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Employment History

Deputy Warden of Community Corrections

Northampton County Prison


Operations Division, Supervisor

Northampton County Government Center


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www.pennlive.com

"I think the more tools that you have that make yourself employable, the better are your chances of staying out of jail," said Roger Bulava, deputy warden of community corrections at Northampton County Prison.


www.northamptoncounty.org [cached]

Roger Bulava 610-923-4410 Operations Division Supervisor


www.cecintl.com [cached]

In attendance at the ceremony were Roger Bulava, Deputy Warden, John Robinson, Vice Chairman of the Prison Advisory Board, Mary Rose Worthington, CEC Southeast Regional Director, Melissa Weglarz, CEC State Director of Inpatient Treatment Service, and Steve Tomlin, CEC Director of Program Accountability along with numerous CEC and Northampton County staff members.


www.pennlive.com

A director with Aramark, the prison's food-service provider, started training two inmates this week, acting Warden Roger Bulava said.The program will last six months and more inmates will eventually be added as trainees, Bulava said.


www.mcall.com

Acting Warden Roger Bulava said inmates began complaining of vomiting and diarrhea Wednesday evening.State and local health officials were notified and Bulava said stool samples are being sent out for testing.In addition, testing will be done on inmate food, if necessary.The prison typically keeps several sample trays from each meal, so the food can be tested if needed.Bulava said the complaints subsided enough by Friday morning to resume normal activities at the jail on S. Union Street in Easton.Bulava said there were no reported problems among staff, who have access to inmate meals.


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