|Four apply talents to Wisconsin facilities|
|By Jim Montalto, News Editor|
In response to the increasing complexities in corrections and prison management, Wisconsin Department of Corrections Secretary Rick Raemisch recently reassigned four of his wardens to different institutions.
“All four of these Wardens are talented and respected leaders who add value to the institutions they oversee,” Raemisch said in a statement. “I am confident they will continue to lead with professionalism and dedication.”
Current Kettle Moraine Correctional Institution Warden, Larry Jenkins, will replace Jeff Endicott as warden for the medium security Redgranite Correctional Institution. Endicott retired in December 2007.
Ana Boatwright, former warden at Wisconsin Women’s Correctional System, is now warden for the New Lisbon Correctional Institution, a medium-security facility.
Maximum-security Dodge Correctional Institution Warden, Cathy Jess, has become the new warden for the Wisconsin Women’s Correctional System. She will oversee the Taycheedah Correctional Institution, which holds maximum-and medium-security inmates, and manage three minimum-security women’s facilities. Replacing Jess will be previous New Lisbon Correctional Institution warden, Tim Lundquist.
“Wardens Jenkins, Boatwright, Lundquist and Jess are tremendous leaders, and their talents and commitment will further advance our department’s mission of public safety,” Raemisch added. “I look forward to working with them in their new executive roles.”
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