Congratulations go out to Sergeant Quintin Dennis and Corporal Timothy Mulligan for being named the 2016 Worcester County Correctional Officers of the Year during the annual Maryland Correctional Administrators Association Conference this summer.
“I am so very proud of the great job done by the officers and staff at the Worcester County Jail, so when we have the opportunity to recognize their excellence it’s exciting,” Warden Garry Mumford said. “The Correctional officers at any correctional facility have the awesome responsibility of serving, managing and safeguarding the welfare of inmates each and every day, and our Officers here at the Worcester County Jail do it in such a way that all of us should be proud.”
Dennis, who joined the team at the County Jail in 2000, is a Berlin native who earned an Associate of Arts Degree in Criminal Justice from Wor-Wic Community College and has earned a number of specialized certifications, including Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) Investigator Certification.
Mulligan is a Snow Hill native who joined the team at the County Jail in 2010 after serving our nation and completing a tour of duty as a soldier in the United States Army. Both men are vital members of the County Jail team who perform their duties with integrity, honesty, and the highest level of commitment to serving their fellow officers and the inmates alike. These officers represent the philosophy of the Worcester County Jail and the motto of corrections to remain fair, firm, and impartial at all times.