Thursday, 05 30, 2013
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Jonathan Webb has been promoted to supervisor of the Division of Probation and Parole’s District 8. The announcement was made today by Michael Bolcas, acting director of the division. The promotion is effective June 1.
District 8 encompasses Clark, Madison, Montgomery, Bath, Rowan, Menifee, Powell, Estill, Lee, Wolfe, Owsley, and Breathitt counties. The district office is located in Mt. Sterling and there are field offices in Morehead, Campton, Irvine and Richmond.
“Jonathan Webb has the knowledge, skill and dedication required for this new position,” said Bolcas.
Webb is a graduate of Estill County High School and Eastern Kentucky University. He began his career with the Department of Corrections in 2001 as a correctional officer at Blackburn Correctional Complex. Two years later he moved to the department’s Division of Probation and Parole as an officer.
In 2006, Webb was promoted to assistant supervisor in District 9, Lexington, and transferred to District 8 in 2011. He participated in the Commissioner’s Executive Leadership Program in 2006 and was the District 9 Achievement Award winner the same year.
Webb is active in youth sports programs in Estill County. He has served on the Estill County Youth Football League Board of Directors for the last 5 years and is the current president of the league. He is also active in the agriculture industry of Estill County and is currently serving on the Estill County Extension Agriculture Leadership Council and the Estill County Extension Client Protection/Risk Management Committee.
He resides in Estill County with his wife Amanda and their three children. He and his family attend the Ivory Hill Baptist Church, in Irvine.