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December 2017

Mark Hart Award

                                                               MARK HART AWARD PRESENTED

Orangeburg Domestic Violence Agent Stephen Gregory was presented the Mark Hart Probation & Parole Agent of the Year Award by the Alston Wilkes Society at its annual Criminal Justice Awards luncheon recently. He is shown here with Orangeburg Agent-in-Charge Kimberly Brantley. Mark Hart was an Agent in the Spartanburg County office who died of cancer and the award was named in his honor.

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PPP Supervisor of the Year

Amanda Cooper is Supervisor of the Year at PPP! Amanda is the supervisor for the Fugitive Information & Offender Surveillance (FIOS) Section. 

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November 2017

Nov. 17, 2017 CJA Graduation

Criminal Justice Class 673 completed its 12-week session Friday and PPP had four members of the class (left to right): DeJohnta Baxter, Dorchester County; Candice Benson, Lancaster; Lola Robinson, Sumter; Justin Sellers, Richland; and Deputy Director for Field Operations Mike Nichols. 

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Employee of the Year

Cheryl Martin is Employee of the Year for PPP. Cheryl is an Offender Supervision Specialist in the York County Office. She is shown here receiving her plaque with Director Jerry Adger.

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Greenville County Receives Office of Excellence Award

Greenville County is the 2017 Office of Excellence for PPP. The staff of the office is shown here with the plaque they received. The nomination form for the Greenville Office award noted that "over the past year, the office has been able to improve performance, looks, classroom areas and programs. We strive to make lives better." The number of partnerships with the local drug and alcohol abuse commission has grown to eight ... the absconded caseload has been reduced while services to offenders increased. "We teach and train on integrity and respect for all people."

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