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"Salute to Service"

I salute the staff of the Marion County Detention Center. They are committed to their duties, responsibilities, and are very much a part of providing public safety for the residents of our county. Staff members are continuously challenged with assessing risk and needs of each individual booked into our facility to include maintaining an orderly operation as well as an appropriate level of quality of life.

Corrections is a career for true professionals. These individuals take their duties seriously and I am pleased and excited about working with them and serving our county.

Barry Brady, Jailer


Tina Wright Lee (Classification and PREA Administrator) was born and raised in Loretto KY where she still resides. Tina has worked for the Detention Center for 17+ years. She worked as a security officer, intake, classification, REACH and SAP counselor. She graduated the University of the Cumberlandís in 2016 with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Minor in Criminal Justice. She intends to utilize her education and experience to maintaining, planning and advancing the facility and to serve the public. She has three children, Abbi Smothers, JT Lee and Zach Lee. Her parents are Clifton (Peewee) and Debbie Wright of Loretto. Her parental grandparents are the late Clifton Lee and Beulah Mae (Smothers) Wright of Gravel Switch. Her maternal grandparents are the late Leroy and Hazel Thompson of Loretto.

Irvin Mann (Chief of Security) graduated from Marion County High School in 1982. He joined the military following graduation and retired from the United States Army after serving 22 years. Irvin had various assignments within the military including supervision and management of military prisoners, and provided external security to confinement/ corrections facilities. Irvin joined Correction Corporation of America in 2009 where he was promoted to Captain and Special Operation Commander. After the closing of Marion Adjustment Center, he continued his employment with Corrections Corporation of America, serving in several assignments within the Private Prison sector throughout the United States. He has worked at six different adult male and female prisons, his past leadership roles include Unit Manager for a 248 bed Segregation Unit, Captain, Lieutenant and Correctional Counselor. Irvinís certifications include but are not limited to Special Operations and tactics, weapons and self Defense instructor. He joined the Marion County Detention Center in 2015 as shift commander. Irvin attributes his passion for Corrections and the military, and the drive to be successful, to his late father Gerald L. Mann who retired in 1975 from the United Army. Irvinís mother is Judy Dell Mann of Lebanon who is retired from the Marion County Health Department. Irvin is married to Sandra L. Mann of Louisville, they both currently reside in Marion County.

Jennifer Greenwell (Administrative Programs Director) graduated from Campbellsville University in 2007 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Psychology and Criminal Justice. She has ten years of experience in corrections and within the substance abuse counseling field. She began her career at Marion Adjustment Center in July of 2007 as an addiction treatment counselor in the substance abuse program, where she remained until its closing. Jennifer was hired at Marion County Detention Center in June of 2014 as an addiction treatment counselor, she was then promoted to the assistant director of the substance abuse program in February of 2016. She received her certification from the Kentucky Board of Alcohol and Drug Counselors in June of 2015. Jennifer was approved by the Board of Alcohol and Drug Counselors as a Clinical Supervisor in June of 2017. She is the daughter of Michael Harvey of Glouster, Ohio and Lucinda Williams of Campbellsville, Kentucky. She is married to Scott Greenwell of Lebanon his parents are Gary and Betty Greenwell of Lebanon. She has a five-year-old son, Jacob Greenwell and is an active member of the Lebanon Elementary Parent Teacher Organization.