23 Jan Honey picked to lead Inmate Placement Program
Randall Honey has been selected as the new Inmate Placement Program Director at the Utah Department of Corrections.
Honey began his career in 2004, working in the Uinta facility at the now-closed Utah State Prison in Draper. He promoted to sergeant, moved to the Oquirrh facility, and later became the Security Threat Group Intelligence Coordinator for the Draper facility. In 2013, Honey was promoted to lieutenant and worked in Wasatch and Transportation.
In 2016, he became a captain, where he spent six years working as Shift Commander, Captain of Uinta 3, and Captain of IPP. Honey became a Deputy Warden last year and has been serving in that capacity with IPP.
The director position opened when Dan Chesnut was appointed Director of Prison Operations.