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Native promoted in parole system
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ATLANTA — Darryl McGee has been promoted to regional director of the Southeast Region for the State Board of Pardons and Paroles. McGee is a native of Hinesville.
After being honorably discharged from the U.S. Army in 1992, McGee attended and graduated from St. Leo University in 1996, earning a bachelor’s of arts degree in human resource administration.
He began his career with the board on June 1, 1996, as a parole officer in the Brunswick Parole Office and later advanced to the position of senior parole officer in December 1997. His assignments with the board include serving as electronic monitoring specialist, sex offender specialist, district arrest team coordinator and Southeast RET field representative.
In 2000, McGee became a POST certified instructor. During his tenure with the board, he continued his education by obtaining a master’s degree in psychology from Troy State University in 2003.
In March, 2003, he was promoted to chief in the Brunswick Parole Office. In March 2007, McGee transferred and became the chief parole officer in the Savannah Parole Office.
In announcing the appointment, Field Operations Director Jay Lacienski said, “Throughout his tenure with our agency, Darryl has distinguished himself with his professionalism, integrity and dedication to public safety. He will be a true asset as the Southeast regional director.”

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