Department of Corrections
Brandy Harm Promoted to Deputy Warden at Blackburn Correctional Complex
Kentucky Department of Corrections Acting Deputy Commissioner Jim Erwin today announced the promotion of Brandy Harm to Deputy Warden of Programs at the Blackburn Correctional Complex (BCC) in Lexington. She officially assumes the post on November 16th.
“Brandy Harm is a dedicated professional with a strong work ethic as exemplified in her multiple duties during her tenure at BCFC,” said Erwin. “She will be a strong asset for BCC in her new role as a Deputy Warden.”
Harm began her career at the Bell County Forestry Camp (BCFC) on July 1, 2004 as a CTO I. She was promoted to CTO II on July 16, 2010 and remained at BCFC. Her duties have included Public Information Officer, Grievance Coordinator, Transfer Coordinator, IDO, Jaycees Coordinator, AA & NA Facilitator, STG Coordinator, PREA Coordinator, and ACA Team Member. Ms. Harm has also supervised the Inmate Dormitory and Classification Department as well as assisted with Internal Affairs investigations.
Harm is a 2003 Graduate of Union College in Barbourville, Kentucky where she earned her Bachelors Degree in Criminal Justice and Sociology. She is also a graduate of the 2009 Commissioner’s Executive Leadership Program.
Harm currently resides in Pineville, Kentucky but due to her promotion will be re-locating to Georgetown with her husband Ray.