Governor Appoints Madison Correctional Institute Warden to Criminal Justice Standards and Training Commission
– One of four
Yesterday, Governor Ron DeSantis announced the appointment of Amelia Hill, Skott Jensen, and William Smith and the reappointment of Melanie Bevan to the Criminal Justice Standards and Training Commission.
Hill is the Warden of the Madison Correctional Institute. She currently serves as a member of the American Corrections Association, the Florida Sheriffs Association, and the North American Association of Wardens and Superintendents. Hill earned her bachelor’s degree from Warner Southern University.
Jensen is an Administrator of the Lake County Detention Center. He is a veteran of the United States Army and serves as a member of the Florida Sheriffs Association and an assessor for the Florida Corrections Accreditation Commission. Jensen earned his bachelor’s degree from Southeastern University.
Smith is a Master Trooper for the Florida Highway Patrol. He currently serves as the Vice President of Legislative Affairs for the Florida Police Benevolent Association. Smith graduated from the Florida Highway Patrol Academy.
Melanie Bevan, PhD
Bevan is the Chief of Police for the Bradenton Police Department. She is the Secretary Treasurer of the Florida Police Chiefs Association. Bevan earned her bachelor’s degree in criminal justice from Saint Leo College, her master’s degree in public administration from Troy University, and her doctorate in organizational leadership from Argosy University.