Brad Hompe, MPA. JAIL AND PRISON OPERATIONS CONSULTANT

Stanley WI 54768 United States
7154290376

http://bradhompe.speedpr.com

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Brad Hompe - Prepared for the Job

August 25, 2017
 
Developing and implementing jail and prison programs is not an easy task. It takes someone with dedication and a willingness to adapt and learn continuously. Brad Hompe is just such a person. He has a long history of being employed as a prison employee, jail inspector, instructor/trainer and consultant. He has worked all over the country including the Wisconsin Prison System, the Wisconsin Jails and other jails nationally. The combination of these experiences has made him an asset to every institution he has been employed at and allows him to utilize his skills for the betterment of his employers, employees, and inmates.

Brad Hompe, Prison Expert

May 28, 2017
 
He has done virtually everything that can be done in a prison environment. During his time with WI-DOC, Brad Hompe worked his way up from corrections officer, becoming a Sergeant, a Lieutenant, and a Captain before becoming unit manager and deputy warden and, finally, warden. Brad Hompe also has a lot of education, as well as a number of certifications, showing that he knows exactly what he’s doing. For example, Brad has a Bachelor's Degree in criminal justice and psychology, which he earned from Winona State University, and he also has a Masters Degree in Public Administration (MPA), which he earned from the University of Wisconsin at Oshkosh.

Brad Hompe also has law enforcement certifications from schools in Minnesota and Wisconsin and a Firefighter I Certification, which he earned from Southwest Technical College in Fennimore, Wisconsin. When it comes to prisons, Brad Hompe has few peers as he currently serves as a Corrections Complaint Examiner and Investigator for the Wisconsin Department of Corrections (WI-DOC).

Brad Hompe, a Corrections Officer Profile

February 27, 2017
 
Brad Hompe has worked as a prison staff employee, but he has done a lot more. He has been a jail inspector, an instructor and trainer. Over the years, he has come to be seen as a top-notch expert when it comes to prison operations. That expertise comes about as a result of his experience in all aspects of jail operations, including jail and prison planning and design and policy development in many areas, including use of force, the development and implementation of training and evaluation and incident management. He also has expertise when it comes to food service, sanitation and maintenance, classification and supervision and even fire safety.

He is currently a Corrections Complaint Examiner and Investigator for the Wisconsin Department of Corrections (WI-DOC), but Brad Hompe has a lot of experience in all aspects of jail and prison operations. In addition to leading the development and implementation of corrections programs, Brad has provided a wide range of services in prisons and jails throughout Wisconsin and nationally. During his time with WI-DOC, Brad Hompe has done just about everything. In addition to his time as a warden, he worked his way up through the ranks, starting as a corrections officer, a Sergeant, Lieutenant, Captain, unit manager and deputy warden along the way.

Brad Hompe's also has a significant educational foundation to work from, with a Bachelor's Degree in criminal justice and psychology, which he earned at Winona State University in Minnesota and a Masters Degree in Public Administration (MPA) from the University of Wisconsin in the city of Oshkosh. In addition, Brad has been certified in law enforcement by Chippewa Valley Technical College in Eau Claire and Alexandria Technical College in Alexandria, Minnesota. If that’s not impressive enough, he is also certified as a Firefighter I, an honor he earned from Southwest Technical College in Fennimore, Wisconsin.

Brad Hompe as an instructional leader

November 10, 2016
 
Brad Hompe has crafted a successful career from serving the public. From firefighting to police work to significant service in jail and prison operations, Hompe has made his life’s career one devoted to others in varying capacities. And with that often comes an educational component, spreading his gained knowledge to others in the field so they, too, can grow and prosper with the same commitment to public service. Hompe has not only shared his earned expertise with others through a variety of conferences and speaking opportunities, but he has also served as an instructor in multiple capacities in the state of Wisconsin where he resides and works. There, he shares his education and experience with others as they learn about correctional fields, including jails and prisons.

In addition to work with the Wisconsin Department of Corrections -- where he now works as a Corrections Complaint Examiner/Investigator -- Brad Hompe has provided instruction for multiple colleges across the state. At Chippewa Valley Technical College in Eau Claire, he aided with the jail officer academy and in-service training. He provided the same services at Indianhead Technical College in Barron. At Globe University in Eau Claire, Hompe helped the students learn about corrections, criminology and criminal justice. In Racine, at Gateway Technical College, he worked with classes toward correctional processes. And in Ladysmith, at Mount Scenario College, instruction spanned subjects such as correctional institutions, criminology, crisis management, cultural diversity, public safety and police operations.