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Monroe And Other County Corrections Employees Win Awards For Outstanding Performance
April 21, 2018




Monroe Correctional Complex

Chronicle staff

(SNOHOMISH COUNTY, WA.) – Five state corrections employees working in Snohomish County have received Annual Agency Awards from the Washington State Department of Corrections.

They received the awards Friday, April 20 during a ceremony in Tumwater.

Four of the employees work at the Monroe Correctional Complex - the second-largest prison in the state, housing 2,400 male inmates – and the fifth works at the department’s field office in Marysville, according to a statement released by the Wash. State Dept. of Corrections (DOC).

The awards recognize employees’ continuous work to improve public safety. A total of 74 DOC employees received agency awards out of a pool of 1,073 nominations.

The following awards were given to corrections employees in Snohomish County:

  • Community Corrections Officer of the Year: Marlanea Aspden, Community Corrections Officer, Marysville Field Office

  • Correctional Officer of the Year: Christopher Lee, Monroe Correctional Complex – Washington State Reformatory Unit

  • Employee of the Year: Christine Gomes, Psychologist, Sex Offender Treatment and Assessment Program, Monroe Correctional Complex – Twin Rivers Unit

  • Employee of the Year: Kirby Logan, Corrections and Custody Officer, Monroe Correctional Complex – Washington State Reformatory Unit

  • Supervisor of the Year: Mike Obenland, Superintendent A, Monroe Correctional Complex - Washington State Reformatory Unit

Award Descriptions:

Correctional Officer/Community Corrections Officer of the Year

Presented to an officer whose performance goes above and beyond normal requirements and who demonstrates their commitment to the department's goals and mission. This officer maintains a positive attitude, provides sound decision making, and a strong commitment to teamwork. S/he is an effective communicator, treating others with dignity, fairness, and respect. S/he is a positive role model and maintains professionalism at all times.

Employee of the Year

Presented to an employee who consistently exhibits superior job performance and displays a strong work ethic. This employee strives for continuous improvement, promotes alternatives to traditional thinking, and demonstrates creativity and innovation in accomplishing their duties. S/he is a strong team player with good communication skills, as well as being detail oriented, self-disciplined and not afraid to take initiative. This employee plays a vital role in contributing to a safe and supportive work environment.

Supervisor of the Year

Presented to an employee who is in a supervisory position, who consistently displays the highest standard of ethics and fairness. Fosters a culture that is based on organizational values and coaches staff to be successful. Establishes an atmosphere of mutual respect and trust, which encourages an open exchange of ideas. S/He is an effective communicator and clearly defines expectations. This supervisor holds others accountable, while providing ongoing feedback to improve employee job performance. They are diligent in recognizing individual employee and team contributions and accomplishments.


Congrats from the Chronicle to all recipients for a job well done!












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