orth Carolina Department of Correction / www.doc.state.nc.us / (919) 716-3700
DOC officials, volunteers
ensure ACA event success
CHARLOTTE | The American Correctional Associa-
tion’s 136th Congress of Correction rolled into Char-
lotte Aug. 12-17, with many NC Department of Cor-
rection officials on hand to ensure its success.
ACA President Gwen Chunn, a retiree from the
former NC Division of Youth Services, welcomed all
participants to the congress, which had the theme
“Reach Out: Overcoming Barriers to Successful Crim-
inal Justice Programs.” She said the congress was
designed to tackle a large variety of professional top-
ics through a selection of enlightening and educa-
tional workshops and sessions.
The congress was attended by some 3,000 offi-
cials in various correctional capacities from through-
Correctional Officer Donnie Ratliff was one of the volunteers at the ACA out the United States. To ensure the event’s success,
Congress in Charlotte. Here, he’s helping people find their way to the tour an NC Host Committee was
bus to Lanesboro Correctional Institution. Photo album on page 7. See ACA, page 6
Davidson officer tries twice to save girls from fire
THOMASVILLE | Police may see the smoke and dashed over to the be resusci-
an Aug. 22 fire that killed two house. Mock was told that two tated. Neigh-
young children as “a tragic acci- kids were in the house, he said, bors described
dent.” Correctional Officer James “and that’s when I decided to go in the girls’ fam-
Mock also sees an enemy he could and find them.” ily as “real good
not beat. Mock, using Navy firefighter people.”
A grease fire led to the deaths training, went in twice. He could The mood
of the two girls, ages 3 years and hear the children, but the smoke A sad James speaks
of the neighbor- with a reporterMock the fire.
7 months, whose home is near and heat prevented him from hood was som-
Mock’s. The girls were momen- being able to locate them. By the ber in the aftermath of the fire.
tarily alone while their father had time he was ready to go in a third “My heart goes out to the
sought help with the grease fire. time, firemen had arrived and mother and the father of those
Meanwhile, Mock, who works stopped Mock. kids,” Mock said. “I just wish I
at Davidson Correctional Cen- Firemen were able to find could have gotten them out.”
ter, was in his backyard playing the children, but they could not Mock suffered burns on his
with his grandson, when he saw hands during the rescue attempts.
DOC kicks off Combined Campaign drive
Since 1984, the State Employ- • Organizations that provide
ees Combined Campaign [SECC] essential services to those with
has existed to provide employees special needs.
a meaningful opportunity to sup- • Critical research in the ongoing
port charitable causes that they quest to eliminate disease and
consider important and valuable. chronic illness.
As the SECC begins its 21st • Protect rivers and wetlands.
year as the official workplace • Provide shelter for abandoned
giving campaign for employees animals.
throughout state government and • Fund educational scholarships
the university system, employees and assure access to the per-
have even greater opportunity to forming and dramatic arts.
strengthen North Carolina com- “Your participation in the
munities with our gifts. State Employees Combined Cam-
Employee contributions to paign is ample proof of the com-
Members of the DOC steering committee their favorite charities through passion and generosity that char-
kickoff the next Combined Campaign for the SECC are significant. The dol- acterizes state employees and
Wake County. lars are vital to: See SECC, page 5
Page 2 Correction News August 2006
intendent. Donald Morri- Turner,
son.is.assistant superin- Western
tendent. Region liaison
The total staff size is nurse, and
85, and the inmate popu- Scronce,
lation is 202 adult males. nurse.
Also, five Depart-
ment of Transportation
road squads have Lincoln
CC inmates working in
Catawba, Lincoln, Gaston,
Cleveland and Mecklen-
burg counties. Superintendent John Crow, 3rd from left, with
Since May 2006, Lin- Assistant Superintendent Donald Morrison;
Elizabeth Hill, administrative services assistant V;
coln.CC.has.housed 38 and Fran Perkins, accounting technician IV.
inmates assigned to Cen-
tral Engineering, helping to
build a chapel and multipurpose The prison’s original dor-
facility at Catawba Correctional mitory is still in use today. An
Center..The.inmates are trans- additional dormitory and a mul-
ported dialy to and from the tipurpose building, recreation Case Managers Scott Carpenter, left rear,
building and a Correction Enter- and Joda Hamilton, Sherry Howell and
Catawba work site. Tim Scronce.
Lincoln was one of 61 field prise shirt plant were completed
unit prisons renovated or built in 1987.
during the late 1930s to house Staff and officers who were Johnson,
inmates who worked build- not available for the photos District 13 disci-
ing roads. In 1951, the prison were: plinary hearing
became a medium security Sergeants Jerald W. Chivalier, officer, based at
highway work unit. Thir- Richard Hamilton, Johnny M. Mull Jr.
teen years later, it was made and Carl M. Wilson.
into a facility for.minimum Food Service Officer Tony Heafner.
and medium custody.inmates.
In 1972, Lincoln was con- Correctional officers Kevin M.
verted to a minimum security Bailey, Richard A. Bailey, Neil L.
work release facility, and then Barnette, Randall Beasley Jr., Edgar
changed to its present medium D. Brock, Johnnie M. Bynum, Mark Houser.
security status in 1987. Casey, Marshall B. Clary, Gregory W.
Cooke, Wayne C. Craft Jr., Michael T.
Daniels, Brian M. Dishman, Donnie L.
Downs, Scottie F. Franklin, John N.
Gaus, Michael B. Goodman, Michael
J. Greer, Joshua Hamilton, T. Pyth Right,
Harkey, John F. Hartman, Michael Correctional
D. Hatten, Gary R. Helms, Randy D.
Hicks, Paul J. King, Bryant A. Carroll
Lankford, L. James Ledford, Harold (Trust Fund/
A. Lee, Richard D. Light, Randy L. canteen).
Mace, Eddie R. Mellon, Ronnie F.
Mellon, Kevin H. Monday, Frank A. Sigmon, Timothy L. Smith, Barry L.
Neas, Nicholas F. Powell, Scott D. Stephens, Terrill T. Strickland, D.
Rabon, Craig R. Rogers, Danny L. Cole Tugwell, Stephen G. Waits and
Correctional Officer Jeff Jones. Schrum, David P. Setzer, David W. Mendy D. White.
August 2006 Correction News Page 3
Right: Back row,
Correctional officers In the kitchen,
David Tuno, John Michael Holmes,
Isaacks and Billy Ellis. food service officer,
Front row, Sgt. Donald and Ray Davis, food
Caudle and Correctional service manager.
Officer Crystal Grigg.
and Richie Moss
Correctional officers James Huss
Scott Mitchell, lead correctional officer; and Jimmy Ives supervising
Correctional Officer Larry Mills (road inmate labor at Catawba
squad); and Lead Correctional Officers Correctional Center.
Floyde Calaway and Jimmy Ikard.
“Bud” Painter. Officer Richard
equipment. William “Les” Spruill, lead officer; Cor-
Correctional Officers Linda rectional Officer Bobbie Williams (road
Ledford and Juan D. Williams. squad); and Alton Arthur, lead officer.
New superintendent named at Odom facility
JACKSON – Neal director at the former Caledo- He and his wife have a child,
Vaughan, a 26- nia-Odom complex. Vaughan and he enjoys weight lifting and
year corrections then was assistant superinten- yard work.
veteran, has been dent at Halifax Correctional Vaughan succeeds Law-
named the new Center until it closed in 1996, at rence Solomon, who was named
superintendent of which time Vaughan was named superintendent at Caledonia
Odom Correctional program director at Nash Cor- Correctional Institution.
Institution. rectional Institution.
Beginning his Vaughan has an associate
Neal Vaughan career at Odom CI degree from Chowan College and Administration
as a correctional a bachelor of science degree in Michael Easley
officer in 1980, Vaughan rose in physical education and political
the program ranks to program science from Atlantic Christian Secretary of Correction
director in 1986-90, and in College (now named Barton Col- Keith Acree
1990-94 he was named program lege) in Wilson. Director of Public Affairs
Page 4 Correction News August 2006
Mike Evers gets appointment Prisons division names
as special assistant to secretary auxiliary services chief
RALEIGH | Mike Evers, who has
served as curriculum manager at RALEIGH | Mary Lu Rogers is the
the DOC Office of Staff Development new Division of Prisons chief of aux-
and Training since 1992, has been iliary services, effective June 1. She
appointed senior special assistant to succeeds Danny Thompson, who
the secretary. retired.
In his new position, Evers’ Previously, Rogers was man-
responsibilities will include grants ager of classification and techni-
Mike Evers Mary Lu
management, the Continuity Of cal support. That section – along Rogers
Operations (COOP) phase of the with diagnostics, population man-
emergency management program, and the Prison agement, and inmate disciplinary – are Rogers’
Rape Elimination Act (PREA). responsibility in her new position.
“I am appreciative to co-workers and fellow Rogers began her corrections career in 1977
employees for the experiences I have had so far as a probation/parole officer in Hoke County.
with the Department of Correction, and I look for- In 1981, she transferred to the now closed Polk
ward to new adventures and broadening my hori- Youth Center in Raleigh as case analyst in the
zons in working with old and new friends at DOC,” diagnostic center. From there, Rogers was named
Evers said. a diagnostic specialist in 1986 in Prisons Adminis-
He succeeds Sherry Pilkington, who retired. tration, inmate population manager in 1987, man-
Evers, originally from Marshall, Texas, ager of population and contract housing in 1994
moved to North Carolina after serving with the and classification and technical support manager
U.S. Army as executive officer for the Senior in 1998.
Army Advisory Group stationed in Raleigh. He The Lucama native has a bachelors degree in
earned his doctorate in higher education adminis- corrections from East Carolina University, where
tration from NC State, his master’s in curriculum she and her husband, Frank, enjoy attending
and instruction at Chapman University, Orange, Pirate football games. They have a teenage daugh-
Calif., and he received his bachelor’s in education ter and reside in Raleigh. Rogers enjoys reading
from Southern Arkansas University. He and his novels, especially mysteries, in her spare time.
wife, Yoshiko, reside in Mebane. They have four
grown children, two dogs and a cat.
When he’s not working, Evers enjoys yard Dallas McMillan named manager
work, spending time with his pets, attending NC of seven-county DCC District
State Wolfpack athletics and Hurricanes hockey
games. MURPHY | Dallas McMillan has
been named manager of Judicial Dis-
trict 30 in the Division of Commu-
Jean Walker appointed nity Corrections. The district covers
Clay, Cherokee, Graham, Haywood,
DCC District 5 manager Jackson, Macon and Swain counties.
An 18-year community correc-
WILMINGTON | Jean Walker has tions veteran, McMillan began his Dallas
been named to succeed Terry Gootee career as a probation/parole officer McMillan
as the manager of Judicial District I in 1988 in Mecklenburg County,
5 in the Division of Community Cor- where he advanced to electronic house arrest offi-
rections (DCC). The district covers cer and intensive case officer. In 1995, he was
New Hanover and Pender counties. named an intensive case officer in Gaston County,
With the DCC for 17 years, and he had been a chief probation/parole officer in
Walker began her career in 1989 Cleveland County, in District 27B, since 2001.
in Pender County as a level I proba- McMillan is a correctional instructor, a mem-
tion and parole officer and advanced through the ber of the division’s emergency management
ranks. She had been chief probation and parole team, and 2006 chair of the 4th Division of the NC
officer since 2003. Walker chairs the 5th District Probation and Parole Association. He is active in
Strategic Team. the American Cancer Society/Relay for Life, and
Prior to corrections, Walker was a social enjoys outdoors activities, especially kayaking/
worker and community college instructor and canoeing, hiking, hunting and fishing.
worked in accounting. She has a bachelors degree McMillan and his wife, Jennifer, have a 5-
in business administration from UNC-Wilmington month old son, Connor.
and a masters in adult education and economics He succeeds Debra Debruhl, who was recently
from NC State University. promoted to assistant chief for the 4th Judicial
Walker and her husband have a grown son
and daughter and reside in Burgaw. She enjoys
“I am thrilled with this new opportunity,”
family time and fresh water fishing and volun-
McMillan said. “I look forward to working with the
teers as a Master Gardener with the Cooperative
Extension Service. officers and personnel in District 30, creating new
and maintaining current positive relationships
with my staff and the correctional, law enforce-
See Correction News in full color by going online to ment and human service professionals of Western
August 2006 Correction News Page 5
SECC, from page 1
retirees, and I am genuinely
proud of our tradition of giving,”
Secretary Theodis Beck wrote
in a letter to employees.
Beck urges employees to
consider a pledge to one of the
more than 800 non-profit orga-
nizations have met the cam-
paign’s stringent requirements
“They, like you, are fully
committed to serving others,
and our combined efforts reflect
our mutual interest in making Softball tournament champions
North Carolina the best that it Event raises funds for Special Olympics of North Carolina
can be,” the secretary said.
The Davidson County Community Corrections staff won a double elimination
Department executives for softball tournament held Aug. 20. The tournament was sponsored by the
the SECC are: Gwen Norville Lexington Police Department to raise money for Special Olympics of North
and Gay McMichaels, Division Carolina. Also fielding teams for the tournament were the Lexington and
of Prisons; Allison Jourdan, Thomasville police and fire departments, the Davidson County Sheriff’s
Department, Davidson County EMS and South Lexington Volunteer Fire
Division of Community Correc- Department. From left are Zack Price and Gary Beck, both intensive
tions; Janice King, Administra- surveillance officers (ISO); Brad Biesecker, intensive case officer (ICO);
tion; and Wendy Carter, Correc- Shannon Koontz, probation/parole officer II; Donald Hamilton, former
tion Enterprises. ICO; John Anderson, ICO; Anna Kiser, probation/parole officer (PPO); Bart
Leonard, ISO; Greg Briggs, chief probation/parole officer; and Marlin Holmes,
Fun fund-raising husband of PPO Kisha Holmes.
Pie face: Correction Enter-
prises (CE) will host employee
appreciation luncheons, where
CE employees can buy water bal- DOC has key roles in new sex offender law
loons and Cool Whip pies to toss RALEIGH | Department of Cor- designated to operate the track-
at Director Karen Brown and rection officials were on hand ing system.
members of her staff. Proceeds when Gov. Mike Easley recently Additionally, the law directs
will be go to the SECC. signed into law an act that DOC to study and report on
Recipes: Eastern Correc- strengthens public safety agen- ways to reduce repeat offenses
tional Institution is developing a cies’ abilities to protect people through mental health treat-
cookbook that will be sold to sup- from sex offenders. ment plans for sex offenders.
port the Combined Campaign. The new law allows law A preliminary report must be
More than 140 recipes are in enforcement to better track made to the General Assem-
the cookbook, and more are child predators and expands sex bly by January 15, 2007, and a
being added. offender registration and veri- final report by October 1, 2007.
The price will be $5 each. fication. Among its provisions Chief Deputy Secretary
It is expected to be avail- is a requirement that the worst Dan Stieneke represented the
able by Nov. 1, and orders are offenders be fitted with life- department at the bill signing.
being taken now. Contact Teresa time location tracking devices to DCC Director Robert Lee Guy
Hill at 252-747-8101 extension monitor their whereabouts. assisted legislators draft the leg-
2132; or Janice Stallings at The Division of Community islation, and also attended the
252-747-8101, extension 2133. Corrections (DCC) is the agency signing.
New food services director named
Project helps school open RALEIGH | Jackie Parker is the
Division of Prisons’ new director of
food services. She succeeds Nancy
Porter, who retired.
Parker has worked for the Divi-
sion of Prisons for 14 years, serving
as the dietician in the west, east and
A vacant, old central regions.
building in She is a registered and licensed
Roxboro was re- dietician, with a bachelor’s degree
cently renovated in dietetics from NC A&T State Uni-
into a new com- versity and a master’s degree in Jackie Parker
thanks in part food and nutrition from NC Central
to a Community University.
Work Program Parker resides in Wake Forest with her hus-
project headed up by Officer Corey Clay, above left, and Durham band, son and daughter.
Correctional Center Assistant Superintendent William Tillman, right.
Principal Sam Kennington, center, said “there was no way” the school
would have been ready to open as scheduled on Aug. 25 without the
Page 6 Correction News August 2006
ACA, from page 1 * Hepatitis C – A
formed, led by a five-per- Risk than HIV – Mod-
son executive team that erator: Dr. Paula
included Secretary Theodis Smith, DOP chief of
Beck; Fay Lassiter, Divi- health services.
sion of Prisons assistant * Prison Research:
chief of program services; Wisdom from the
and Barbara Pierce, Scotland Trenches – Speakers: Warden
Correctional Institution Admin- Annie Harvey, NC Correctional * Using Defensive Techniques
istrative Services Manager. Institution for Women; and Dr. for Employee Protection – Mod-
Pierce, who chaired the con- Stephan erator and speaker: Ricky Byrd
gress’ Program Planning Com- Kiefer, (retired), Office of Staff Devel-
mittee, said the congress’ theme assistant opment and Training, in-ser-
was “particularly relevant in manager, vice training manager; Robby
today’s environment of inade- Research Millard, OSDT training instruc-
quate funding, limited space and and Plan- tor (also Evaluator); and Gwen
depleted resources. Correctional ning. Norville, DOP executive officer.
professionals must constantly * Hiring * A Systems Approach to
find new or alternative avenues and Selecting the Most Appro- Offender Re-entry – Modera-
to provide outstanding service priate Qualified Applicant – tor: Stephanie Rose, chief pro-
to all our customers. As a result Speakers: Mary Beth Carroll, bation/parole officer, Golds-
of our commitment, tenacity, DOP regional operations man- boro. Speakers: Carlton Joyner,
professionalism and vision for ager; and Sgt. Sylvia R. West, DOP case management director;
efficient and effective correc- Warren Correctional Institution. Mary T. Mueller, DOP diagnos-
tional operations, the citizens Evaluator: James Moore, train- tic services program manager;
we serve will reap the tremen- ing instructor II, Office of Staff Laura Yates, DOP social work
dous benefits.” Development and Training. program director. Evaluator:
Correction officials from * Are You at Risk for Tubercu- Richard E. Fields, chief proba-
other states lauded the event as losis? – Moderator and speaker: tion/parole officer, Charlotte.
very successful, saying it was Dr. Smith. Also * Helping Inmates Obtain Fed-
well-organized and operated and speaking: Faye eral Disability Benefits – Evalua-
beneficial to those attending. Duffin, nurse tor: George Currie, DOP Central
Officials from Florida, the site of supervisor III, Region director.
ACA’s next winter conference, DOP Health Ser- * Promising Practices: Re-
said the NC Host Committee had vices Infection entry and Risk Reduction Suc-
given them a good blue print Control. cess in Kansas – Evaluator: Fay
for planning the event in their * Comprehen- Lassiter.
state. sive Strategies Tours of
The congress depended for Treatment and Community various nearby
heavily on volunteers to staff Supervision of Sex Offenders correctional
various activities, including reg- – Moderator: Cynthia Mitchell, facilities and
istration booths, facility tours assistant judicial district man- programs were
and security. Approximatetly ager, Charlotte. Speakers: Bob also offered.
180 NC DOC employees served Carbo, director- From DOC
on that volunteer force. Addi- SOAR, Harnett were Lanes-
tionally, employees staffed sign- Correctional boro Correc-
in stations for volunteers and Institution; tional Institu-
DOC employee attendees and Maggie Nor- tion, Gaston Correctional Center
participants. ris, chief pro- and the Structured Day Program
Several of the workshops bation/parole in Charlotte.
were led or staffed by DOC officer for spe-
officials: cial operations, Others serving
* Prison Industries and Depart- DCC. Evaluator: Mildred Spear- on the NC Host Committee
ment of Labor Partnering to man, policy analyst. Other DOC employees assist-
Provide Inmate Apprentice- * A Correctional Response to ing the NC Host Committee were
ship Certifications – Speakers: Gang Activity: A Systemic
David Osborne, DOP assistant
Randy Green, Correction Enter- Approach – Moderator: Kevin
prises project manager; and Phil director; Keith Acree, director
Wallace, DCC chief of field
Rowe, Correction Enterprises of public affairs; George Dudley,
services. Speakers: Johnny
printing plant manager, Nash public affairs officer; and Cindy
Correctional Institution. security special- Davis, administrative officer,
* Using Correction Data to ist; and Felicia Federal Grants.
Our Advantage – Modera- McLean, DCC
tor and speaker: Robert Brin- field services
son, chief information officer. manager. Eval- Deadline
Other speakers: Cindy Cousins, uator: Shanti- Items for the September edition of
application development man- cia Hawkins, Correction News should be submitted
ager, and Carol Morin, project DOP training by September 29. Send items to George
manager, both in Information specialist II, Polk Correctional Dudley at email@example.com.
August 2006 Correction News Page 7
Scenes from the
American Correctional Association 136th Congress
Attendees sign in upon arrival at the Charlotte Convention Center for the ACA Congress.
Above, Gloria Upperman,
right, helps register an
attendee. Left, retiree Joe
Lofton, left, helps a volun-
teer to sign in, and, above
left, joins Boyd Bennett, Former US Sen. Bob Dole, center, was keynote speaker.
left, on another day to help Here, DOC volunteers surround him for security as he
cover the volunteer sign-in leaves his speaking engagement.
Right, from left,
visitors the NC
booth in the
vendor hall are
Division 1; and
Trogdon, both in
social work pro-
tor, moderates a
panel on offender
re-entry. Right, DOP’s
Gwen Norville Mary
explains the Left, Monica Beth
implementation Keller, pro- Carroll
process for an gram director, speaks
employee defen- explains gang during a
sive training management at workshop
program. Foothills CI. on mak-
Page 8 Correction News August 2006
Movin’ on up
Promotions in August 2006
Stephen Anderson, food service officer, Territa S. Ingram, probation/parole officer I Luther C. Sumner, surveillance officer,
Brown Creek CI trainee, District 26 District 18
Russell C. Atkins, chief probation/parole Gordon G. Ipock, HVAC supervisor I, Linwood E. Sutton, assistant superintendent,
officer, District 10 Marion CI Duplin CC
Michael L. Baerlin, food service officer Gail M. Jackson, administrative services Tyrome D. Turman, food service officer,
trainee, Scotland CI assistant V, Gaston CC Nash CI
Merita A. Bailey, probation/parole officer II, Mark A. Kovell, food service officer, Craggy CC Marilyn P. Turner, intensive case officer,
District 10 Ellis H. Langdon, captain, Harnett CI District 6A
Edward F. Basden, lieutenant, Pender CI Misty S. Laws, office assistant IV, DACDP Lucas D. Vrbsky, substance abuse
George G. Best, sergeant, Polk CI Western Region counselor II-certified, DACDP-Piedmont
Angela W. Blackmon, personnel Alvin L. Laws II, programs supervisor, Larry G. Walker, surveillance officer,
technician I, NC CIW Eastern CI District 18
Sharon B. Blount, programs supervisor, James t. Lewis, sergeant, Pamlico CI Tarquintus G. Walser, assistant
Tyrrell Work Farm Sabrina H. Liverman, food service officer, superintendent-custody/operations II, Polk CI
Candra L. Breece-Mullins, programs Tyrrell Work Farm Virginia D. Wiggins, food service officer,
supervsior, Albemarle CI Nichole E. Lloyd, health assistant, Central Fountain CCW
James R. Brock, Correction Enterprises Prison Shenita s. Wilder, medical record manager I,
supervisor II, New Hanover Laundry Timothy D. Maulin, lieutenant, Craven CI Central Prison
David L. Brown, maintenance mechanic V, Timothy D. Maynor, sergeant, Alexander CI Ellen H. Wiley, nurse supervisor II, Mountain
Enterprise Administration Lee F. McCoy, programs supervisor, View CI
Geraldine W. Brown, office assistant IV, Lanesboro CI Wendy G. Williams, community service
District 10 Barbara Y. Meeks, administrative secretary II, district coordinator, District 29
Anna M. Cable, programs, supervisor, Greene CI
Marion CI Bernesteen Mills, personnel technician I,
Tatisha S. Campbell, food service officer, Personnel
Scotland CI Hughes W. Oxendine, lieutenant, Retirements
Monique M. Carter, accounting clerk IV, Lumberton CI
Central Warehouse Yolando C. Oxendine, programs supervisor, Calvin C. Cooper, correctional officer,
Melvin C. Chapman, lieutenant NC CIW Odom CI, 28.1 years.
Cadle W. Cooper Jr., chief probation/parole Rose-Marie Partenheimer, personnel Virginia A. Farmer, processing assistant III,
officer, District 15A technician I, Alexander CI Neuse CI, 6.25 years.
Kennth R. Cross, captain, Scotland CI Jennifer R. Pettiford, administrative James R. Langley, assistant superintendent-
Timerly C. Dalton, social worker II, Avery/ technician, Polk CI custody/operations I, New Hanover CC, 28 years.
Mitchell CI Stacy L. Phipps, sergeant, Tillery CCI William R. Lassiter, lead officer, Pender CI,
Tonya J. Dawson, case manager, Craven CI Carolyn Pierce Reyes, lead nurse, Bertie CI 16.25 years.
Steve R. Delisle, plumber II, Eastern Region Marshall R. Pike, manager-classification/
Maintenance Yard technical support, Prisons Administration
Kristy N. Dobbins, probation/parole officer Sandra H. Pitman, nurse supervisor II,
trainee, District 22 Avery/Mitchell CI Death
Stephanie E. Dummett, probation/parole Katy E. Poole, superintendent, Robeson CC
officer II, District 19C Judy A. Rebold, administrative assistant I,
Billy Ray Royal, correctional officer, Johnston
Juanita Ellis, surveillance officer, District 26 Enterprise Administration CI, 27 years.
Kathy W. Fox, accounting clerk IV, Foothills CI Shirley A. Rentas, food service officer,
Myron E. Godley, food service officer trainee, Craggy CC
Nicole L. Grissom, personnel technicial III,
John W. Robbow, substance abuse program
supervisor, DACDP-Tyrrell High 5s
Personnel Luann B. Roberts, administrative officer I,
Officers recently graduating
Glenda C. Hamilton, accounting technician III, Prisons Administration
with honors from Basic
Piedmont Region Maintenance Yard Garrett R. Robinson, training specialist II,
Correctional Officer training
James D. Harris, lieutenant, Fountain CCW Foothills CI
were: Erin Hickey, Neuse CI;
Lavonne D. Harvey, probation/parole Twan R. Rodney, probation/parole officer II,
Kenneth Knecht, Piedmont
officer I, District 10 District 26
Correctional Institution; and
Beckylee S. Hatchett, sergeant, Polk CI Noel D. Rose, chief probation/parole officer,
Laura McClure, Western Youth
Landon W. Hicks, sergeant, Alexander CI District 8B
Linda V. Hilliard, case analyst, Neuse CI Yolanda A. Sinclair, administrative services
Georgia A. Hill-Martin, programs manager, NC CIW
supervisor, Southern CI Brenda F. Smith, business officer II, Prisons
James M. Hocutt, long distance truck driver, Administration Correction News
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