Indian Creek Forklift Team

VCE Plants 038/039 at Indian Creek Correctional Center Helps Combat Recidivism

VCE Plant 038/039 at ICCC certified the six inmate workers in the photo (to the right) with forklift certifications. Plant Foreman, Michael Krum, is a certified forklift trainer. VCE inmate workers, in good standing, are offered the opportunity to train and become certified forklift operators. These inmates are within 60 days of release, and were excited to receive the certification, which will increase their employability as they reintegrate into society.

Plant 038/039 at ICCC operates four industries, Janitorial, Ink & Toner, Ink & Toner Rebuild, and Drug Testing Kits. The plant employs 25 to 30 inmate workers who gain experience in shipping and receiving, picking and packing, and manufacturing. They also have the opportunity to develop soft skills, such as working with others, effective communication, and problem solving. The staff at Plant 038/039 go the extra mile to provide inmate workers the opportunity to obtain skills that will support their successful transition into the community. I would like to thank my staff, Plant Foreman Michael Krum, Plant Foreman Christana Jenkins, and Production Technician Reginald Brown. We are proud to support the VADOC vision for reentry. Reentry is our business.

In Photo: INMATES RECEIVED LICENSES (l to r) Howard T., Frank F., Kenneth M., Michael Krum (Plant Foreman), Charles Chalmers (Plant Manager), Robert H., Pedro D., LaRon B.-P. (not pictured)


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