KENTUCKY COUNCIL ON CRIME AND DELINQUENCY

Officers & Directors

2022-2023 KCCD Executive Officers & Board of Directors
                                                                    

Cedric Coleman, KCCD State Board President

Cedric began his career with the Kentucky Department of Corrections Central Office IT/KOMS Helpdesk in January 2010 and currently serves as chairman for Corrections Employees Week (CEW).  Cedric has served multiple terms as President of the Capitol Chapter and has served three (3) terms as a state board member.


Kristy Hale, President Elect

Kristy started her correctional career in 2019 and is currently the Classification, Re-entry, and Transfer Coordinator as well as the Records Supervisor at the Lee Adjustment Center – CoreCivic. She earned a Bachelor’s Degree from Lindsey Wilson College in Human Services and Counseling and served as the cohort leader during her college career. During her career, she has been awarded the 2019 CoreCivic – Lee Adjustment Center Employee of the Year as well as the 2019 Adult Institutions Award and was recently designated as a Facility Duty Officer. She has served as the Red River Gorge KCCD Chapter President since 2020 and was the Chapter President Elect prior to that in 2019. When she isn’t performing her work duties or striving to raise funds for her local KCCD Chapter, she hikes with her family across Kentucky and road trips throughout the United States while photographing her journey for others to enjoy.  


Donald Shawn McKenzie, Past-President

Shawn began his career with the Department of Corrections in 1996 as a Classification and Treatment Officer at the Eastern Kentucky Correctional Complex. He was promoted to Corrections Unit Administrator I in 2006, Corrections Unit Administrator II in 2008, and Deputy Warden in 2019.  Shawn was named Warden at the Little Sandy Correctional Complex in July 2022.  He is the former Work Program Director at E.K.C.C.

Shawn has been a member of the Kentucky Council on Crime and Delinquency (KCCD) since 2000. He co-wrote the chapters by laws and petitioned to have the Cave Run Chapter Charter reinstated in 2008.  Shawn has served as the Chapter President of Cave Run for six years, he has been on the State Board of Directors and the State President twice.  Shawn co-chaired Hospitality from 2014-2018 and has co-chaired the vendors committee for two years.            

                      


Pamela Clayton, Secretary

Pamela began her career with the Department of Corrections in 2008 as a Correctional Officer at the Kentucky State Reformatory. She has also held the positions of Classification & Treatment Officer, Unit Administrator I & II, and Justice Program Administrator. She is currently the Branch Manager for the PREA Branch under the newly formed Compliance Division and is the PREA Coordinator for the DOC. She holds a Bachelors Degree in Psychology and a Masters Degree in Justice Administration, both from the University of Louisville. In addition to KCCD, Pam is also a member of the Southern States Correctional Association, where she currently serves as the state representative for Kentucky. Pam has served on the KCCD state board since 2017.  


Shannon Butrum, Treasurer

Shannon began her career with the Department of Corrections at the Kentucky Correctional Institution for Women in 2001 as a Correctional Officer. She has also held the positions of Sergeant, Lieutenant, Training Coordinator and Procedures Development Specialist II.  She is currently the Assistant Director of the newly formed Compliance Division, supervising the Accreditation, PREA, Safety, Contract Management and Program Credit Branches.  Shannon is a member of Southern States Correctional Association, Correctional Peace Officer Foundation and American Correctional Association and has been a member of Kentucky Council on Crime and Delinquency since 2007.  Shannon has served on the KCCD State Board since 2018 and received the Mary Frances Cooper award in 2022.  


David Bradley, Director

David began his career with the Kentucky Department of Corrections in 2005 as a Classification & Treatment Officer at the Little Sandy Correctional Complex. He has also held the positions of Network Analyst I, Corrections Unit Administrator I & II and Education Branch Manager.  He currently serves as Deputy Warden at the Little Sandy Correctional Complex. 

During his time in Corrections, Bradley has been a member of the LSCC Hostage Negotiation Team, institutional liaison for the Kentucky Offender Management System (KOMS), Network Analyst, and PREA Compliance Manager.  Bradley received the LSCC employee of the month in May 2006, the EKCC Employee of the Month twice in 2008 and in 2011, and the Governor’s Ambassador Teamwork Award in 2012.

He has been an active member of KCCD, serving as President of the Cave Run Chapter twice, and serving on the Board of Directors multiple times.  He served as President of the State Board in 2016 and 2020 and received the Mary Frances Cooper award in 2012 and 2013.  David is also a member of the Southern States Correctional Association and several local organizations. 


Mark Noble, Director

Mark Noble began his career with the Department of Corrections in 2008 as a Correctional Officer at Eastern Kentucky Correctional Complex. In 2013 he was promoted to a Production Coordinator with Kentucky Correctional Industries at the Eastern Kentucky Correctional Complex location. Mark was promoted again in 2014 to Operations Manager for Kentucky Correctional Industries.

Mark has been a member of Kentucky Council on Crime and Delinquency since 2011. Mark served as President for the Cave Run Chapter in 2019-2020 and served on the Silent Auction Committee for the State Board during that time. He was elected to the State Board in 2020-2021 and again 2021-2022 serving as Chair of the Programs Committee.

Mark is a graduate of the 2015 Commissioner’s Executive Leadership Program. In 2018 he received the Kentucky Correctional Industries Operations Manager of the year award.


Missy Howard, Director

Missy began her career with the Kentucky Department of Corrections on November 16, 2010, at Eastern Kentucky Correctional Complex as an Office Support Assistant II.  In 2011, she promoted to Administrative Specialist II and in 2013 promoted to her current position, Administrative Specialist III.  She was a recipient of employee of month in 2010 and 2015, and supervisor of the year the first quarter of 2020.  She received the Commissioners achievement award in 2015 and graduated from EKCC Leadership S.A.I.L program in July 2018.  In 2020 she was the recipient of  the Mary Francis Cooper award.   She has been a member of KCCD since 2012 and served as President of the Cave Run Chapter in 2018 and 2020.    She has served as a board of director for the state KCCD since 2015.  Missy is a member of Southern States Correctional Association.   She has a big passion to help others and is always willing to go that extra mile to accomplish a job.  


Chrissy Lindon, Director

Chrissy began her career with the Department of Corrections in 2011 as an Office Support Assistant II in the Restrictive Housing Unit, Meritorious Housing Unit, and the Minimum Security Unit . In 2014, she was promoted to Administrative Secretary for the Deputy Warden of Programs. In 2016, she was promoted to Classification and Treatment Officer. In 2019, she was promoted to Corrections Unit Administrator I. In July 2021, she was promoted to Corrections Unit Administrator II. During her time at EKCC, she has worked intake, orientation, re-entry preparation dorm, minimum security unit, Meritorious Housing, and Restrictive Housing Unit. She assisted with opening the Transition Unit Program at EKCC, as well as converting a general population dormitory into an additional Restrictive Housing Unit. She has remained over the TU Program at EKCC since January 2018. A 2014 graduate of Morehead State University, Lindon earned her bachelor’s degree in University Studies. She earned employee of the month in 2018. She was a member of the facility’s Crisis Negotiation Team for 2018 and an active member of the EKCC Corrections Emergency Response Team and is a current Assistant Squad Leader.

Chrissy began membership of the Cave Run Chapter in 2012. She became the chapter secretary in 2013-2015, Chapter treasurer 2016-2017, Chapter Vice-President in 2018, and Chapter President in 2019 and President of KCCD Cave Run Chapter in 2021. She was an elected KCCD State Board Member 2020-2021. 


Brandy Aston, Director

Brandy began her career with the Kansas Department of Corrections in 2009 as a Correctional Officer at the Lansing Correctional Facility in Leavenworth, Kansas. She then transferred to the Kentucky Department of Corrections in 2010 and spent the next 8 years working in various roles within Security, Intake, and then Internal Affairs at the Kentucky Correctional Institution for Women. Brandy is currently a Training Coordinator in the Curriculum Branch of the Division of Corrections Training. Brandy is an Ambassador for Donate Life Kentucky, 3-year Resolutions Committee Chair for the Southern States Correctional Association, and was Secretary for the Kentucky Council on Crime and Delinquency Louisville Chapter in 2021-2022.  


Rhonda May, Director

Rhonda began her career with the Department of Corrections at Little Sandy Correctional Complex in April 2014.  She promoted to Classification and Treatment Officer in October 2016 and Corrections Unit Administrator I in February 2022.  She held the position of ADA Coordinator for 2 years, Assistant PREA Compliance Manager for 1 year, and is currently Grievance Coordinator.  She has been a member of the Kentucky Council on Crime and Delinquency since 2018 and served two terms as Chapter President for the Laurel Gorge Chapter and one term on the State Board.


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