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Jailer Stallard
Jailer Curtis Stallard

Welcome to Harlan County Detention Center website!

This site was created to work as a find all community page for every Harlan County resident, so make sure to check out ALL of our links.  Just click on an icon and it will link you straight to their website. From “Reformer’s Unanimous  Addictions Programs” to “Harlan County Tourism” and “Coal is our Future”, we have worked to include everything that effects our beloved region.

  • Born in Evarts, KY in 1949, I consist of a five generation East Kentucky family. I treasure it’s rich past and have invested the last 17 years to it’s growth and future.
  • I began my public service as a member of the Harlan County School Board, and served 1978 to 1982. I was elected Magistrate of District #2 in 1993 and served 11 years .
  • I then was appointed Harlan County Jailer in 2004, and I have served as your Jailer to the present day.

This county has serious issues facing it today.

The ever growing drug problem has led to a deterioration of an entire generation, leaving the burden of responsibility to fall on the grandparents and the older citizens of this region to raise their grandchildren and financially support this county.

But all is not lost. With the right people, planning, and programs we may reverse this cycle. I believe in the resilience of our culture and people.

With the time that is given me , I will continue to work towards our ever expanding garden as a resource for saving taxpayers money by feeding our inmate population from it’s produce and by teaching our inmates a valuable skill they can take with them the rest of their lives.

We are also the first jail in the United States to offer it’s Work Release Inmates Surface and Underground mining classes. I believe coal will always be the backbone of this county.

Together we can continue the rich heritage that is….
Harlan County.


 
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