New Kent Community Corrections warden named


DOVER - Kent County Community Corrections Deputy Warden Kent Raymond has been promoted to warden, according to a news release on Monday.

The Delaware Department of Correction said Kent County Community Corrections operates the statewide treatment facility for inmates sentenced to Level IV substance use disorder treatment, as well as all Kent County Level IV community work crews.

Mr. Raymond’s promotion took effect Sunday. He succeeds Scott Ceresini who in June was named warden of Sussex Correctional Institution.

“Warden Raymond is a proven leader who for three decades has played a key role in building our Kent County Community Corrections team and establishing our world-class Community Corrections Treatment Center”, Acting Chief of Community Corrections Heidi Collier said.

“He understands the specialized treatment and rehabilitation programs at the core of Kent County Community Corrections and the instrumental role it plays in driving reentry success and contributing to our public safety mission.”

Mr. Raymond has served his entire 31-year Department of Correction career for Kent County Community Corrections.

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