Corrections Officer Evals
A highly dedicated Corrections Specialist for Naval Consolidated Brig Miramar, EM2 worked ceaselessly to ensure good order and discipline were sustained throughout the facility. He demonstrated extraordinary dedication to mission readiness by serving as Fire Safety and Sanitation Inspector for the facility, ensuring ten departments were properly trained and within American Correctional Association (ACA) standards. He trained and qualified over 20 top performers as Quarters Supervisor, basic sentry, special quarters, and Master Control Center supervisor while maintaining immaculate order and discipline throughout the brig with great confidence.
As corrections specialist. her discreet but motivated and capable assertiveness, delivered high quality work with dependable results. Over the course of three years, Petty Officer Jones engaged in the execution of a combination of 150 check-in, check-out, and transfer procedures while stationed at Transient Personnel Unit / Pretrial Confinement Facility. She performed her duties in a decisive and positive manner with exceptional results. Her supervision of countless prisoners ensured safe and efficient precautionary measures while fostering pride and total mission accomplishment.
Naval Corrections Specialist Afloat onboard Naval Consolidated Brig Miramar detachment Pearl Harbor. Petty Officer Casper assisted in the supervision and rehabilitation of over 130 prisoners. He is an integral member of Security whose professionalism and knowledge of corrections bolstered staff manning by training six personnel through Master Control Center Supervisor. As Receive and Release supervisor, he oversaw the in-processing, release, and transfer of over 39 prisoners.
As Corrections Counselor, he completed over 300 initial interviews and meticulously maintained an average case load of 20 prisoners. He was the assistant Safety and Hazmat supervisor and supervised 24 training drills resulting in a better overall response to emergencies. He was also solely responsible for the ordering, inventory and issuing of over 70,000 dollars of hazmat along with executing routine hazmat inspections throughout the facility. As the Educational Services assistant, he ensured that all class requirements were met, directly supporting the Command's secondary mission of rehabilitation.
As Corrections Officer, she extensively evaluated and revised over 90% of the department's SOPs which ensured an outstanding score on the Command IG assessment and FAI inspection, which helped the command reach its goal of a level two correctional facility.
Programs and Industries Department Leading Chief Petty Officer and Corrections Specialist at Naval Consolidated Brig Chesapeake VA. Senior Chief McHale's actions successfully led 16 multi-service personnel in preparing for the brig's first PERS-IG Functional Adequacy Inspection. As a result, the Command received an "OUTSTANDING" in certification and recognition as a DOD Level Two facility. As Program manager, he initiated three approved Department of Labor apprenticeships for prisoner work supporting over 140 brig beautification projects, saving the navy over $90,000. As the acting Senior Enlisted Advisor, he mentored and coached the staff's personal and professional growth contributing to improved morale and job satisfaction.
PROFESSIONAL ACHIEVEMENT WHILE SERVING AS A CORRECTIONS SPECIALIST, AT NAVAL CONSOLIDATED BRIG CHESAPEAKE, VIRGINIA FROM APRIL 2015 TO MARCH 2018. AS UNIT LPO, PETTY OFFICER KEYSTONE SUPERVISED 37 MULTI-SERVICE MILITARY PERSONNEL IN PROPER WATCH-STANDING PRODCEDURES OF PRE-TRIAL AND POST-TRIAL PRISONERS, ENSURING GOOD ORDER AND DISCIPLINE, ACCOUNTABILITY AND WELFARE OF PRISONERS WITH ZERO SECURITY BREACHES. AS THE PRISONER ORIENTATION COORDINATOR, HE REVISED THE PRISONER ORIENTATION LESSON PLANS AND VISUAL INSTRUCTIONAL AIDS TO STANDARDIZE THE PROCESS OF INDOCTRINATING AND ACCLIMATING NEWLY ARRIVING PRISONERS TO THE BRIG ENVIRONMENT, RULES, AND REGULATIONS. PETTY OFFICER KEYSTONE'S EXCEPTIONAL PROFESSIONALISM, UNRELENTING PERSEVERANCE, AND LOYAL DEVOTION TO DUTY REFLECTED CREDIT UPON HIMSELF AND WERE IN THE KEEPING WITH THE HIGHEST TRADITIONS OF THE UNITED STATES NAVAL SERVICE.
PROFESSIONAL ACHIEVEMENT IN THE SUPERIOR PERFORMANCE OF HIS DUTIES WHILE SERVING AS A CORRECTIONS SPECIALIST FROM AUGUST 2014 TO JULY 2016. OVER THE COURSE OF THREE YEARS, PETTY OFFICER DILLON EXECUTED A COMBINATION OF ONE-HUNDRED AND FORTY CHECK-IN, CHECK-OUT, AND TRANSFER PROCEDURES WHILE STATIONED AT TRANSIENT PERSONNEL UNIT / PRETRIAL CONFINEMENT FACILITY. HIS UNMATCHED ABILITY IN MAINTAINING A VIGILANT WATCH, PRACTICING FIRM, FAIR AND IMPARTIAL INTERACTION, CONTRIBUTED TO A PASSING SCORE IN PREA REQUIREMENTS. ADDITIONALLY, HE OVERSAW THE SAFE ADMISSION OF MULTI-SERVICE MEMBERS AND PROVIDED 6,000 HOURS OF VIGILANT SAFE KEEPING OF STAFF PERSONNEL AND PRISONERS. BY HIS EXCEPTIONAL ABILITY, PERSONAL INITIATIVE AND TOTAL DEDICATION TO DUTY, PETTY OFFICER DILLON REFLECTED CREDIT UPON HIMSELF AND UPHELD THE HIGHEST TRADITIONS OF THE UNITED STATES NAVAL SERVICE.
FOR MERITORIOUS SERVICE WHILE SERVING AS LEADING PETTY OFFICER, MILITARY CORRECTIONS LIAISON OFFICE (MCLO), NAVAL SUBMARINE BASE NEW LONDON, FROM OCTOBER 2015 TO SEPTEMBER 2018. PETTY OFFICER MAXWELL'S PROFESSIONAL KNOWLEDGE COUPLED WITH HER EXCEPTIONAL LEADERSHIP ABILITIES WERE VITAL TO THE IMPROVEMENT OF MCLO BY IMPLEMENTING THE CORRECTIONS MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM PROGRAM, MAKING THE PROCESS OF HANDLING AND ESCORTING PRISONERS MORE SAFE AND EFFICIENT. IN ADDITION, AO1 MAXWELL IMPLEMENTED SEVEN MAJOR PROGRAMS AND INITIATIVES, ALLOWING WORK ORDERS, INSPECTIONS, AND SAFETY DISCREPANCIES TO BE CORRECTED, RESULTING IN ZERO DISCREPANCIES NOTED DURING THE 2017 CNIC IG FACILITIES INSPECTION. PETTY OFFICER MAXWELL'S EXCEPTIONAL PROFESSIONALISM, UNRELENTING PERSEVERANCE AND LOYAL DEVOTION TO DUTY REFLECTED CREDIT UPON HER AND WERE IN KEEPING WITH THE HIGHEST TRADITIONS OF THE UNITED STATES NAVAL SERVICE.