Public Interest

Protecting the Public Through Reduced Recidivism

It has been proven that offenders who do not reoffend make for safer communities. By utilizing evidence based practices in our supervision methods we can better prepare our offenders to reenter the community in a productive meaningful away.

We approach this in several ways

  • Staff training
  • Offender education
  • Offender programming
  • Work opportunities

Volunteers are an important part of our efforts. Volunteers can assist with religious programming, self-help groups and education.

  1. Interested in becoming a volunteer?
  2. Volunteer Information
  3. Volunteer Application

Volunteer applications can be returned to the Associate Warden of Treatment at P.O. Box 316 Fort Madison, IA 52627.