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Belinda D. Stewart

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July « 2010 « Lewis County Sirens.com

www.lewiscountysirens.com [cached]

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.


www.thenewstribune.com

The state Department of Corrections is investigating whether an administrator Belinda Stewart broke ethics laws by devoting state time and employees to her work on behalf of nonprofit groups.
At least five nonprofits led or co-led by Belinda Stewart reported in records filed with the state that they share their official address with DOC Tumwater headquarters. An ethics complaint by state Sen. Mike Carrell, R-Lakewood, alleges Stewart, DOC's communications and outreach director, essentially ran those and other groups from her office, using state computers, vehicles and employees who worked for her. His is one of three ethics complaints filed against Stewart with the Executive Ethics Board that has the power to fine state workers. One group led by Stewart, the Association of Women in Criminal Justice, probably has "dozens" of members in the Corrections Department, Vail said. But the family withdrew its permission and created its own scholarship fund under Griswold's name, Stewart wrote on the website in February. "There has been a lot of information disseminated about the integrity of the association that is simply not true," wrote Stewart, who didn't return a phone message at her office Thursday afternoon. Vail and Stewart, its president, entered into a "memorandum of understanding" in March, allowing employees with the group to make infrequent use of DOC facilities and computers. Agreements like the one DOC signed with the group were also signed with the state chapter of the National Association of Blacks in Criminal Justice, for which Stewart is the registered agent, and another nonprofit that's not part of the probe, the Washington Correctional Association. Carrell sees "a concerted effort by Ms. Stewart to 'grandfather in' her private business activities to try to make them appropriate within DOC policies, many years after much of the unethical behavior took place," he said in his complaint. Stewart has led at least three prisons, including McNeil Island Corrections Center. Ethics board staff will consider DOC's report to the board, which is likely to decide on whether Stewart violated the law at its September meeting, executive director Melanie de Leon said.


seattletimes.nwsource.com

"It was the talk of the people on the boat," said Belinda Stewart, the prison's former superintendent and now the DOC's communications and outreach director.
"A retreat center, a place for weddings, a place to make movies," she said, ticking off suggestions for the island where she once lived in employee housing. "There's too much history there.


www.easterneronline.com

"We had good fortune of having an EWU summer intern, and based on our relationship with him, we chose Eastern," DOC Communications Director Belinda Stewart said.
The decision to go with EWU turned out to be the correct one for the DOC, as they have received positive feedback about the logo from both staff and the community. "You can't believe how satisfied we are with the logo and Web site," said Stewart. "To me, [the logo] represents bridges, the first part of that bridge being the community and the smaller part being an offender," said Stewart. "There were so many things that spoke to us, even the colors." To see the logo and Web site, go to www.doc.wa.gov. "I've been here for 17 years and this is something I'm most proud of. We love it," Stewart said.


www.columbian.com

Recipients will be honored May 19 at the Girl Scouts Center in Dupont, said Belinda Stewart, communications director for the DOC.


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