ADOC realigning workers across 10 facilities - WSFA.com Montgomery Alabama news.

ADOC realigning workers across 10 facilities

ADOC realigning workers across 10 facilities

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MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) -  The Alabama Department of Corrections is announcing a move in personnel involving a number of wardens overseeing the state's correctional facilities. 

According to Acting ADOC Commissioner William Sharp, The purpose for the realignment is to improve prison operations by advancing the professional development through diverse leadership opportunities. 

"Each Correctional Facility is unique in day to day operations, so it's important for wardens to gain the internal insights through the department from safety practices, security operations to inmate classification, treatment programs and support services." Sharp says. 

Sharp adds that the transfers will place strong leadership teams in facilities while giving wardens a broad-based experience in correctional operations, policies and procedures. 

The following is a list of the transfers being made:

Warden Dewayne Estes from Limestone Correctional Facility to St. Clair Correctional Facility

Warden Carter Davenport from St. Clair Correctional Facility to Easterling Correctional Facility

Warden Karla Jones from Easterling Correctional Facility to Ventress Correctional Facility

Warden Christopher Gordy from Ventress Correctional Facility to Limestone Correctional Facility

Warden Leon Forniss from Staton Correctional Facility to Elmore Correctional Facility

Warden Leeposey Daniels from Elmore Correctional Facility to Staton Correctional Facility

Deputy Warden Leon Bolling from Elmore Correctional Facility to Kilby Correctional Facility

Deputy Warden Carl Clay from Kilby Correctional Facility to Elmore Correctional Facility

Deputy Warden John Crow from Draper Correctional Facility to Staton Correctional Facility

Deputy Warden Patricia Hood from Staton Correctional Facility to Draper Correctional Facility

These transfers will go into effect on March 1. The DOC is the state's largest law enforcement agency operating 29 correctional facilities with 3,000 certified officers and 1000 support personnel.

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