Brad Hompe is a Corrections Specialist From Wisconsin

June 21, 2018
 
During his long career with the Wisconsin Department of Corrections (WI-DOC), Brad Hompe has done nearly every job that exists in the corrections environment and he has performed just about every task. Even before he was a warden, he managed to work his way up the ladder, landing on every rung along the way. He started out as a corrections officer, was promoted to Sergeant, Lieutenant, Captain, unit manager and deputy warden along the way. He also has served in the system as a jail inspector, an instructor and a trainer at various times throughout his tenure.

All of that experience has catapulted him into a status as a top-notch expert when it comes to prison operations. From his current position as a Corrections Complaint Examiner and Investigator for WI-DOC, Brad Hompe uses his accumulated experience to help systems improve their jail and prison operations. He also helps to lead the way when it comes to development and implementation of corrections programs. In fact, there are few better at leading development and managing changes than Brad Hompe, throughout Wisconsin and also nationally.

Brad Hompe Has Plenty of Corrections Experience

December 20, 2017
 
These days, Brad Hompe is considered a reliable expert in the area of prison operations. There is a reason for that; he has tons of practical experience in the corrections system, as he gained knowledge and skill by running virtually every aspect of prison and jail operations. Among the areas of corrections operations Brad has direct experience with include jail and prison planning and design, policy development, and training and evaluation program development and implementation. He also has experience developing programs dealing with use of force and incident management.

If that isn’t enough, Brad Hompe also has expertise when it comes to more everyday issues like food service, sanitation and maintenance, classification and supervision and even fire safety. However, in addition to leading the development and implementation of corrections programs, Brad also has provided a wide range of other services in prisons and jails throughout Wisconsin and nationally. All of that has come as he has served as a prison staff employee, as well as his time a jail inspector, an instructor and trainer with the Wisconsin Department of Corrections (WI-DOC).