Outlaw named Maury prison superintendent
By News-Argus Staff
Published in News on February 13, 2007 1:49 PM
MAURY -- The state Department of Correction has named Travis Outlaw the new superintendent at Eastern Correctional Institution. He succeeds Carla O'Konek Smith, who has retired.
The medium-custody facility houses more than 400 male inmates and has some 300 staff members. Eastern is one of three state prisons that house a residential mental health population. It has 86 residential mental health beds and a full compliment of mental health staff.
Formerly the superintendent at Duplin Correctional Center, Outlaw began his corrections career in 1975 as a correctional officer at Pender Correctional Center.
A Duplin native, he is a graduate of St. Augustine College. He and his wife, Erma, have four children and live in Goldsboro.
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