Personable Program Coordinator successful at building strong professional relationships. Manages large and complex projects while maintaining high team morale and energy. Skilled mentor and mediator who excels at bringing out the best in team members.
Nominated to be the Family Justice trainer in the State of Oklahoma.
Established first state funded Female Offender Intervention & Diversion program.
Acted as department's "go-to" person for challenging calls and as primary mentor for new employees.
Awarded Division of Community Corrections Employee of the Year in 2009.
Oversaw the development and launch of the Female Offender Intervention & Diversion Program and the Second Chance Reentry program. Managed projects budget with a combined budget of $1,865,000. Drafted action plans and led meetings with department executives to review project status and proposed changes. Collaborated with cross-functional teams to draft project schedules and plans. Served as the single point of contact for project scheduling and changes. Monitored team progress and enforced deadlines. Partnered with the Oklahoma County District Attorney's Office and the Oklahoma County Public Defender's office to address challenges with client referrals to the program.
Managed, mentored, coached and trained team of 9 criminal justice professionals. Served as mentor to junior team members. Provided onsite training to new and junior team members. Identified inefficiencies and made recommendations for process improvements. Reviewed and provided comments on the adequacy of court reports and took necessary steps to cure any deficiencies. Evaluated staff's progress and made recommendations for improvements. Created databases and spreadsheets for quarterly audits to inform staff of any improvements need to enhance community supervision. Prepared and submitted a annual report on the administrative and supervision functions of Central District Community Corrections. Addressed questions and concerns from the general public.
Administered regular drug and alcohol tests and completed DNA indexing for felony offenders. Created, organized and maintained files, daily case notes and electronic databases. Referred offenders to appropriate community agencies to complete services in compliance with court orders. Answered phone calls concerning clients, handled complaints and responded to requests for information. Supervised adult offenders to monitor compliance with court ordered conditions. Organized office schedules and maintained relationships with necessary agency contacts. Developed offender case plans based on analysis of criminogenic needs of parolees. Conducted pre-sentence investigation interviews for offenders awaiting sentencing. Recommended probation conditions to the court, including drug treatment, vocational rehabilitation and mental health programs. Maintained positive relationships with offenders and their families through cheduled home and office visits. Counseled and assisted offenders in adjusting to the community. Developed offender case plans based on analysis of criminogenic needs of the offender. Worked in collaboration with offenders to engage them in case planning.
Coursework in Risk Management, Public Budgeting and Finance and Public Policy.
Coursework in Communications, Criminal Law, Juvenile Justice and Deviance, Sociology and Psychology.
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