Marion Co. prosecutor names coordinator for drug intervention program

Sadye Matula

An unique who is both properly revered and properly related in Marion County has been preferred to guide a new software created by the Marion County Prosecutor’s Business. Bishop Corredon Rogers has been appointed to be the coordinator of the prosecutor’s intervention program (PIP), according to Prosecutor Ray Grogan. The application […]

An unique who is both properly revered and properly related in Marion County has been preferred to guide a new software created by the Marion County Prosecutor’s Business.

Bishop Corredon Rogers has been appointed to be the coordinator of the prosecutor’s intervention program (PIP), according to Prosecutor Ray Grogan. The application will aim on reduced stage felony drug offenders, providing them the option to get their lives back again on track by way of treatment and counseling rather of ending up in jail. The coordinator will provide as a facilitator for system individuals, such as aiding them match up with a therapy service provider.

Grogan mentioned that Rogers provides a prosperity of experience to the position. Rogers labored for 25 many years as a corrections officer at the Marion Correctional Institution. He is the chaplain for the Marion Police Office, pastor and founder of New Hope Baptist Church in Marion, co-founder of the Hands of Hope for Housing initiative, and earlier president of the Interdenominational Ministerial Alliance of Marion. Also, Rogers has been acknowledged on numerous occasions for his function in the group, which includes currently being a recipient of the Citizens Effects Award from the Marion Law enforcement Department.

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