Alabama Department of Corrections

  • Agency: Alabama Department of Corrections
  • Address: 301 South Ripley Street, Montgomery, 36130-1501 AL
  • Chief:
Phone: 334-353-3883
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Alabama Department of Corrections is located at 301 South Ripley Street, Montgomery, 36130-1501 AL. The Alabama Department of Corrections phone number is 334-353-3883.

Alabama Department of Corrections News

On June 22 the Alabama Department of Corrections hosted the 2017 Annual Awards Banquet at the Montgomery Marriott Prattville Hotel. Over 150 department employees were nominated across the state. We had over 300 guests attend the banquet to show support for their family and friends who were nominated. Below are a list of award nominees and winners. #Congratulations to all who were nominated and we look forward to your future success in the #ADOC. Emma Allen Michael Allen Charles Arthur Tanya Ary Anthony Askew Gwendolyn Babers Jeffrey Baldwin Samantha Banks Brittny Bates Kessy Bell Shanekia Bennett Willie Bennett Aaron Billups Wanda Boyce Amy Boyd Joel Brelsford Tamekia Bright Charles Brooks Chris Brown Jason Brown Ossie Brown Patricia Brown Norma Bryan Haley Bull Brian Casey Michael Cherry Candance Cobb Erica Crawford Rickey Cunningham Rebecca Daniels Richard Daniels Angela Darracott Jimmy Deadwyler Bernard Dees William DeSpain Kevina Dixon Tony Dobbs Robert Emmons Ronald England Timothy Ensor Russell Foster Holly Fox Robert Gantt Gwendolyn Givens Kristie Goodwin Destiny Green Tiffany Grey Jwana Griffin Brian Grimmer Jamal Gunn Ianthor Hamilton Andre Hardie Corie Harris Arkeene Harvey Anthony Hawkins Anne Hill Linda Hinson Jennifer Holsonback Marilyn Horsley Ronzella Howard John Hutton Deaundra Johnson Katrelia Jones Kenneth Joshua Jennifer Justiss Sonya Kennedy Thomas Kincey Nunciata King Tiffany Langley Elizabeth Laseter Nathaniel Lawson Celicia Ledbetter Kenya Lee-McGhee Johnny Leonard Dranarris Lovejoy Elvest Lucy Maronica Mason Laila Mathis Antonio McClain Michael McCleese Timothy McCorvey Monica McCoy Brenda Mcray-Bennett Charles McKee Brandon McKenzie Sinquetta Miles Cassandra Miller Deborah Miller Patricia Mims Phillips Mitchell Victoria Mitchell Shalandra Mixon Vernnell Moore Melinda Morgan Phyllis Morgan William Morrison Edd Moses Walter Myers Juan Nava Berda Nelson Deloris Newberry Melissa Olson-Crabtree Laurie Parker Douglas Parham Jimmy Patrick Roy Pendleton Lakisha Phillips Twila Pigg Angela Powe James Ranson Michelle Reeves Connie Rich Jonathan Richardson Veronica Richardson Patrice Richie Cecil Robinson Clarise Robinson Patrick Robinson Scarlotte Robinson John Russell Faylor Rutley Elliott Sanders Kelli Sanders LaTonya Scott Scottie Shaffer Rosie Shingles Philip Simmons Carlithia Smith Gregg Smith Marsha Smith Stephen Smith Bernard Spann Belinda=Spencer RebeccaSteele Sandra Taylor Alcornelia Terry Vanessa=Terry Jimmy Thomas Tawana Thomas Terry Tucker Bridgett Tyner-Smith Roderick Underwood Carl Viars DionWasdin BrandiWebb Willie Whiting James Williams Jerry Williams Karen Williams Joshua Wilson Deidra Wright Damonica Wright Rubye Wright Willie Wright PattieYoung

#AWESOME Birmingham Community Based Facility hosted an employee appreication #BBQ yesterday to celebrate their employee's hard work and dedication to #KeepingAlabamaSafe!

#CONGRATULATIONS to Annette Funderburk! Today she was named the Ingram State Technical College Presdient. We appreicate her hardwork and dedication to the student's sucess at Ingram. #WAY2GO

#Congratulations This afternoon the Alabama Correctional Employee Support Fund held their annual Scholarship Awards Reception in Montgomery. Nineteen receipts received a scholarship of $500 or more. Briana Newberry and Erin Todd were awarded the Charles and Doris Farquhar Memorial Scholarship.

Over 40 department representatives gathered last week with Governor Ivey as she signed the proclamation for "Alabama Correctional Officers and Employees Week" and to honor the men and women who professionally serve the citizens of our great state. Thank you for making a difference in the Department of Corrections and for all that you do for public safety. Every day you rise to meet the challenges and nobly and admirably serve the corrections profession.

As part of the Department's rehabilitative approach to assist formerly incarcerated people in finding employment after their release, the Alabama Department of Corrections has partnered with the Department of Labor to host the Second Chance Job Fair on May 30 in Birmingham. On May 22 the #ADOL is hosting a FREE job readiness workshop where you will leave with a certificate of completion and a free professional resume to present to employers. On May 23 there will be a FREE Employer Workshop discussing the benefits of hiring former offenders, tax credits, and success stories

#WAY2GO Last week, Family and friends gathered at the Ingram State Technical College Draper instructional site to honor the accomplishments of 177 graduates over two days. ISTC interim president Annette Funderburk commended the graduates on their accomplishments, which included 124 certificates awarded by the Alabama Community College System in 18 career technical programs of study; 43 GEDs and 10 high school diplomas. Two of the diploma recipients – Alesia Cain and Jeffery Dockins – earned their award through the statewide High School Diploma Option program which helps qualified students enroll in adult education programs and earn a high school diploma in lieu of a GED.

As part of the Department's rehabilitative approach to assist formerly incarcerated people in finding employment after their release, the Alabama Department of Corrections has partnered with the Department of Labor to host the Second Chance Job Fair on May 30 in Birmingham. On May 22 the #ADOL is hosting a FREE job readiness workshop where you will leave with a certificate of completion and a free professional resume to present to employers. On May 23 there will be a FREE Employer Workshop discussing the benefits of hiring former offenders, tax credits, and success stories

Because the staff at Kilby Correctional Facility stay #POPPIN' all day long, the wardens decided to say thank you with a mid-day energy boosting snack! #CorrectionAppreciationWeek #ALCorrections #TEAMADOC

Onsite testing is this FRIDAY at Donaldson Correctional Facility in Bessemer! Anyone interested in becoming part of the state’s largest law enforcement agency joins us this Friday to begin your journey in a lasting CAREER in Corrections. All applicants are required to attend ONE onsite testing. Testing begins at 7 a.m.

Happy Correctional Professionals Week! Governor Ivey has proclaimed this week as "Alabama Correctional Officers and Employees Week" to honor the men and women who professionally serve the citizens of our great state. Thank you for making a difference in the Department of Corrections and for all that you do for public safety. Every day you rise to meet the challenges and nobly and admirably serve the corrections profession. #ALCORRECTIONS #TEAMADOC #CORRECTIONSWEEK #PUBLICSAFETY

Corrections Class 2018-01

WATCH LIVE! Class 2018-01 is graduating from the Corrections academy in 30 minutes! Don’t go away & stay tuned!

#WAY2GO Abd-ur-Rahim Jones is currently a #CorrectionalOfficerTrainee at the Alabama Corrections Academy. He started with the department during his last semester of college and was able to balance his school work while enrolled in the 12-week Academy! Last week he graduated Concordia College earning his bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice, and this week he will earn his new title of Corrections Officer after he graduates from the academy on Thursday. Great job Officer Jones! We look forward to your future success.

Today the Alabama Department of Corrections graduated 14 Correctional Sergeants from the 2018 Sergeant's Leadership Academy. "The ADOC graduated its fourth two-week Sergeants Academy Leadership Class today, with 14 sergeants earning their leadership pin. The rigorous program includes morning physical training, uniform inspections, leadership classes, a group research project, which is presented to senior staff, and an outdoor small team leadership exercise conducted at Maxwell Air Force Base. The sergeants now have additional leadership “tools” to put in their “toolkit” as they head back to their respective correctional facilities" -Associate Commissioner Matthew Brand

#CONGRATULATIONS Wardens! This week at the quarterly wardens meeting Commissioner Dunn and Associate Commissioner Culliver promoted THREE deserving wardens! Warden Patrice Riche is promoted to Correctional Warden III, head of facility, at Bullock Correctional Facility in Union Springs. Warden Richie began her career with the Alabama Department of Corrections in 1990 as a Correctional Officer Trainee at Draper Correctional Facility. Warden Rolanda Calloway was promoted to Correctional Warden I at Kilby Correctional Facility. Calloway began her career with the Alabama Department of Corrections in January of 1993 at Limestone Correctional Facility. Warden Antonio McClain is promoted to Correctional Warden I at Bullock Correctional Facility. McClain began his career in corrections September 29, 2000 at Ventress Correctional Facility.

#WAY2GO Warden Headley and the staff at Elmore Correctional Facility congratulated over TEN employees who received their service pin or certificate of achievement this year. The department appreciates your dedicated service and hard work!! 25 Years: Mr. Jones 20 Years: Lt. Tippins 15 Years: Lt. W. Burks, III and Lt. W. Posey 10 Years: Officer Harris, Officer Felder, Officer Lewis, Officer Smith and Mr. Thomas

This week Warden Thomas from Kilby Correctional Facility interviewed with WSFA discussing the career opportunities and hiring process with the Alabama Department of Corrections. #ADOC #ALCareers

As part of the Department's rehabilitative approach to assist formerly incarcerated people in finding employment after their release, the Alabama Department of Corrections has partnered with the Department of Labor to host the Second Chance Job Fair on May 30 in Birmingham. On May 22 the #ADOL is hosting a FREE job readiness workshop where you will leave with a certificate of completion and a free professional resume to present to employers. On May 23 there will be a FREE Employer Workshop discussing the benefits of hiring former offenders, tax credits, and success stories.

As part of the Department's rehabilitative approach to assist formerly incarcerated people in finding employment after their release, the Alabama Department of Corrections has partnered with the Department of Labor to host the Second Chance Job Fair on May 30 in Birmingham. On May 22 the #ADOL is hosting a FREE job readiness workshop where you will leave with a certificate of completion and a free professional resume to present to employers. On May 23 there will be a FREE Employer Workshop discussing the benefits of hiring former offenders, tax credits, and success stories

Today the department is host the ground breaking ceremony for the Alabama Correctional Industries clothing plant in Wetumpka.