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West Region DCAs Meeting:
08/15/17 @ 2:00pm ET: Agenda / Calendar
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Anmarie Aylward is Assistant Secretary of Community Corrections. She has been active in this position for 4 years. Anmarie was appointed to community corrections based on her success in several divisions, programs and with legislative implementations over the years. Anmarie is a proud public servant and has been for over 25 years with the Department of Corrections. Beginning her tenure as a Research Analyst then moving through direct services particularly in prisons and treatment then offender change many of Anmarie’s successes and challenges focus on the management and treatment of sex offenders in the system and in the community. Anmarie has expertise in transition of offenders and the management of sex offenders. She has extensive external stakeholder work in these areas. Her focus as Assistant Secretary has been on relationships and communication.
Anmarie began her career in criminal justice in her native Chicago Illinois with the Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority after completing her Master’s Degree in Sociology at Northern Illinois University. While she has an affinity for Chicago Anmarie moved west making a home in western Washington for over 26 years. Those years have been punctuated with a strong family life. Anmarie values her husband and 4 sons, all native Washingtonians.
Anmarie has been active in and benefitted from the National Institute of Corrections, Executive Excellence Program, Harvard’s John F. Kennedy School of Government and The Cascade Center for Public Service and Leadership. Anmarie maintains active memberships in the Association of Treatment for Sexual Abusers (ATSA), Executives of Probation and Parole, Association for Probation and Parole, Interstate Commission for Adult Offender Supervision (ICAOS) to name a few.
Jeremiah has spent 17 years working in the public safety field. He began his career working with juveniles in a variety of settings including detention, residential treatment, and alternative schools. After that, he was a Community Justice Manager for the Multnomah County Department of Community Justice where he supervised the Drug Court Program, Domestic Violence Unit, and Local Control. In 2009, he became the Executive Director of the Oregon Board of Parole & Post-Prison Supervision. Shortly after that, Governor John Kitzhaber appointed Jeremiah as a member of the Board of Parole. In 2012, Jeremiah joined the Oregon Department of Corrections as the Assistant Director of Community Corrections where he oversees Parole & Probation Funding, Legislation, Policy, and Supervision. In addition, he is responsible for the Interstate Compact, Jail Inspections, and serves on a variety of task forces focused on Human Service Delivery and Public Safety.