These days, Brad Hompe is considered a top-notch specialist on prison operations, based on knowledge gained from his experience in all aspects of jail operations, including planning and design and policy development. He is certainly very knowledgeable about many areas of the corrections experience, including the development and implementation of training and evaluation, incident management and use of force. While all that is important His expertise also includes food service, sanitation and maintenance, as well as classification, supervision and even fire safety. Besides leading the development and implementation of corrections programs, Brad Hompe has provided a wide range of services in prisons and jails throughout Wisconsin and nationally.
Prison and jail expert Brad Hompe currently serves as a Corrections Complaint Examiner and Investigator for the Wisconsin Department of Corrections (WI-DOC) and there are many great reasons why he is in that position. In addition to his experience as a prison staff employee, as a jail inspector, an instructor and trainer, Brad also has an enormous amount of experience when it comes to every aspect of jail and prison operations.
The design and planning of a prison system involves a lot of interested parties. Brad Hompe understands the many different aspects and invested parties of the prison system and this makes him an asset at any institution that he works at especially when they are in a season of design or planning. He has skills specifically in these aspects as well as skills for training evaluation, development and delivery. Being able to design, plan and deliver is a huge feat. Brad Hompe is always working to expand his knowledge in the field and aims to be the best employee that he can for his employers.
Over the course of a long career, Brad Hompe has managed to acquire a lot of experience in the field of jails and corrections, but before that he managed to get a great education. Throughout his time with the Wisconsin Department of Corrections (WI-DOC), Brad Hompe has performed virtually every job there is to do in a prison environment at one time or another. That is primarily due to his attempts to work his way through the ranks, starting as a corrections officer, sergeant, Lieutenant, Captain, unit manager and deputy warden and, eventually, warden.
Currently a Corrections Complaint Examiner and Investigator for WI-DOC, Brad Hompe’s experience with jail and prison operations is extensive. That’s why he is considered a reliable expert in the area of prison operations these days. The practical experience he gained running virtually all aspects of jail operations has been invaluable to everyone in the corrections field. Among his specialties have included jail and prison planning and design, policy development of all kinds, such as use of force, development and implementation of training and evaluation policies and procedures, as well as incident management.
In addition to those skills, Brad Hompe also has expertise in areas like jail and prison food service, sanitation and maintenance, classification and supervision and even fire safety. Besides having skill when it comes to leading the development and implementation of many types of corrections programs, Brad Hompe also has provided a wide range of services in prisons and jails throughout Wisconsin and nationally. In addition to being a prison staff employee, he has been a jail inspector, an instructor and trainer.
Brad Hompe started his career by getting an education and he has never stopped learning. He started by obtaining a Bachelor’s Degree in criminal justice and psychology from Winona State University in Minnesota and went on to receive Masters Degree in Public Administration (MPA) from the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh. Since then, he has gone on to earn law enforcement certifications from Chippewa Valley Technical College in Eau Claire, Wisconsin and Alexandria Technical College in Alexandria, MN, as well as Firefighter I Certification that he earned from Southwest Technical College in Fennimore, Wisconsin.
Over the years, Brad Hompe has worked as a prison staff employee, but that is just scratching the surface. He has done a lot more, having been a jail inspector and an instructor and trainer at various times. Over time, Brad has grown into someone who is seen as a top-notch expert when it comes to all aspects of prison operations. That expertise comes out of his experience in all aspects of jail operations, including jail and prison planning and design and policy development. He is also highly regarded for his ability to develop and implement training and evaluation and incident management.