Annual Employee Family Day Celebrated at Indiana State Prison

(MICHIGAN CITY) – Recently, Indiana State Prison (ISP) hosted their Annual Family Day, for staff and their families, to promote the atmosphere of teamwork and pride.

Approximately 500 staff and guests attended the event, which was sponsored by the Employee Appreciation Planning Committee at the facility. Demonstrations were given by the facility’s Emergency Squad and K-9 units, and a tribute was given to two K-9 dogs being retired. Additionally, Michigan City Police Department participated by bringing their electric car and community businesses attended to share information with ISP staff. Activities included a cook-out, an ice cream truck, and inflatable fun houses.

Indiana State Prison Warden Ron Neal stated, “Our Employee Appreciation Committee works extremely hard to ensure the families of our staff are able to come to the facility and enjoy the day with their family member. It is a carnival atmosphere. This is one of the great times of the year for the Indiana State Prison, its employees and family members. On Family Day, everyone comes together to have some fun and promote a family atmosphere of teamwork and pride in the field of Corrections!”

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Family Day

*Indiana State Prison staff members and their families enjoyed ice cream during the Annual Family Day held by the Employee Appreciation Planning Committee

ISP Family Day Demonstration

*Indiana State Prison’s Emergency Squad and K-9 teams conducted a demonstration during the Annual Family Day.

K9 Demo 2

*K9 demonstrations during Annual Family Day

Inflatables Family Day

*”This is one of the great times of the year for the Indiana State Prison, its employees and family members. On Family Day, everyone comes together to have some fun and promote a family atmosphere of teamwork and pride in the field of Corrections!” stated Warden Ron Neal.

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