From Left to Right: Officer Scott Jewett, Senator Manning, DRC Director Gary Mohr, and LCI Warden Kimberly Clipper
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State Senator Gayle Manning (R–North Ridgeville) today presented a resolution to Scott Jewett, a corrections officer at Lorain Correctional Institution (LCI) for being named as the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction’s 2014 Correction Officer of the Year. Officer Jewett was recognized for his initiative in designing safety-based systems and his role as a Strategic Response Team Squad Leader on LCI’s tactical response team. Officer Jewett is also very active in his community with the First Congregational Church.

“Officer Jewett sets a great example for everyone in our community," said Manning. "He has displayed great leadership at LCI and has taken initiatives to make sure it runs as safely and efficiently as possible. He is so deserving of this award and I am honored to recognize him on the Senate floor today."

 
 
 
  
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