The New Jersey Department of Corrections (NJDOC) protects the public through humane incarceration and rehabilitation in state facilities. The NJDOC is responsible for 14 major institutions, consisting of seven adult male correctional facilities, three youth facilities, a women's correctional institution, a sex-offenders facility, and a central processing unit. It oversees the incarceration of about 27,000 inmates, providing discipline, training, and treatment necessary to reintegrate them into society as productive and law-abiding citizens. The NJDOC also administers community service programs including vocational training and job assistance. The department has some 10,000 employees.