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Division of Community Corrections

                         

   ***HIRING PROCESS NOW OPEN***

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  The Division of Community Corrections hiring now OPEN! The Division of Community Corrections is currently taking applications for the position of Correctional Officer. To apply for the position of Correctional Officer please click here. Please read all directions carefully and provide all documentation requested. Any application submitted without the proper paperwork will not be considered for the hiring process.

 

 

     ***HIRING PROCESS NOW OPEN***

 To View the Community Corrections Employment Recruiting Brochure please click here.

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ON-SITE EMPLOYMENT APPLICATION

On Tuesdays starting October 28, 2014, you will be able to fill out the online employment application for Community Corrections Officer at the Divisions Human Resource Department located at the main facility at 600 Old Frankfort Circle by appointment only. You may call 859-425-2739 to schedule an appointment.  Appointments will only be conducted between the hours of 0800-1530.

APPOINTMENTS CAN ONLY BE MADE DURING THE OPEN HIRING PROCESS

To completed the application process you will need to bring your current driver license, a copy of your birth certificate from the state, documents of your highest level of education (minimum GED or High School diploma), and if military a certified copy of your DD214.  Staff will be on site to provide assistance in scanning and attaching your required documents.

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  VISITATION HOURS 

For Information about visiting hours and regulations please click here .

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Correctional Recruits and Officers volunteer with Clean Up of Local Neighborhood

 

On July 24, 2014 Several Correctional Recruits and Officers volunteered there time and hard work in the We Care - Love Your Neighborhood campaign organized by Habitat for Humanity.   Officers and recruits conducted clean up activities of yards, trimming of trees and debris removal for more than 20 homes on Douglas Ave off of Georgetown Street.

 

1st Row:  Cpl. G. Wilson, Recruit V. Cole, Recruit  B. Trigg, Recruit  S. Thomas, Recruit  J. Waugh, Recruit C. Willoughby,  Recruit  T. Marrow, Recruit P. Yezzo, Sgt. J. Taylor and Cpl. S. Ritchie

 

2nd Row:  Capt. J. Capillo, Recruit J. Lundsford, Recruit S. Samanowitz, Recruit S. Jenkins, Recruit J. Slone, Recruit B. Cobble , Recruit T. Rice, Cpl. G Debord and Cpl. A. Roman 

 

                Recruit Samanowitz trims limb from a maple tree while other officers and recruits gather up tools. 

Recruits V. Cole and J. Slone removing limbs from a trimmed tree.

 

Last updated: 10/23/2014 10:48:09 AM