Department of Corrections
Sabrina Farris Promoted to District 18 Assistant Supervisor in Division of Probation & Parole
Kentucky Department of Corrections Director of Probation & Parole Tim Carman today announced the promotion of Sabrina Farris to assistant supervisor of District 18 in Louisville. District 18 is one of four supervision districts in Jefferson County. Farris assumed her new duties April 1.
"Sabrina has been engaged and very active in working in the leadership program and takes on any task she has been asked to do,” said Carman. “She has a great work ethic, is well prepared and will be a great asset to this district and to the division as we move forward.”
Farris began her career with the Department of Corrections July 1999 as a correctional officer at the Luther Luckett Correctional Complex. In 2000 she was promoted to classification and treatment officer and by October 2000 was promoted to probation and parole officer in Jefferson County’s west office. During her tenure with Probation and Parole, Farris has served as an EEO representative and as a member of the ACA Mock Audit Team. In addition to this, she was involved in the Commissioner’s Executive Leadership Program in 2006 and was a mentor for the 2011-2012 Commissioner’s Executive Leadership Program. Most recently, she has worked as a specialized sex offender officer and job resource officer for District 18.
Farris is a 1998 graduate of Murray State University where she earned a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice. She is currently working toward her master’s degree at Indiana-Wesleyan University.