Warden E. Banks Speaks at BCC
ST. CLAIRSVILLE – Junior and senior students of the Belmont Career Center were given the opportunity to hear first hand the duties of a Warden in the Ohio correctional system. On Wednesday December 11th, Warden Edward Banks of the Noble Correctional Institution visited the school and addressed the Law Enforcement Class in what has become an annual presentation.
For the past six years, class commander Brandt Mazeroski has incorporated Banks’ experience into the class curriculum. In addition to an informal question and answer session, students were briefed on employment criteria, organizational culture and institutional operations. The warden said that he hoped that the professional working relationship that he and Mazeroski had developed has been helpful to the students at the Career Center.
“I look forward to this event each year as it provides an opportunity to hopefully assist the students with future career decisions and share the vision of our agency, said Banks.”
Banks took over the Warden position in Noble County after serving 10 months as warden in Nelsonville, Ohio at the Hocking Correctional Facility.
A Cadiz native, Ed has worked with the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction since 1994.