From The Daily Commercial (Leesburg, FL) comes newsof change in the leadership at FCC Coleman:
Charles L. Lockett is the new warden at the Federal Correctional Complex (FCC) in Coleman, the largest federal prison complex in the nation.[…]
Lockett began his career with the Federal Bureau of Prisons in December 1987 as a correctional officer at the Federal Correctional Institution (FCI) Fort Worth, Texas. Since then, he has held various positions of increasing authority, including serving as a contracting officer at FCI Tallahassee; supervisory contract specialist/assistant controller at the Metropolitan Correctional Center (MCC) in Miami and FCI Fort Worth; controller at MCC in Chicago; executive assistant and camp administrator at FCI Manchester, Ky.; and associate warden at FCI Morgantown, West Va., and FCC Petersburg, Va.
Lockett is not new to FCC Coleman, having served as deputy warden for two years after being tapped for that position in 2005. In October of 2007, he was selected as the senior deputy regional director for the North Central Region, Kansas City. In July 2009, he was selected as the Warden at FCC Terre Haute, Ind., and has subsequently returned to FCC Coleman as warden.[…]
FCC Coleman is composed of five separate components: an administrative (shared services) facility, a male low-level security, a male medium-level facility with a female satellite camp and two high-level security facilities.