Community Corrections Division recognizes Sabrina Gorman for her many years of service
Cross-posted from Roll Call, the DAJD newsletter
Sabrina Gorman started her career with King County 25 years ago as a Corrections Officer in Seattle back in 1996. She was then hired in 2000 as a Personal Recognizance Investigator at the Maleng Regional Justice Center. At the time, the position was under “Court Services,” which is now known as Intake Services and is part of the Community Corrections Division.
What Sabrina likes best about her current position at the Department of Adult and Juvenile Detention (DAJD) is the variety of work duties, which makes each day different. She also appreciates the connections with people.
In her role at DAJD, Sabrina has been able to wear many hats: Acting Supervisor, Admin III and Personal Recognizance Investigator. It all helps to assure and assist smooth daily functions for Intake Services while meeting the needs of the courts and her team.
Sabrina is an effective team member who is dedicated to her job and those she serves. Her work ethic brings exceptional value to the Intake Services Team and as a King County employee.
Outside of work, she enjoys spending quality time with family, hanging out at her property by the beach, exploring new places, and driving her Race Red Mustang (Boss 302)!
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