Michelle Henry involves Cuyahoga County after serving as Warden Assistant on the Lorain Correctional Establishment.
CLEVELAND — The troubled Cuyahoga County Jail is getting a brand new chief.
On Monday, County Government Armond Budish introduced the appointment of Michelle Henry as Cuyahoga County Warden.
Henry involves Cuyahoga County after most not too long ago serving as Correction Warden Assistant I on the Lorain Correctional Establishment. She carried out investigations, served as a liaison for out of doors legislation enforcement businesses, and carried out safety inspections and surveillance.
“I’m happy that Michelle Henry will probably be becoming a member of our jail management staff,” stated Budish in an announcement. “The staff could be very skilled and centered on the well being and security of our inmates and workers and I do know Henry will probably be a terrific addition.”
From 2008 to 2015, Henry served as Correction Specialist on the Lorain Correctional Establishment. As Correction Specialist, she supervised inmate housing models, facilitated inmate packages, every day actions and security and sanitation inspections. Previous to that, Henry served as Corrections Captain on the Lorain Correctional Establishment. On this position, she was centered on jail administration, safety, scheduling, and evaluations and served as a correction lieutenant supervisor.
“Michelle brings 25 years of legislation enforcement and prison justice expertise to the Cuyahoga County Jail. Her background in jail administration and worker supervision makes her extremely certified for this place,” stated Ronda Gibson, Administrator of Corrections for the Cuyahoga County Sheriff’s Division. “I’m happy to welcome her to the position of Cuyahoga County Warden, and I look ahead to working together with her.”
Henry will substitute Gregory Croucher, who resigned in April after solely eight months on the job. He cited private causes for his abrupt departure. Croucher had been employed to interchange Eric Ivey, who pleaded responsible final 12 months to expenses of obstruction of justice and falsification.
9 inmates have died on the Cuyahoga County Jail because the begin of 2018. The ability has since discovered itself on the middle of an enormous scandal involving alleged corruption and mistreatment of inmates. A scathing report from the U.S. Marshals service was adopted by a failed state inspection, and quite a few lawsuits have been filed accusing operators of denying inmates medical help, forcing inmates to sleep on the ground, and even serving meals with bugs in it.