Department of Corrections
Brian Patterson Promoted to Assistant Supervisor in Probation and Parole District 16
Division of Probation and Parole Director Roberto Rodriquez today announced the promotion of Brian Patterson to assistant supervisor of District 16 in Louisville. District 16 covers the northeast section of Jefferson County. Patterson assumes his new duties today.
“Officer Patterson has seen it all,” said Rodriguez. “He has dedicated many years of service to our division and continues to be a motivator for many of our young officers. Simply putting it, he gets involved and will be an asset to District 16. I am pleased he is joining an effective young team.”
Patterson began his career with the Department of Corrections as a probation and parole officer in 2002. He initially wrote presentence investigation reports in District 4. He transferred to District 19 as a supervision officer and most recently served as a sex offender officer. Patterson has experience with regular felony supervision and has also assisted as needed with halfway house parolee supervision in Louisville. He has served as a field training officer and wrote two of the training modules used statewide.
Patterson is a 1986 graduate from Central Missouri State University with a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice administration. He is scheduled to complete his master’s degree in May 2016 at the University of Central Missouri. He is also a colonel in the United States Army Reserve. Patterson performs his reserve duties at the Pentagon and Army Operations Center and is the deputy director of the Army Reserve Domestic Operations Division.