James River Correctional Center promotes 2 employees

The two have been employed at JRCC since 2015.

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James River Correctional Center recently promoted two employees.

Nathan Wolf accepted a promotion to captain effective June 1.

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Nathan Wolf
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Wolf was hired by JRCC as a correctional officer II on July 1, 2015. He received an Employee of the Month award in February 2016 and again in December 2017. He was promoted to correctional officer III (sergeant) in September 2017. In May 2018, Wolf was involved in saving the life of a resident and was given a Life Saving Award. He was promoted to lieutenant in October 2018.

Nickalaus Erickson has accepted a promotion to lieutenant effective July 1.

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Nickalaus Erickson
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Erickson was hired as a temporary correctional officer I on Jan. 1, 2015. On May 1, 2015, his position was changed to a temporary correctional officer II. In September 2016, Erickson moved into an authorized position as a correctional officer II. He was promoted to correctional officer III (sergeant) in February 2018. He was awarded Employee of the Month in March 2020.

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