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Correctional Solutions Group, LLC believes in the dignity of the person and the need for society to have alternatives for those who step outside of our lawful boundaries.

Our mission as a Team has always been to provide governmental agencies with efficient, cost-effective methods of housing, rehabilitating and transitioning offenders while maintaining respect for the offender and providing a rewarding experience for our employees.



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Memorial Day

Flags flown at half-mast until noon and a moment of silence at 3:00pm is a small gesture to show our adoration for the service men and women that paid the ultimate sacrifice fighting for our country’s freedom. We owe you a debt we could never repay. You may be gone, but you will never be forgotten.

Employee Milestones & Achievements!!

Thomas Reye

Thomas Reye

CCJ Employee of the year for 2021

5 Year Anniversary

5 Year Anniversary

Celebrating 5 years of employment at ETC. From left to right: Robert Castillo, Carina Saenz, Juana Chevaili, and Juan Cruz

Juan Cruz

Juan Cruz

Army Veteran, 21+ years in a correctional setting, Hired on as the Facility Director and now Regional Director. Juan continues to exceed in all aspects, audits, ACA accreditation and with his guidance ETC will continue to flourish.

Carina Saenz

Carina Saenz

Hired at ETC in 2016 as a Security Monitor, her leadership skills and knowledge of policies and procedures have earned her the position she holds today as a Case Manager. Ms. Saenz goes the extra mile for her residents and continues to excel in every aspect. We thank her for the continued support and outstanding performance.

Robert Castillo

Robert Castillo

5 year anniversary at ETC. Army Veteran, Hired back in 2016 as a Security Monitor, then as a Shift Supervisor and now a Case Manager, we thank him for his service to his country, dedication to his profession and his overall work ethic: He is a key to our success and overall day to day operations.

Juana Chevaili

Juana Chevaili

Hired in 2016 as a cook, Mrs. Chevaili learned and made strides in our kitchen, now as Kitchen Supervisor her hard work and dedication have improved our day to day operations. From custom diets to general population diets, Mrs. Chevaili has proven to go above and beyond for the staff and residents. We are eternally grateful for her time and dedication to ETC.


Wichita Transitional Center

Opened: December 18, 2020

Facility Contact Information:

701 East 21st Street N.

 Wichita, KS 67214

Facility Phone Number:

(316) 867-2344


June 1st, 2020 marks the 4 year anniversary between CSG and ETC! It has been a wonderful 4 years, and we look forward to many more. Words can't describe our appreciation for the staff there, and all that they do on a daily basis!

Columbiana County COVID-19 update 4-13-20      Precautions help keep jail virus-free

LISBON — While the federal prison in Elkton is having its problems stopping the spread of the COVID-19 virus, the Columbiana County Jail is faring much better.  Warden Tom Mackie reported Thursday not a single inmate or employee has tested positive for the virus. “Hopefully, it will remain that way,” he said.

   Some of it is luck, but Mackie believes a bigger reason for their good fortune is because judges and local law enforcement took steps immediately to lower the inmate population, and it is paying off. The inmate population has decreased from 164 a month ago to 87. Nearly four weeks ago, the judges ordered all trials be continued and began reviewing current cases to determine which inmates who were closed to finishing their sentences could be released early. Only people convicted of misdemeanor crimes are sentenced to the county jail, while some accused felons are held there until convicted and sentenced to a state prison. 

   Meanwhile, local law enforcement was asked to arrest only those suspected of committing violent crimes, such as assault, aggravated menacing and domestic violence or violence-related property crimes, such as robbery, burglary and breaking and entering. Everyone else who is charged with a lesser crime is issued a summons to appear in court at a future date instead of being arrested on the spot and taken to the county jail. Those who are arrested and taken to jail are released the next day on bond following arraignment by video. This has resulted in the 47 percent drop in the inmate population. Mackie said those serving a sentence for a non-violent misdemeanor offenses with little time left are being released early, while a few other inmates are being released depending on their circumstances but ordered to return on a certain date to serve the remainder of their sentences. Imposition of sentences enacted before the crisis have been delayed. 

   The jail is licensed to hold close to 200 inmates, and Mackie said because of how the jail is configured they have 94 cells to use for isolation if an inmate starts to exhibits symptoms. This means each inmate will have their own cell if they can continue to keep a lid on the number of inmates. “Everyone (in the general population) right now has their own cell,” Mackie said, and he would like to keep that it way by keeping the inmate numbers as close to 80 as possible. Whenever a new inmate does arrive and is not released on bond they are quarantined for up to 14 days in one of the four cells in the holding area. If symptom free after that, the inmate is moved to a regular cell. 

   Mackie said staff temperatures are taken when they show up for their shift, and inmate temperatures are being taken three times per day. Inmates are also tested with a device called a finger-pulse Oximeter that measures blood oxygen saturation. Arriving inmates are also asked a series of questions to determine if they have been exposed to anyone who has been infected. All visitations ended four weeks ago so the inmates do not come into contact with anyone from the outside other than jail staff. Mackie said they are having problems getting masks for staff and inmates but that is expected to change. The jail was able to obtain several sewing machines, and some of the female inmates have offered to make the masks from material being donated by a local business.

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Correctional Solutions Group is proud to announce that the Edinburg Transition Center has achieved Accreditation Certification this weekend by the American Corrections Association during a ceremony that took place on Sunday, January 12, 2020.   We are very proud of this achievement and the unwavering quality of work maintained by the  Facility Management and team members at this 120 Bed TDCJ Reentry Center.   


Pictured Left to Right:   Miriam Ruiz/ CSG-Edinburg Chief of Security, Juan C. Cruz/ Edinburg Facility Director,  and Sabrina Garcia/ CSG -Edinburg Quality Control Monitor.


Pictured Left to Right: Sabrina Garcia/ CSG -Edinburg Quality Control Monitor,  Miriam Ruiz/ CSG-Edinburg Chief of Security, Juan C. Cruz/ Edinburg Facility Director,  Cody Ginsel/ Private Facilities and Contract Monitoring Oversight Division, Oscar Mendoza/ Executive Deputy Director of Texas Dept. of Criminal Justice.  



Correctional Solutions Group, LLC 

CSG/ Homeland Security-Border Patrol Award Ceremony

Pictured Left,  Members of the Edinburg Transition Center hosted  the US Border Agents and their K9 Partners this week along with the Regional Sector Chief/Rodolfo Karisch.    This was an opportunity for CSG to express our deep appreciation for their service in conducting facility searches at the Edinburg Transition Center.  Pictured Left to Right:  1. Ted Lucio, Job Developer 2. Juan Cruz, Facility Administrator 3.  Agent Laura Martinez, Captain RGV Sector 4. Chief Rodolfo Karisch, RGV Sector Chief  5. Agent Morales, RGV Sector Major  6. Miriam Ruiz, Chief of Security

Main:  (903) 630-6291   Corporate Office Hours  9am-5:00pm CST       Fax:    (903) 598-7830       Mailing Address PO Box 7760 Tyler, TX 75711












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