|North Carolina Department of Public Safety|
March 14, 2001
|Contact: Tracy Little
Director of Public Information
Haynes named superintendent at Warren
J Haynes has been promoted to superintendent at Warren Correctional Institution, effective March 1.
In announcing the appointment, Secretary Theodis Beck praised Haynesí skills as a manager and leader. "J has a proven track record with strong management and supervisory skills. I am confident he will do an outstanding job managing the complex operations at Warren," said Secretary Beck.
For the past 16 months, Haynes has been superintendent at Caswell Correctional Center. Prior to that he served as superintendent at Blanch Correctional Institution.
Haynes said he is looking forward to returning home to Warren County, where he grew up and started his correctional career at Warren Correctional Center in 1980. Throughout his tenure with Correction he has steadily worked his way up the ranks, having worked as a correctional officer, bloodhound handler, sergeant and assistant superintendent. "I think leading Warren will present a new set of challenges for me as a superintendent. I look forward to working with the staff and building upon the many positive things already going on at the facility," Haynes said.
Prior to joining Correction, Haynes served three years with the 82nd Airborne Division in the U.S. Army. He earned an associate degree in criminal justice from Vance-Granville Community College in 1991. He is also a graduate of the Departmentís Correctional Leadership Development Program. In his spare time, Haynes likes to golf, hunt and spend time with his wife Patsy and their three children.
Warren Correctional Institution houses adult male inmates in medium and close custody.
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