Detroit Probation Supervisor Named to Parole Board
Adrian L. Green of Detroit, a probation supervisor in the Greenfield District Probation Office, has been appointed to the Michigan Parole Board. He succeeds William B. Reed who was first appointed in 1995.
Appointments to the board are made by Corrections Director William S. Overton.
A graduate of Florida A&M University where he majored in criminal justice, Green started in the field of corrections in 1993 as a probation agent and court aide in the Wayne County Circuit Court’s Criminal Division. In 1998 he joined
the Probation Tethering Unit in Detroit .............Adrian Green
where he was responsible for supervising
30 to 35 offenders sentenced to electronic monitoring status as part of their court ordered probation.
In 2000, Green became a parole agent in the Metro Detroit Parole Office and in 2001 he was promoted to the role of supervisor.
He joins a 10-member board responsible for considering parole for eligible offenders.
Green’s appointment is effective Nov. 1, 2002.
Michigan Department of Corrections, Oct. 10, 2002