Roberts is appointed to administrative post at detention...

Arundel Digest

March 22, 2001

Roberts is appointed to administrative post at detention center

William L. Roberts, a veteran county jail officer, has been named assistant correctional facility administrator for the Jennifer Road Detention Center in Annapolis.

Roberts began his career as a detention officer in 1982 and has served as a classification supervisor, manager of volunteer programs and supervisor for alternative sentencing. He is a graduate of Towson University with a degree in sociology and serves as a major in the Maryland Army National Guard.

In his new position, Roberts will oversee the inmate services bureau at Jennifer Road, which includes pretrial services, inmate classification and inmate records.

The assistant administrator position was vacated with the promotion last month of William H. Martin Jr. to administrator of the county's other jail, on Ordnance Road. Martin was promoted after the retirement of former administrator James O'Neill.

Cultural Arts Foundation names four as trustees

The Cultural Arts Foundation of Anne Arundel County, which disburses more than $350,000 annually for the arts, has announced the addition of four members to its board of trustees. The members, named to three-year terms, are:

Barbara Daniels of Annapolis, founder of the Business Development Committee for the Greater Severna Park Chamber of Commerce and owner of Side Street Framers. She has served as president of the Anne Arundel County Unit of the American Cancer Society, and as advisory board member of First Night Annapolis.

Felix Rosario of Edgewater, a retired personnel staffing specialist who formerly served as special assistant to the assistant secretary of the Army on matters affecting Hispanic soldiers, potential recruits and officers. He is an avid sailor and active with the Annapolis Opera.

Carol Boslet of Annapolis, a retiree who formerly worked as a legislative aide. She has been a member of the Annapolis Chorale and U.S. Naval Academy Chapel Choir, edited the Murray Hill Residents Association newsletter and writes news releases for the Annapolis Symphony.

Patricia Barland of Pasadena, program administrator for the county Office of Planning and Zoning and co-chairwoman of the Anne Arundel Community College Foundation gala last year.

Program offers parents, youths a tour of prison

The Anne Arundel County Police Department's youth activities unit is sponsoring a program through the state Department of Corrections offering children and their parents tours of Patuxent Institution in Jessup. The program includes classes on peer pressure, conflict resolution, drug use and decision-making.

The "Reason Straight" program is available to county children ages 10 and older. The first session begins Wednesday and continues April 4 and 11. The second session begins April 25 and continues May 2 and 9. All meet from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.

For more information or to apply, call Officer Rufus Gholson at 410-222-6657.

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