Q&A: Strickland new jail warden

Chris Strickland, 42, is the new warden for the Joe Corley Detention Facility, located at 500 Hilbig St.

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Camilla

Houston, TX

#21 Apr 20, 2009
blackqueen wrote:
<quoted text>What is this? A f@#$%^g english class?
Nope... but if a person didn't learn enough in their "primary" education to make a complete and cohesive statement...'eh nevermind... the word "cohesive" was probably to big and has you running for Websters. That's a dictionary by the way.
Noneya

Conroe, TX

#22 Dec 31, 2009
To those of you who are talking down about this facility you have no idea. They have FLATSCREEN tvs and MICROWAVES in their cells. How is that bad off? As for the Food i eat the same thing they do everyday and its not spoiled as you all say. For the person that says they never see the light of day at all, that is crap. They have rec yards that have open tops, aka they have one hour a day to fuck off. The inmates there are mainly respectful and for those who aren't thats their own problem. Unless you work there and see what goes on dont bother talking down because you have no CLUE what the hell you are talking about.
JAT

College Station, TX

#23 Mar 11, 2010
What time are the visits at the Conroe Joe Corley Detention Center?
Thanks
new boot

Montgomery, TX

#24 Mar 21, 2010
why did the old major get moved from joe corley detention center? thought he was tight wth the warden.
femarie

Fort Worth, TX

#26 Apr 5, 2010
miss me about where ur tax dollars are going, the government been taking our tax dollars an doing what they want for yrs. an im sure the warden is eating that shit up too while inmates are bein exstorted an told they can work for two dollars a day so whether u give a shit or not inmates are not the only criminals,there are jailers such as ur father who do wrong as well.just cause u dont get caught doesnt make u better den the person who did we are all one decision away from being where they are.
Camilla wrote:
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BELIEVE it sister!!! And I am not the ONLY person who feels that way! I along with a whole group of sheet-wearing, torch carrying, bible thumping LAW-ABIDING wackos are sick and tired of our tax dollars being used to pamper those who willfully suck off the gov't teet, never give anything back and boo-hoo "It's not fair".
BOSS MAN

Willis, TX

#27 Apr 9, 2010
femarie wrote:
miss me about where ur tax dollars are going, the government been taking our tax dollars an doing what they want for yrs. an im sure the warden is eating that shit up too while inmates are bein exstorted an told they can work for two dollars a day so whether u give a shit or not inmates are not the only criminals,there are jailers such as ur father who do wrong as well.just cause u dont get caught doesnt make u better den the person who did we are all one decision away from being where they are.
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I cannot believe what I am reading. First off I agree with Camilla 100 percent. I cannot believe you guys are taking up for these konvicts for all you know could have raped a little girl. What if that little girl were your daughter? Obviously you people have never heard of TDC. These inmates have it MADE. A/C, Microwave, TV, Phones in the dorms etc. For you people saying "ohhh its horrible there" Yall have no clue what your talking about so dont talk. Trust me these guys deserve much worse. Everyone chooses the way they live their life and these grown ass men have choose the way their gona live theirs.

Since: May 10

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#28 May 2, 2010
If a certain Conroe judge might have been made to go to jail, when he was arrested for DRUNK DRIVING (and plead GUILTY to buzzed driving), maybe then we could have had an impartial decision on the status of Conroe jails.

(if) Next time, let Judge go to jail. We won't know what to fix if we don't know it is broken in the first place. Sounds like we need an impartial 3rd person opinion for a valued county official!

Since: May 10

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#29 May 2, 2010
Sounds like we need an impartial 3rd person opinion from a valued county official!
silent partner

Conroe, TX

#30 Jun 1, 2010
aww ihate that i got in so late on this thread .had lots iwish to say. sometimes you can believe everything ya read. It all starts with the leader ship of these units.
nobody

Splendora, TX

#31 Jun 25, 2010
The commissary staff brings in things to the inmates and sells out of date food.
unknown

Willis, TX

#32 Jun 25, 2010
yeah I believe it. Iv heard rumors on that. What the heck is "silent partner" talking about? hes way off topic and makes no sense? The place isnt as bad as everyone makes it out the be
Doug

High Point, NC

#33 Oct 8, 2010
First, and foremost, it doesn't matter if someone is a "convict" or not. We have a duty to treat all men and women with the same dignity and respect as taught by Jesus.

Second, I witnessed an innocent man get convicted recently for a crime he did not commit. I have a law enforcement background and, like many others in the field, never thought twice about how corrupt the "justice" system was until I witnessed it for myself. Now I am 100% sure that many people "convicted" in a court of "law" are getting done very dirty.

Regardless, I am appalled at the treatment this person received at the hand of the judge, the prosecutor, and the detention facility.

I pray that no one else ever has to witness what I did, and I pray even more for those who suffer wrongful incarceration.

To all you "holier than thou" folks posting such nasty comments, I pray you never have to live through it, but I also pray you come to understand just how wrong you are.
unknown

Huntsville, TX

#34 Oct 17, 2010
Doug wrote:
First, and foremost, it doesn't matter if someone is a "convict" or not. We have a duty to treat all men and women with the same dignity and respect as taught by Jesus.
Second, I witnessed an innocent man get convicted recently for a crime he did not commit. I have a law enforcement background and, like many others in the field, never thought twice about how corrupt the "justice" system was until I witnessed it for myself. Now I am 100% sure that many people "convicted" in a court of "law" are getting done very dirty.
Regardless, I am appalled at the treatment this person received at the hand of the judge, the prosecutor, and the detention facility.
I pray that no one else ever has to witness what I did, and I pray even more for those who suffer wrongful incarceration.
To all you "holier than thou" folks posting such nasty comments, I pray you never have to live through it, but I also pray you come to understand just how wrong you are.
You go ahead and treat child molesters and murder's the same as you do your law abiding citizens and see how well society operates! ha. Get off the humans right bs.
nena

Addison, TX

#35 Sep 26, 2013
I think dat their just human beins. I now they did stuff wrong outside of the world. But to punished them like dat. Making them eat rotten food. I dont think anyone should get treat like that.theirs other punishment for them. Like make them bust their ass working on the field.

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