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Belinda D. Stewart

Communications and Outreach Director

Washington Real Estate Commission

HQ Phone:  (360) 902-9000

Email: b***@***.gov

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Washington Real Estate Commission

1300 Quince St SE Eastside Plaza Bldg 4, 2Nd Floor

Olympia, Washington,98504

United States

Company Description

The Washington Traffic Safety Commission (WTSC) is the state's designated highway safety office. We share a vision with numerous other state and local public agencies to reduce traffic fatalities and serious injuries to zero by 2030. ...more

Background Information

Employment History

Superintendent

Washington Correction Center for Women


Communications Director

DOC


Superintendent

Cedar Creek Corrections Center


Superintendent

McNeil


Assistant Superintendent

Department of Corrections


Affiliations

Justice

Advisor and Consultant


Gig Harbor Web Design

Board Member


Education

Bachelor's Degree

Sociology

Oklahoma State University


Web References(40 Total References)


Institute for Prison Ministries | Advisory Board

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Belinda Stewart
Washington Department of Corrections Communications and Outreach Director bdstewart@DOC1.wa.gov


Project 2000 XX - Schedule of Events - CPOF.org

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Presenters: Ms. Belinda Stewart, Communications and Outreach Director, Washington Department of Corrections; and Ms. Lenora Hudson, Deputy Warden, John Lilley Correctional Center, Oklahoma Department of Corrections.


Welcome to NABCJ - National Association of Blacks in Criminal Justice - Contact Us

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Belinda D. StewartNorthwest Region RepresentativeLacey, WA bdstewart@doc1.wa.gov Belinda D. Stewart Lacey, WA bdstewart@doc1.wa.gov


CFJ - Who We Are

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Belinda D. Stewart Belinda StewartAdvisor/Consultant Belinda D. Stewart graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in Sociology / Corrections from Oklahoma State University.She was with the Oklahoma Department of Corrections from 1981 until 1992, where she was Assistant Superintendent at two different Community Corrections Centers.Belinda came to Washington in 1992 as Superintendent of Cedar Creek Corrections Center in Littlerock, Washington, was Superintendent at McNeil Island Corrections Center from 1994 - 1999, and is currently Superintendent of the Washington Corrections Center for Women.In addition to her current responsibilities, Belinda is chair of the Statewide Employee Recognition Committee and previously chaired the Statewide Diversity Committee.She is one of the founders of the newly reconstituted Washington Chapter of the National Association of Blacks in Criminal Justice (NABCJ), active in the American Correctional Association (ACA), Washington Correctional Association (WCA), and Western Correctional Association (WECA), and a recipient of the 1999 Governor's Distinguished Leadership Management Award.Belinda was the driving force behind the annual Department of Corrections (DOC) Women in Criminal Justice Conference.She saw an opportunity to assist in the personal and professional development of women, so she worked with a committed team to create the first women's conference in 1996.This annual event proved of value to women, but more importantly to people, and now welcomes both men and women.The conference has grown from 60 to over 300 participants.Belinda provides ongoing leadership and strategic planning for this event.In 2000, the conference committee selected her as the Outstanding Woman of the Year.Previously, Belinda's career largely focused on incarcerated males; however, her instincts led her to pursue a better understanding of the correctional programming differences for female offenders.This initiated Belinda's journey to becoming a nationally recognized voice in female corrections.One of the first "truths" she discovered is "when you incarcerate a woman, you incarcerate a family".Through observation, research, subject matter experts, and a pioneering spirit, Belinda developed and enhanced nationally recognized programs centered on strengthening the family unit.She recognizes that increasing the focus on the children of incarcerated parents is key to reducing the prison population, because these children are at highest risk to become offenders themselves.Belinda strongly believes that creating stronger women equals better mothers and strengthens the family unit, in spite of incarceration.


July « 2010 « Lewis County Sirens.com

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Cole is currently the superintendent at the women's prison at Purdy and previously served as an associate superintendent at McNeil Island Corrections Center, according to Belinda Stewart, a spokesperson for DOC.
"He has been in corrections for a long time, he came up through the custody ranks," Stewart said. DOC plans to construct a what it calls a new male reception center, in part because Washington Corrections Center in Shelton was never built for that purpose, which is currently serves, according to Stewart. A decision hasn't yet been made about where it will go. "We want it on the I-5 corridor," Stewart said.


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