The Monmouth County Corrections Institution (MCCI) has welcomed a new Warden to the facility.
Barry Nadrowski has been named the Acting Warden of MCCI following the retirement of Brian Elwood. Elwood, who worked in corrections for 25 years, held the position since 2011. According to a press release, Nadrowski began working at MCCI in 1992 and rose his way through the ranks over the years.
“It’s my honor and privilege to take on the role of Acting Warden at this outstanding institution,” said Nadrowski, in a press release. “I look forward to the challenges, and, will be dedicated to continue to operate a safe and secure facility for the inmates and correctional staff.”
Sheriff Shaun Golden named Nadrowski the Acting Warden of MCCI on Dec. 11 and Nadrowski officially began taking over duties on the same day.
“Acting Warden Nadrowski is a dedicated law enforcement professional and I’m confident his leadership and commitment to excellence will ensure that MCCI remains one of the top law enforcement facilities in the country,” said Golden.