Jail Commander - Captain Dustin Cundall
Captain Cundall began his career in Corrections with the U.S. Army in 1996 at Fort McClellan, Alabama. His Correctional assignments have included the United States Disciplinary Barracks-Fort Leavenworth Kansas, Mannheim, Germany, Fort Lewis Washington, Guantanamo Bay Cuba, Fork Knox Kentucky, Naval Liaison-Naval Base Kitsap and the Regional Correctional Facility-Korea. Captain Cundall has held various duty positions during his tenure with the U.S. Army including, Correctional Officer, Watch Commander, Correctional Counselor, Detail and Work release supervisor, and Chief-Correctional Supervision Branch. After retiring from active duty in Sept of 2013, Captain Cundall began his civilian career working with the Clark County Indiana juvenile detention center before transitioning to the Harrison County Sheriff's Department as a Correctional Officer, Third shift Lieutenant, and was promoted to Facility Commander in June of 2015.
Assistant Jail Commander
Lieutenant Brenden Satori began his career in Corrections in 2010 serving as a Correctional Officer with the Crawford County Sherriff’s Department. In 2012 he transitioned to the Harrison County Sheriff’s Department and was promoted to Corporal and was subsequently promoted to the Assistant Jail Commander in July 2016.
Day Shift Lieutenant
Lieutenant Cristifer Cotner began studying Criminal Justice at Kaplan University In 2012. His career as a Corrections Officer began when he was hired at the Kentucky State Reformatory in La Grange, Kentucky in 2014 while still continuing his higher education. Lieutenant Cotner was hired and began at the Harrison County Jail in October of 2014. In 2015 He graduated Suma Cum Laude. Lieutenant Cotner has held several positions at Harrison County, including: Gang Coordinator, Emergency Response Team member, as well as the O/C pepper spray instructor. He currently serves on the Hostage Negotiation Team and is the first shift Lieutenant.
Night Shift Lieutenant
Lieutenant Jennifer Morton began her career in Law Enforcement, three days before she graduated from high school, as a 911 Dispatcher. She worked in Harrison County then moved to the Indianapolis area and continued Dispatching for six years before moving into the medical field. In 1993 she returned to her roots as the Matron at the Switzerland County Jail, then as a Corrections Officer with the Indiana Department of Corrections. She has currently been with the Harrison County Sheriff’s Department’s Jail for ten years. Lt. Morton has nineteen total years in the law enforcement community. She has experience as Investigator, Negotiator, Count Officer, Instructor and Tactical Team Leader. Lieutenant Morton currently serves as the Harrison County Jail’s Second Shift Lieutenant.