This is a session from the Center for Evidence-Based Practice: Learning Institute, called "Evidence-Based Practice in Action," held at the Indiana Memorial Union at Indiana University, Bloomington on Wednesday, May 26th and Thursday, May 27th, 2010.
In this session, you'll hear from Mike Lloyd Director of Transitional Facilities and Community Based Programs, Indiana Department of Correction
Director Lloyd earned a bachelor’s degree with a double major from Indiana University. He has a twenty-six year career in corrections beginning as a correctional officer in Illinois. He worked there for three years before moving to Indianapolis in 1986. Director Lloyd's experience includes correctional counselor and case manager with the Indiana Department of Corrections, Center Director of Riverside Work Release, and Deputy Director of Operations at Marion County Community Corrections. At Marion County, he managed over 1000 offenders on home detention, 300 in work release programs, and 340 inmates housed in the jail annex. Superintendent Lloyd returned to the Indiana DOC in April of 2005 as the Director of Re-Entry, the Director of Work Release Services, and the Superintendent of Women’s Work Release. He was named the Superintendent of the Plainfield Re-Entry Educational Facility September 25, 2006 which he served until February 16, 2009. He is currently the Director of Transitional Facilities and Community-Based Programs overseeing the Community Corrections Programs, Community Transaction Programs, the state work release facilities, and the re-entry facilities.
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