Hardeman County Correctional CenterCustomer base: State of Tennessee - Facility Type: Medium-Security, Managed since 1997
2520 Union Springs Road,
Whiteville, TN 38075
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Facility Leader: Grady Perry, Warden
Grady Perry was named warden at Hardeman County Correctional Center in 2015. Previously he served as warden at Coffee Correctional Facility. Perry started his career with CCA in 1992 as a correctional officer at South Central Correctional Center, where he also served as a senior correctional officer, shift supervisor, and assistant chief of security. He was promoted to assistant warden at Silverdale Detention Facilities. Grady later became warden at Otter Creek Correctional Center and Lee Adjustment Center. He spent 13 years serving in the Tennessee National Guard.
The American Cancer Society; The Exchange Club Carl Perkins Center; Lebonhuer Children's Hospital; the Hardeman County Schools System
HCCF received honors from Quinco Community Health Center as "Volunteer of the Year 1999;" 2000 Blue Ribbon Hall of Fame, Whiteville Elementary School; Tennessee Volunteer Commendation Award (2000), Don Sundquist, Governor; Tennessee Forest Festival Participation Award, 1999; Hardeman County Leadership Award, 1999; Volunteer of the Year 1998-1999, Quinco Mental Heath Center, Helping Hands Drop-in Center American Cancer Society: Most Money Raised by a Team, 1999 & 2000; Best Team Spirit, 1999 & 2000; Bronze Sponsor, 1998; Silver Sponsor, 1999; Platinum Sponsor, 2000; Team Excellence, 1998, 1999 & 2000; Most Original Campsite, 2000; On-site Fundraising Award, 2000; Best Team Participation, 2000 Mid-South Division Team Excellence, 1999 & 2000 Annual Christmas Parades: Best of Show 1997, Hardeman County; Best Overall 1998, Hardeman County; Best Overall 1999, Hardeman County, 2nd place Jackson Christmas Parade, 1999, 1st Place Selmer Christmas Parade, 1999; Best Overall 2000, Hardeman County
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