Department of Corrections
Chip McIntyre Promoted to Assistant Supervisor in Division of Probation & Parole
Kentucky Department of Corrections Director of Probation & Parole Tim Carman today announced that Chip McIntyre was promoted to assistant supervisor of District 13 in Owensboro. District 13 has three field offices in Greenville, Henderson and Morganfield and covers nine counties including Crittenden, Daviess, Hancock, Henderson, McLean, Muhlenburg, Ohio, Union and Webster. McIntyre assumed his new duties April 1.
“Chip has displayed the skill sets and dedication necessary for leadership and his varied experiences should serve him well in his new role,” said Carman. “We are excited to be able to promote Chip and look forward to what he brings to the table as we move forward with advancing reentry and accomplishing our mission statement.”
McIntyre began his career with state government in 1998 as a youth worker with the Department of Juvenile Justice. In 2003 he came to the Department of Corrections as a probation and parole officer in Henderson County. During his time with the department, McIntyre’s duties have varied from supervising a regular caseload to working with the special populations of drug court and sex offender cases. He has also served as the jail Class D officer, has prepared presentence investigation reports and supervised the home incarceration program offenders.
McIntyre is a 2003 graduate of Western Kentucky University where he earned a bachelor of arts degree in sociology with a minor in criminology. He is also an United States Air Force veteran, as well as the recipient of the 2008 District 13 Achievement Award.