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Deanne E. Benos

Assistant Director

Illinois Department of Corrections

HQ Phone:  (217) 558-2200

Direct Phone: (312) ***-****direct phone

Email: d***@***.us

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Illinois Department of Corrections

1301 Concordia Ct

Springfield, Illinois,62702

United States

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Eight Forty-Eight | News & Views | Safer Foundation

www.saferfoundation.org [cached]

As Illinois releases 1,000 non-violent offenders back into society, we talk with the Safer Foundation 's Diane Williams and Illinois Department of Corrections assistant director Deanne Benos about how re-entry works in Illinois and what resources are available to former inmates.


davidmillerillinois.com

Deanne Benos, Illinois Department of Corrections (2008)


Eight Forty-Eight | News & Views | Safer Foundation

www.saferfoundation.org [cached]

As Illinois releases 1,000 non-violent offenders back into society, we talk with the Safer Foundation's Diane Williams and Illinois Department of Corrections assistant director Deanne Benos about how re-entry works in Illinois and what resources are available to former inmates.


www.pantagraph.com

Deanne Benos, assistant director of the Illinois Department of Corrections, said the programs are important for both the inmates and to society.
"These programs are meaningful and important, as it is an issue with public safety as 95 percent of the people in the system will go back home," she said.


www.enewspf.com

The Adult Advisory Board meets quarterly and consists of 13 members, including Director Randle and IDOC Assistant Director Deanne Benos.


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