New York City Correctional Institution for Women, Rikers Island, NY by The Department of Correction and The Creative Artists Public Service Program.
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Flickr 400-23-0118721
Tags: rikersisland   faithringgold   newyorkcitycorrectionalinstitutionforwomen   thedepartmentofcorrection   
Unveiling and dedication ceremonies of a mural by Faith Ringgold, January 18, 1972, New York City Correctional Institution for Women, Rikers Island, NY by The Department of Correction and The Creative Artists Public Service Program.
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Flickr 400-22-0118721
Tags: rikersisland   faithringgold   newyorkcitycorrectionalinstitutionforwomen   thedepartmentofcorrection   
Unveiling and dedication ceremonies of a mural by Faith Ringgold, January 18, 1972, New York City Correctional Institution for Women, Rikers Island, NY by The Department of Correction and The Creative Artists Public Service Program.
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Flickr 400-21-0118721
Tags: rikersisland   faithringgold   newyorkcitycorrectionalinstitutionforwomen   thedepartmentofcorrection   
Unveiling and dedication ceremonies of a mural by Faith Ringgold, January 18, 1972, New York City Correctional Institution for Women, Rikers Island, NY by The Department of Correction and The Creative Artists Public Service Program.
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Flickr 400-20-0118721
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Unveiling and dedication ceremonies of a mural by Faith Ringgold, January 18, 1972, New York City Correctional Institution for Women, Rikers Island, NY by The Department of Correction and The Creative Artists Public Service Program.
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Flickr 400-2-0118721
Tags: rikersisland   faithringgold   newyorkcitycorrectionalinstitutionforwomen   thedepartmentofcorrection   
Unveiling and dedication ceremonies of a mural by Faith Ringgold, January 18, 1972, New York City Correctional Institution for Women, Rikers Island, NY by The Department of Correction and The Creative Artists Public Service Program.
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Flickr 400-17-0118721
Tags: rikersisland   faithringgold   newyorkcitycorrectionalinstitutionforwomen   thedepartmentofcorrection   
Unveiling and dedication ceremonies of a mural by Faith Ringgold, January 18, 1972, New York City Correctional Institution for Women, Rikers Island, NY by The Department of Correction and The Creative Artists Public Service Program.
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Flickr 400-16-0118721
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Unveiling and dedication ceremonies of a mural by Faith Ringgold, January 18, 1972, New York City Correctional Institution for Women, Rikers Island, NY by The Department of Correction and The Creative Artists Public Service Program.
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Flickr 400-15-0118721
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Unveiling and dedication ceremonies of a mural by Faith Ringgold, January 18, 1972, New York City Correctional Institution for Women, Rikers Island, NY by The Department of Correction and The Creative Artists Public Service Program.
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Flickr 400-14-0118721
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Unveiling and dedication ceremonies of a mural by Faith Ringgold, January 18, 1972, New York City Correctional Institution for Women, Rikers Island, NY by The Department of Correction and The Creative Artists Public Service Program.
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Flickr 400-13-0118721
Tags: rikersisland   faithringgold   newyorkcitycorrectionalinstitutionforwomen   thedepartmentofcorrection   
Unveiling and dedication ceremonies of a mural by Faith Ringgold, January 18, 1972, New York City Correctional Institution for Women, Rikers Island, NY by The Department of Correction and The Creative Artists Public Service Program.
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Flickr 400-12-0118721
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Unveiling and dedication ceremonies of a mural by Faith Ringgold, January 18, 1972, New York City Correctional Institution for Women, Rikers Island, NY by The Department of Correction and The Creative Artists Public Service Program.
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Flickr 400-11-0118721
Tags: rikersisland   faithringgold   newyorkcitycorrectionalinstitutionforwomen   thedepartmentofcorrection   
Unveiling and dedication ceremonies of a mural by Faith Ringgold, January 18, 1972, New York City Correctional Institution for Women, Rikers Island, NY by The Department of Correction and The Creative Artists Public Service Program.
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Flickr 400-10-0118721
Tags: rikersisland   faithringgold   newyorkcitycorrectionalinstitutionforwomen   thedepartmentofcorrection   
Unveiling and dedication ceremonies of a mural by Faith Ringgold, January 18, 1972, New York City Correctional Institution for Women, Rikers Island, NY by The Department of Correction and The Creative Artists Public Service Program.
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Flickr 400-1-0118721
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Unveiling and dedication ceremonies of a mural by Faith Ringgold, January 18, 1972, New York City Correctional Institution for Women, Rikers Island, NY by The Department of Correction and The Creative Artists Public Service Program.
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Flickr The Bronx/Rikers Island/Bridges
Tags: bronx   rikersisland   
I was flying out of JFK, and took this picture, then I ran it through some filters. It's an interesting result.
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Flickr Rikers Island
Tags: newyork   inflight   sightseeing   prison   helicopter   top10   efs1785mmf456isusm   flushing   rikersisland   canon40d   

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Flickr Rikers Island Bridge
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this should go fast...
Recent Updated: 4 years ago - Created by malarchie - View

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Flickr rikers island 752
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Flickr Rikers Island
Tags: newyorkcity   grey   airport   rainyday   rikersisland   
seen from La Guardia Airport, NYC. At one area of the Island, the runway is literally only a few feet away!
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Flickr Welcome to Rikers Island
Tags: nyc   newyorkcity   people   signs   nycpb   queens   gothamist   steinway   rikersisland   atomische   
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Recent Updated: 4 years ago - Created by Atomische * Tom Giebel - View

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Flickr homeLESs
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www.youtube.com/watch?v=9zHJwiumm48
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Flickr Barge passing Rikers Island in the Bronx
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Flickr Department of Corrections: Graduation Day.
Tags: coba   rikersisland   correctionofficers   nycboldest   
Correcting the Corrections Departments possible collision of their precision parade march. Luckily Traffic Enforcement graduates were on hand to avert disaster.
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Flickr Rikers Island
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Recent Updated: 5 years ago - Created by MPIREphotog - View

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Flickr Booze Cruize 2008 (65)
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Rikers Island
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Flickr Booze Cruize 2008 (64)
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Rikers Island
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Flickr Booze Cruize 2008 (62)
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Rikers Island
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Flickr Booze Cruize 2008 (61)
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Rikers Island
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Flickr Rikers Island
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Flickr Welcome to Rikers Island
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www.newyorkshitty.com/?p=5282
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Flickr Rikers Island Bridge over Rikers Island Channel, East River, New York City
Tags: newyork   ny   nyc   city   bronx   eastriver   kayaking   river   rikersisland   rikers   island   correction   department   queens   institution   inmates   prison   gwb   bridge   bridges   crossing   puente   pont   brücke   ponte   channel   nycdot   dot   departmentoftransportation   bridgeidentificationnumber   bin   2240660   georgewashingtonbridge   suspension   othmarammann   panynj   portauthorityofnewyorkandnewjersey   gw   k172   waterway   k007   
Official Name: Francis R. Buono Memorial Bridge
Location: connects Rikers Island (The Bronx) to the Steinway neighborhood of Queens in New York City
Carry: 3 road lanes with a sidewalk
Type: Fixed low-level span using concrete and steel
Opened: 22 November 1966
Average daily traffic volumes (2008): 16,000
Note: Before this bridge was built, access to Rikers Island was by ferry only

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Flickr Rikers Island Bridge over Rikers Island Channel, East River, New York City
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Official Name: Francis R. Buono Memorial Bridge
Location: connects Rikers Island (The Bronx) to the Steinway neighborhood of Queens in New York City
Carry: 3 road lanes with a sidewalk
Type: Fixed low-level span using concrete and steel
Opened: 22 November 1966
Average daily traffic volumes (2008): 16,000
Note: Before this bridge was built, access to Rikers Island was by ferry only

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Flickr NYC
Tags: nyc   bronx   manhattan   queens   outthewindow   rikersisland   soundview   huntspoint   

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Flickr Police Boat
Tags: newyorkcity   boat   police   queens   rikersisland   collegepoint   flushingbay   ltfedericonarvaez   
with Rikers Island in the background
Recent Updated: 6 years ago - Created by KaDeWeGirl - View

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Flickr Rikers Island
Tags: nyc   canon20d   thebronx   rikersisland   markknj   markvkrajnak   twodetectives   
The concluding scenes of Two Detectives takes place in Rikers Island prison. After all that happens in the story this is the natural ending.

From my perspective...this is about as close as I care to get to Riker's Island. This was an interesting shot. I took it at about 11 a.m. but had to make it look "noir-like." Also, since the the play takes place in 1999, I had to PS out the name of Mayor Bloomberg, and the current NY Govenor from the top of the sign.

Love the name of the street: Avenue Of the Boldest, meaing the corrections officers that work there. It says that at the bottom of the sign which I had to crop out.

True dat, though, true dat. Give those men and women all the credit in the world.

Recent Updated: 6 years ago - Created by Mark ~ JerseyStyle Photography - View

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Flickr La Guardia Night in Red
Tags: longexposure   wallpaper   usa   newyork   abstract   queens   laguardia   tracers   rikersisland   eej   computeraltered   konomark   fealnsscp   fealscp   
A nighttime photo of lights of La Guardia Airport and Rikers Island, taken with long-exposure and camera movement, then computer-altered.

This photo is konomarked ("Most Rights Sharable").

If you'd like to use this photo for free (without a licensing fee), just ask me. I'm generally willing to share.

konomark - Most rights sharable. <a href="http://www.konomark.org"

Recent Updated: 6 years ago - Created by Eric E Johnson - View

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Flickr Rikers Island, NYC
Tags: nyc   newyorkcity   guesswherenyc   nycguessed   digitalrebel   eos300d   rikersisland   kadawegirlguessed   
Looking west from MacNeil Park in College Point, Queens
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Flickr walking to see the bridge to Riker Island
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Recent Updated: 6 years ago - Created by stokrotka49 - View

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Flickr since we were near the Riker Island...
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Flickr ZEK The Prisoner
Tags: alcatraz   solitary   corrections   felony   leadbelly   workhouse   gulag   confinement   rikersisland   prisonindustrialcomplex   lockdown   supermax   criminalrecord   jsinb4   
One Day In The Life Of Ivan Denisovich
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Flickr Rikers
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Flickr North Brother Island
Tags: newyork   bronx   aerial   eastriver   rikersisland   rikers   brotherisland   
Aerial view of North Brother Island in the East River in the Bronx, New York City. Rikers Island can be seen in the upper right corner.

Date of Original: 12-23-1957

Source: New York State Archives, Aerial photographic prints and negatives of New York State sites, 1941-1957, B1598-99.

For More Information: New York State Archives Digital Collections

Recent Updated: 56 years ago - Created by New York State Archives - View

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