The Idaho Department of Correction, also known as IDOC, provides incarceration facilities for adult felons sentenced by courts. It maintains more than five correctional institutions and community work centers. The department maintains a staff of over 1,000 employees. The Idaho Department of Correction operates a community corrections division that manages probation, parole and community work centers. It also offers inmate placement, education and treatment solutions. The department manages nearly 20,000 offenders in the state. The Idaho Department of Correction operates the Nampa Community Work Center and the South Idaho Correctional Institution. The department administers sex offender care and substance abuse prevention programs. It is governed by the state of Idaho.