ACA Congratulates Newly Certified and Recertified Professionals

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ACA Congratulates Newly Certified and Recertified Professionals


Recertified

Janice Bradstreet, CCM, assistant manager and corrections captain, Orange County Corrections Department, Orlando, Fla., Burl Cain, CCE, CCM, corrections warden 5, Louisiana State Penitentiary, Louisiana Department of Public Safety and Corrections Services, Angola, Ana Emma Calero, CCS, commissioner's hearing officer, Sing Sing Correctional Facility, New York State Department of Correctional Services, Ossining, Bessie Carter, CCN/M, director of nursing, Ray burn Correctional Center, Louisiana Department of Public Safety and Corrections Services, Angie, Gary P. Copes, CCE, vice president of operations, LCS Corrections Services, Inc., Lafayette, La., Kristine J. Dekany, CCN, assistant director of health services, Pasco Sheriff's Office, Land'O Lakes, Fla., Doris R. Dorigo, CCE, deputy chief of operations/jail chief superintendent, Bureau of Jail Management and Penology, Quezon City, Philippines, Mark A. Flowers, CCE, director of detention (warden), Immigration Centers of America-Farmville, Farmville, Va., John M. Lowder, CCE, jail commander, Owen County Sheriff's Department, Spencer, Ind., John D. Rees, CCE, consultant, Rees & Associates Consulting, Madison, Ind., Joseph Rion, CCE, correctional consultant, Danville, Ky., Dana Wilks, CCM, management analyst, Colorado Division of Probation Services, Denver, Sheryl L. Zenzen, CCE, deputy superintendent of programs, Five Points Correctional Facility, New York State Department of Correctional Service, Romulus.

Certified Corrections Manager

Paula L. Giampola, administrative clerk, Gloucester County Department of Corrections, Woodbury, N.J.

Certified Corrections Nurse

Kim Christie, R.N., operations and business development, Correct Care Solutions, Nashville, Tenn.

Certified Corrections Officers

Curtis Russell III, correction specialist/command duty officer and watch commander, Naval Brig Norfolk, U.S. Navy, Norfolk, Va., Jerry L. Wasson, training officer, Naval Brig Norfolk, U.S. Navy, Norfolk, Va.

Certified Corrections Supervisors

Michael Epperson, classifications/lieutenant, Collier County Sheriff's Office, Naples, Fla., William Rex, lieutenant/watch commander, John E. Polk Correctional Facility, Seminole County Sheriff's Office, Deltona, Fla., Gregory Smith, sergeant/field training officer coordinator, Fremont Correctional Facility. Colorado Department of Corrections, Colorado Springs, Rhonda Stephens, vocational program assistant, Osceola County Corrections Department, Orlando, Fla.

Management and Training Corporation (MTC) Certified Corrections Managers

David Frank Catanese, major, North Coast Correctional Treatment Facility, Grafton, Ohio, John Cochran, captain, East Texas Treatment Facility, Henderson, Donald Adam Manuz, training manager, Taft Correctional Institution, Taft, Calif., Heather Manuz, quality control coordinator, Taft Correctional Institution, Taft, Calif., Eric Mathis, chief of security (captain), Giles W. Dalby Correctional Facility, Post, Texas, Fred Postell, program manager, Dalby Correctional Facility, Post, Texas, Andria Thiebaud, assistant program director, East Texas Treatment Facility, Henderson, Terry Wiktorik, major, Sanders Estes Correction Center, Venus, Texas.

MTC Certified Corrections Supervisors

Melinda G. Chambers, accreditation manger, East Texas Treatment Facility, Henderson, Roger W. Litwiler Jr., lieutenant, Lake Erie Correctional Institution, Conneaut, Ohio, Robert Ochoa, chief of security, Otero County Prison Facility, Chaparral, N.M., Robert Poland, administrative lieutenant, Arizona State Prison-Kingman, Kingman, Anna C. Taylor, accountant, Arizona State Prison-Kingman, Kingman, Barbara Wagner, food service manager, Lake Erie Correctional Institution, Conneaut, Ohio.

District of Columbia Department of Corrections (DC DOC) Certified Corrections Officers

Charles T. Adams, Wendi J. …

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