Department of Corrections
David Green Promoted to Deputy Warden at Little Sandy Correctional Complex
Kentucky Department of Corrections Deputy Commissioner Al Parke today announced the promotion of David Green to Deputy Warden of Security at the Little Sandy Correctional Complex (LSCC) in Sandy Hook. He officially assumes the post on August 16th.
“David Green should be an excellent fit for Deputy Warden of Security at LSCC. He has extensive experience in security at Eastern Kentucky Correctional Complex (EKCC) and Little Sandy, plus he has worked as a Unit Manger,” said Parke. “By his performance and dedication to duty he has demonstrated the promise of being an excellent deputy at LSCC.”
Green began his career in 1989 as a Correctional Officer at the EKCC in West Liberty. He was a member of the original group of officers hired when EKCC first opened. He was promoted through the security ranks at EKCC and held the positions of Correctional Sergeant, Lieutenant, Operations Lieutenant and Shift Captain. While at EKCC, Green also served as the Hostage Negotiations Team Leader. In 2005, Green was promoted to Unit Administrator II at the Little Sandy Correctional Complex (LSCC), where he again served as the Hostage Negotiations Team Leader. In 2010, he was promoted to Senior Captain at LSCC.
During his 21-year career Green has received many awards including the DOC Achievement Award and mulitiple supervisor of the quarter awards.
Green resides in Woodsbend with his wife, Barbara, and his youngest daughter, Lyndsey.