FCI Aliceville Warden Speaks to Rotary Club

Submitted by Sparrow Estes on Tue, 05/01/2018 - 12:17

FCI Aliceville Warden, Patricia Bradley, spoke to the Aliceville Rotary Club at their weekly meeting April 24.

BY GENA HUFF, Editor

Patricia Bradley, Warden for the Federal Correctional Institution (FCI) Aliceville, spoke with the Aliceville Rotary Club at their weekly meeting April 24. Bradley was introduced by club member Andrea Ellis. Bradley began her career with the Federal Bureau of Prisons in 1994 as a correctional officer at the Federal Correctional Institution in Greenville, Ill. Bradley has had numerous positions with increasing responsibility with eight other federal institutions located across the country. Prior to arriving at FCI Aliceville in January of 2017, Bradley served as an associate warden at the correctional complex in Yazoo City, Miss.

“I would like to thank the Rotary Club for inviting me and the executive staff to provide our community partners with an update on the issues and projects we have going on at FCI Aliceville,” began Bradley. She introduced her executive staff to the club.

“The newest member of our executive staff is Associate Warden Albert Thomas III, who came to us in January,” said Bradley. Thomas is a native of South Haven, Mich., and a 19-year veteran with the Bureau of Prisons.

Associate Warden Marcus Massingale joined the FCI Aliceville staff in June of 2017. Massingale is an Alabama native and graduated from Alabama State University. He has 29 years of Bureau of Prisons experience.

Executive Assistant/Camp Administrator Laconya Williams helped in the activation of FCI Aliceville. Williams is from Miami, Fla., and has 20 years of Bureau of Prisons experience.

After the introductions, Bradley began her talk about the makeup of FCI Aliceville, some of the programs offered to inmates, and dispelled some rumors that had been circulating regarding the prison.


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