Parole Services Attends Wabash Valley Night Out

(TERRE HAUTE) – Thursday the Indiana Department of Correction’s Division of Parole Services attended the Wabash Valley Night Out held at Fairbanks Park. The event is held annually to build the bond between the community and public safety personnel.

The parole staff volunteered their time handing out bubbles and glow bracelets to the children. Additionally, attendees were able to try-on a ballistic vest worn by agents and try-out the air horn and sirens on a parole vehicle. The goal is to develop a positive relationship between those that serve to protect our communities and those that reside in them.  

“The members of our parole division are dedicated employees of the Department and citizens of their community,” stated Parole Director Troy Keith. “I appreciate these staff members volunteering to be part of Wabash Valley Night Out.”


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Parole Agents Twyla Edinburgh and Travis Carter handed out bubbles and glow bracelets to the children at Wabash Valley Night Out.
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Parole Agent Twyla Edinburgh, District Supervisor Mitch Donick, District Supervisor Justin Noblitt, Parole Director Troy Keith and Agent Travis Carter at Wabash Valley Night Out.
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Travis Carter handed out bubbles and glow bracelets to the children at Wabash Valley Night Out.

The Indiana Department of Correction is currently seeking qualified candidates to join their team. To jump-start your career in corrections visit https://workforindiana.in.gov/ 

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