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BCF Distributes Hampers During Correctional Services Employees’ Month

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Bordelais Correctional Facility (BCF) employees, comprising officers and civilians, distributed several hampers to sick and shut-in individuals in Dennery, Mon Repos, Desruisseaux, and Laborie.

The hamper distribution occurred during the just-ended Correctional Services Employees’ Month in May.

“We wanted to be a bit more impactful in the community. Therefore, Officers, along with a few corporate sponsors, aided by donating items that we were able to deliver to 6 homes,” a BCF release explained.

BCF staff also visited schools in Ciceron, Dennery, and Vieux Fort in May to read to students.

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Activities to mark Services Employees’ Month started on May 8 with a church service at the BCF.

The facility officially opened in January 2003.

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  1. Good gesture however, in the spirit of “inmate rehabilitation” it would be nice to extend such courtesies to the children in those families which are falling apart because of the incarceration of their fathers. Punishing criminals for their offenses is quite in order but we need to find a way to protect the related children from the adverse effects that incarcerating their father can have on them …


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