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Probation and Parole Officer of the Year is Brandi Chamberlain

Friday, November 30, 2018

Help us congratulate this year’s Probation and Parole Officer of the Year, Brandi Chamberlain. Chamberlain excels in all areas at ODOC and as a volunteer in her home town of Miami. She regularly shows leadership, organizational skills and commitment to task. 

She is a true team player and skilled trainer, training staff in topics from Narcan to self-defense. Her supervisors say she motivates offenders to change and gives them the best chance to succeed after prison. She also has a strong knowledge of standards and policy, often providing examples supporting American Correctional Association standards. 

She began her career with ODOC in 2003 as a Correctional Security Officer at Northeast Oklahoma Correctional Center. She’s also a former member of Northeast Oklahoma Correctional Center’s CERT, and a current volunteer with Craig County Emergency Management. Officer Chamberlain also coordinated her team’s participation in the Chili Cook-Off and Craig County Backpack Program, which raised $4,000 for 70 local children.

Director Joe Allbaugh, Probation and Parole Officer of the Year - Brandi Chamberlain and Chair Board Member Frank X. Henke, IV
Director Joe Allbaugh, Probation and Parole Officer of the Year - Brandi Chamberlain and Chair Board Member Frank X. Henke, IV
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