TDCJ’s Offender Grievance Program

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“Does Sex Offender Treatment Work?”

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Although sex offender treatment is an established clinical specialty, evidence regarding its effectiveness has been slow to accumulate. One ongoing treatment outcome study, California’s Sex offender Treatment and Evaluation Project (SOTEP), is used to highlight several problems that are inherent in this type of research, and to illustrate that even well-designed studies make only a limited contribution to our empirical database on treatment effectiveness. SOTEP findings are also used to show that the broad question, “Does sex offender treatment work?” needs to be broken down into a number of more specific and useful questions. Given the diversity of clients and programs in this field, outcome data are from a wide range of treatment programs that vary in approach, setting, intensity, and types of offenders treated. Program managers and clinicians are urged to evaluate the impact of their services in order to contribute to our knowledge base on treatment effectiveness.

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Our organization has a very strict administrative ( “Zero Tolerance” ) policy towards abuse of offenders. we do not tolerate hostile officials or officers/employees in the Dept. of Corrections in any state in the United States” we are very aggressive, but professional, we meet with Directors of these institutions when we are able, we primarily contact these officials such as wardens, and the chain of command and file a complaint against the said defendant or respondant who have violated the offenders federal protected constitutional protections, we are constantly evolving, we take training from the federal government, military & or civilian intelligence organizations.We initiate local,state & federal lawsuits, file informal & formal complaints against these Directors, Wardens, Majors, Captains, Sgts. or anyone in the line of fire, we obtain, collect dissiminate information/intelligence on Gang Activity (security threat groups) & Domestic Terrorism, we initiate transfers to secure locations if individuals have been assaulted, raped &/or filed a life endangerment’s.We assist in protecting former gang leaders and members. We contact institutional managers/directors, case workers, legislation and civilian organizations across the U.S. for a redress of complaints/grievances.We file legal memorandum’s, that are filed with the complaintant(s) file, We request the respondant to attempt to resolve the issues at hand, additionally we attempt to resolve every issue at every avenue possible, before a complaint is filed with the federal courts, we request remarks to be placed in the individuals file. We initiate mediation & Arbitration. Note; The Founder of NCOC is a former offender/rape survivor who was raped by a HIGH RANKING OFFICIAL (LT.) Mr. Jimmy Ferguson & his staff take webinars given by Just Detention International and NCOC staff consult with the Office of Justice Programs,U.S. Dept. of Justice,(Special Litigation Section/Civil Rights Division) U.S. Dept. of Defense (Domestic Terrorism Division) & is involved in collecting, obtaining Gang Intelligence Reports. Contact: (Jimmy Ferguson)Journalist & Producer at KPFT 90.1, 419 Lovett Blvd, Houston,Texas 77006 or Tel. 409-356-4148 Note: Associated w/Law Enforcement. If you have any information regarding abuse of a loved one incarcerated please do not hesitate to contact us OFFICE HRS 10:am-6:pm, Monday – Friday All Complaints must include [1]who, what,when,where,how and why [2](must be legible) Handwritten or typed [3] All complaints or information that concerns life endangerments will be processed within 24 hrs. and will be filed to the appropriate authority in a timely manner. We have a facebook,Tweeter, Google accounts & a Website “Warning” NCOC IS ASSOCITED WITH FEDERAL LAW ENFORCMENT. ANY INTENTIONALLY MISLEADING, FALSIFIED STATEMENTS WILL BE PROSECUTED TO THE FULLEST EXTENT OF THE LAW Jim W. Ferguson II Founder/Executive Director

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Texas Department of Criminal Justice


Brad Livingston

Executive Director

August 19, 2015

INQ. #2-0518-77

Jimmy Ferguson


RE:      Sonny Wilson – 684871

TDCJ Polunsky Unit

Dear Mr. Ferguson:

This letter is in response to your inquiry to this office dated August 6, 2015, regarding Offender Sonny Wilson. You claim retaliation by unit staff who are allegedly tampering with and holding his mail. You also mention medical/medication issues.

An investigation revealed Offender Wilson’s mail is being processed within the timeframes and guidelines in accordance with the Uniform Offender Correspondence Rules. There were no findings of retaliation by staff or mishandling of Offender Wilson’s mail.

As it is more suitable for health-related issues to be addressed by the Health Services Division, a copy of your letter has been forwarded to the Office of Professional Standards, TDCJ Health Services Division, at P. O. Box 99 in Huntsville, Texas  77342,, (936) 437-4271. That office will review the medical issues pertaining to Offender Wilson, obtain the necessary release of information consent from him, and respond to you directly upon completion of their inquiry.

Thank you for sharing your concerns with this office.


Rosie Norman, Ombudsman I

TDCJ Office of Ombudsman

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The Public Awareness – Corrections Today (PACT), a free public information conference presented by the Texas Department of Criminal Justice (TDCJ), is scheduled for Saturday, October 3, 2015, from 8:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m.  Please access the following link for additional information:  http://tdcj4avwebtst/announcements/announce_PACT_conference_2015.html