|WADOC promotes corrections veteran|
|By Jim Montalto, News Editor|
After serving 24 years with the Washington State Department of Corrections, Patrick Glebe has become the new Stafford Creek Corrections Center superintendent. Prior to his appointment, he was the facility’s acting superintendent and associate superintendent.
Glebe began his career in 1985 as a WADOC corrections officer. Through his career he worked as sergeant, classification counselor and captain at Stafford Creek and at various facilities within the Monroe Correctional Complex.
“Pat is an exceptionally experienced administrator who has been responsible for diverse offender populations, including sex offenders, chronically mentally ill people, and inmates whose poor behavior earned them our prisons’ most secure placement,” says Dick Morgan, the WADOC’s assistant secretary for prisons.
Glebe has been trained in SWAT team tactics and FBI operations command techniques. He also has leadership training from the National Institute of Corrections. He has a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice from City University in Bellevue.
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