DFC Christopher Rosette Named 2012 Correctional Officer of the Year
[June 14, 2013, Bel Air, MD] - Deputy First Class Christopher Rosette was recently named the Harford County Detention Center 2012 Correctional Officer of the Year at the Maryland Correctional Administrators Association Annual Conference, on June 2, 2013, in Ocean City, MD.
DFC Rosette, who has been with the HCSO since 2007, was recognized for his hard work, enthusiasm, and dedication that contribute to the successful operations of the Inter-Agency Processing Center.
Illustrating his loyalty, DFC Rosette often stays late or reports early, ensuring the requirements are fulfilled for the shift and the Harford County Detention Center. On more than one occasion, DFC Rosette's attention to detail has led to the discovery of contraband during inmate searches. The contraband found included an assortment of pills, CDS, tobacco products, and a lighter. DFC Rosette's proper and thorough search process not only prevented contraband from entering the facility, it also resulted in successful prosecution of the cases against these defendants.
According to DFC Rosette's nomination, he is an "unsung hero ... truly an absolute asset to the Agency and deserves the recognition of 2012 Correctional Officer of the Year".
Dfc. Christopher Rosette is seen here with his Watch Commander, Lt. Robert Aigner and Division Commander Captain Harold Gullion.