managers in Wake, Durham
and region offices
- Community Corrections Director Robert Guy has named new managers in
Wake and Durham county probation offices
and in the Smithfield
regional office, effective September 2.
Isaacs has been named as the assistant judicial division chief for
Community Corrections Division II, a 21-county region including Wake,
counties. Isaacs has been
serving since March as an interim assistant manager in Wake County.
She previously served as judicial district manager in District
16A, which covers Hoke and Scotland counties.
County, Margaret Brewer will be the new
judicial district manager overseeing a staff of 141 employees who
supervise approximately 7,400 offenders on community supervision.
Brewer previously served as a chief probation/parole officer in Wake County.
probation/parole officers Doris Colclough-Hardy and Jacqueline Murphy
are being promoted to serve as assistant judicial district managers in Wake County.
Colclough-Hardy previously served in Wayne County
and Murphy in Mecklenburg
County, John Lee is the new judicial
district manager, overseeing 86 employees who supervise more than 4,300
offenders on probation or parole.
Lee has been serving since May as the interim manager in
He previously managed District 9A, which covers Caswell and
Kelly and Anthony Taylor will serve as assistant judicial district
managers in Durham.
Kelly is being promoted from a chief probation/parole officer
position in Durham
previously served as an assistant judicial district manager in
began his new duties August 1.