North Carolina Department of Correction - Correction News - June 1999

Spotlight on Durham Correctional Center - page 3

Officer Rufus Gamble said he spent 20 years, three months, one hour and 55 seconds in the U.S. Marine Corps, all in food services, helping prepare meals for 4,000 troops. Here, he watches an inmate making pack-out lunches. Coston Johnson, officer in charge of the first shift, shows the fist-full of keys he is responsible for – the sergeant keys. The Durham native assigns officers to their posts, makes safety checks throughout the prison unit and makes sure inmates who are coming and going are searched. Senior Sergeant John Webb has worked at Durham Correctional Center for 27 years. He is a 33rd degree Mason, second in command, and he holds key posts in his church, both of which take up all of his free time. At work, he oversees the clothes house operation, the supply house, and inmate pay outs and deposits.
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