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Snyder appoints members to Community Corrections Board
April 19, 2011
Tuesday, April 19, 2011
Contact: Sara Wurfel
LANSING, Mich. - Gov. Rick Snyder today announced appointments to the Community Corrections Board. The Board advises the Department of Corrections in developing goals, criteria and guidelines for local governments in establishing community corrections programs and in determining grant guidelines for Comprehensive Corrections Plans. These plans are intended to provide safe, cost-effective alternatives to incarceration.
"These individuals will provide key insight that will help ensure appropriate and effective local corrections programs that also safeguard citizens," Snyder said.
Richard McKeon is appointed as the Director of the Department of Corrections, Larry Inman is reappointed to serve as chair and Paul Bailey and Jon C. Campbell are appointed.
Inman, of Williamsburg, is a member of the Grand Traverse County Board of Commissioners and Northwestern Regional Airport Commission. Inman has 28 years of experience in the financial industry and retired from Huntington National Bank in 2007. He previously served on the Northern Michigan University Board of Trustees. Inman earned a bachelor's degree from Northern Michigan University. He represents the general public.
Bailey, of Berrien Center, has served as sheriff for Berrien County since 2001. In his 30 years of law enforcement, Bailey has worked for the Schoolcraft, Stevensville and St. Joseph Township Police Departments, as well as the Berrien County Sheriff's Department. He graduated from Kalamazoo Valley Community College Police Academy. Bailey replaces Robert Pickell.
Campbell, of Otsego, is a member of the city of Otsego Police Department. He is also a member of the Allegan County Board of Commissioners and the Michigan Association of Counties Board of Directors. Campbell earned a bachelor's degree in public service administration from Siena Heights University and a master's degree in organizational management from Spring Arbor University. He replaces Bernard Parker.
Appointees serve four-year terms expiring March 31, 2015, and are subject to the advice and consent of the Senate.