|North Carolina Department of Public Safety|
|For Immediate Release
October 3, 2001
|Contact: Keith Acree|
Hines named superintendent at Pamlico Correctional Institution
BAYBORO Ė Correction Secretary Theodis Beck has named Robert Hines as the new superintendent of Pamlico Correctional Institution.
"Robert Hinesí many years of experience and service to this department have prepared him well to take on this new challenge," said Secretary Beck. "I know he will be an efficient and effective leader for the staff at Pamlico."
Hines started his career with the Department of Correction in 1978 as a correctional officer at Greene Correctional Center in Maury. He later served as a lieutenant and captain at Eastern Correctional Institution and there he was promoted to assistant superintendent for custody and operations in 1991. In 1996, he moved to Wayne Correctional Center in Goldsboro as assistant superintendent for custody and operations.
"Iím looking forward to working with the staff at Pamlico, learning about the community and doing good business in Pamlico County," said Hines.
Hines is a native of Goldsboro and a graduate of Wayne Community College. He lives in Goldsboro with his wife Mary, a case analyst at Neuse Correctional Institution, and his two young sons. In his free time, he enjoys officiating high school baseball, basketball and football games across eastern North Carolina. He also serves as state treasurer for the American Correctional Association.
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Editors: A digital photo of Hines is available by calling the Public Information Office at 919-716-3727.
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