Staff Making a Difference
The Bureau of Community Corrections (BCC) frequently recognizes staff contributions. However, each quarter, a BCC staff person who has gone above and beyond their regularly assigned duties gets their photo and name engraved on a plaque that hangs at BCC headquarters in Harrisburg.
First Quarter (January to March 2019)
Wernersville CCC Monitor Carl Reidler was named the BCC employee for the first quarter of 2019. CCCM Reidler was selected due to his work with the body scanner located at Wernersville. He has demonstrated the ability to recognize suspected contraband by utilizing the body scanner and has recorded multiple finds of contraband. Pictured left to right are BCC Director Daniel McIntyre, CCCM Reidler and Center Director Anne Barton.
Second Quarter (April to June 2018)
Administrative Officer Jen Henry was selected for her tireless efforts and positive attitude she displays on a daily basis to support the Bureau. She was the driving force behind coordinating a multiple agency drug awareness training. These trainings were met with such success that the Bureau will be bringing them back to ensure that all staff and fellow agencies are well trained and can continue to combat the ever changing drug trends throughout the Commonwealth. Administrative Officer Henry is a testament to us all, showing that coordinating with other agencies only makes us all stronger. Pictured are BCC Director Daniel McIntyre, AO Jen Henry, Security and Training Major Michael Gourley and Deputy Director Programs and Administration Luis Resto.
First Quarter (January to March 2018)
Monitor Jason Cummings was selected for his work with the reentrants. Monitor Cummings saved two lives by using NARCAN and was also actively involved with the consolidation committees and volunteering to attend instructor courses. Monitor Cummings is a testament to all BCC staff by demonstrating that one person can make a difference each and every day in the lives of others. Pictured are BCC Director Daniel McIntyre, Monitor Jason Cummings, Deputy Director Luis Resto and Regional Director Richard Dreisbach.