Gregory Baugh, MPA
Greg Baugh has over 27 years of experience supervising, managing and providing direct services for local, county and state institutional and community-based correctional operations and programs. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice and a Master of Public Administration from California State University, San Bernardino, and graduated from the University of Southern California’s Delinquency Control Institute.
Currently the Supervising Parole Agent for the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) in Riverside and San Bernardino counties, Greg began his career in juvenile corrections as a youth counselor and probation officer with the Riverside Probation Department. Since then, he’s served in various administrative, management and supervisory positions with CDCR in the Juvenile Parole Division and state correctional facilities throughout Southern California. In 2006, Greg was recognized by the Director of Juvenile Parole Operations for his leadership in coordinating the development of policies and procedures designed to improve parole services for our youth.
In June 2010, Greg received the Outstanding Faculty Award from University of Phoenix, where he teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in the College of Criminal Justice and Security at the Southern California Campus. For over 15 years he’s also been a guest lecturer in the social work program at Azusa Pacific University.
Greg is a member of the California Peace Officers Foundation. He’s also active in his local church, serving as Video Editor of the video ministry and Co-Coordinator of the Youth Men’s Retreat Summer Camp program—a five-day tent camping program for inner-city youth.
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