Supervisor of the Year 2016 Cpl. Leon Hill

 

Allegany County Detention Center is proud to recognize sixteen -year correctional veteran Cpl. Leon Hill as Supervisor of the Year 2015. His career began on July 1, 2000.  He was promoted to Corporal on November 24, 2002.  Cpl. Hill is currently assigned to the 0800 – 1600 shift.

 

Cpl. Hill makes sound decisions, doesn’t get overly excited and keeps everyone’s stress level down when he is in charge.  He helps out as much as possible when Booking is busy.  When relieving an officer on the Housing Unit, he handles inmate issues respectfully, without undermining the Housing Unit officer’s decision, which can require a high level of diplomacy.  Along with his supervisory duties he must also take care of post assignments and vacation requests, which can be overwhelming.

 

In closing, Cpl. Hill is dependable, flexible and a very valuable asset to our facility. He sets a high standard for others to follow and we are honored to distinguish him as the Allegany County Detention Center Supervisor of the Year.

 

Officer of the Year 2016 Jennifer Rummer

Allegany County Detention Center is proud to recognize five -year correctional veteran, Officer Jennifer Rummer as Officer of the Year 2015. Her career began on February 21, 2011.  Officer Rummer is currently assigned to the 1600 – 2400 shift. She is assigned to all posts including housing units, control room, transportation, rover, and Field Training Officer.

 

Officer Rummer has been cited by her peers for her positive attitude and superior work ethic.  Comments include:  “always goes above and beyond to ensure that all policies and procedures are followed in every facet of her job”; “great interpersonal communication skills”, and a “problem solver”.

 

Officer Rummer is an inspiration to all, showing professionalism and a positive attitude at all times.  She is always prepared and arrives for her shift eager and willing to take on any task.  She sets a good example for new staff and assists with their training whenever the need arises.

 

In closing, Officer Rummer is dependable, flexible and a very valuable asset to our facility. She sets a high standard for others to follow and we are honored to distinguish her as the Allegany County Detention Center Officer of the Year.

Allegany County Sheriff's Office

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Patrol Office:

695 Kelly Road

Cumberland, MD 21502

301-777-1585

Detention Center:

14300 McMullen Hwy

Cumberland, MD 21502

301-729-8540 ext # 227

Alternative Sentencing:

30 rear Washington Street

Cumberland, MD 21502

301-729-4132

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