He took over on Sept. 1st.
Randy Martin, Director Of Inmate Services, Frederick County Adult Detention Center. (Photo from Frederick County Sheriff’s Office)
Frederick, Md (KM) There’s a new Director of Inmate Services at the Frederick County Adult Detention Center. The Sheriff’s Office has promoted Randy Martin to the position He has worked for 26 years with the local jail.
“I am pleased to announce the promotion of Randy Martin to Director of Inmate Services,” say Sheriff Chuck Jenkins, in a statement. “He has earned this promotion through his hard work and enthusiasm, and for always demonstrating excellence in the delivery of inmate services within the Adult Detention Center.”
As Director of Inmate Services, Martin will have direct oversight of all administrative duties regarding inmates, including parole hearings, jail programming, volunteers, contract staff, inmate grievances and requests for religious services and/or materials. .
The Sheriff’s Office says Martin has 24 years of experience, 20 years as assistant director of inmate services at the Detention Center and nearly three years of contact experience prior to that time. He holds a Master of Social Work in concentration-children, youth an families, and Bachelor of Arts with a major in criminal justice and a minor in sociology, both from Southern University at New Orleans.
“I want to thank Sheriff Jenkins for his unwavering trust and belief in me and what I bring to this agency,” Martin said in a statement. “He has always been one of may biggest supporters, and supports everything we try to do to help the inmates here at the FCADC. I want to thank Lt. Col. DeLauter and Major Cronise for their backing and belief in this position.”
Martin officially took over on September first.
By Kevin McManus