North Carolina Department of Correction News - June 1999

Bobby Cagle heads District 30

MURPHY — Bobby Cagle was promoted to Judicial District Manager of District 30 in Cherokee County May 1. Cagle, a former chief probation and parole officer with District 30, replaces Ed Hendrix who retired from the Division of Community Corrections in November.

As JDM of District 30, he will oversee staff and operations in seven western counties including Haywood, Jackson, Macon, Swain, Graham, Clay and Cherokee.

"Within a relatively short period of time, Bobby Cagle has proven that he is a dedicated and effective leader within the Division of Community Corrections," Secretary Theodis Beck said. "His leadership skills will help ensure that the officers and staff of Judicial District 30 will continue to work as partners in the community to monitor the activities of offenders."

A graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Cagle received his bachelor’s degree in political science in sociology in 1989 and his master’s degree in social work in 1998. He began his career with the Department in 1991 as a probation and parole officer in Robbinsville. He was promoted to intensive case officer in 1994 and chief probation and parole officer in 1996.

Cagle serves on the Graham County Criminal Justice Partnership Advisory Board and was the former chairman of the Cherokee County Criminal Justice Partnership Advisory Board from 1996-1998.

As JDM, Cagle said he would like for the personnel in District 30 to build upon the district’s previous record of helping to rehabilitate offenders while protecting the community.

"I feel that, at least in part, this can be accomplished by improving interagency relationships with law enforcement, treatment providers and other community agencies throughout the district," he said.

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