Central Maryland Correctional Facility announces Employees of the Month for July, 2011
TOWSON, MD (August 9, 2011) – Central Maryland Correctional Facility (CMCF) is proud to announce its employees of the month for July, 2011. An employee is chosen from each shift:
Facility Administrator Casey Campbell chose Officer Evette Robinson from the 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. shift. Officer Robinson has worked for the Division of Correction (DOC) since November, 1993. Officer Robinson does an outstanding job as back up Operations Officer. She is dependable and works well with her co-workers. Her meticulous attention to the job at hand is an asset to the facility.
Sergeant Charles Cephas was chosen from the 3 p.m. to 11 p.m. shift. Sergeant Cephas has been with the DOC since June, 1993. Sergeant Cephas shows initiative and drive while constantly volunteering to assist his fellow officers to ensure that all daily tasks are completed. He brings an abundance of knowledge and ability to his shift.
Officer Valentine Ning was chosen from the 11 p.m. to 7 a.m. shift. Officer Ning joined the DOC in April, 2001. Officer Ning consistently performs his duties in a diligent and efficient manner. He accepts additional assignments as needed and displays effective inmate management skills. Officer Ning’s work ethic sets a good example for his co-workers. He also achieved perfect attendance in July.
Located in Sykesville, Maryland, Central Maryland Correctional Facility (CMCF) houses about 500 adult male inmates and has approximately 120 employees. CMCF serves the citizens of Maryland by providing inmates a secure environment, program opportunities in the areas of cognitive behavioral management, substance abuse treatment and employment readiness in preparation for successful re-entry into the community.