Irv Hale Named Deputy Director of Adult Probation and Parole

We’re excited to announce the appointment of Irv Hale as the Deputy Director for Adult Probation and Parole.

Irv most recently served as the Region Chief for AP&P in Region IV.

He began his career with the Department in 1990 at the Draper prison as a Correctional Officer. He worked in several areas, particularly South Point, and was promoted to Sergeant, where he served in internal and external security for two years.

In 1997, Irv accepted the position of Adult Probation and Parole Agent in the Provo office. He started in the intake unit for two years and then worked as an Agent supervising a caseload for the next three years. Irv was assigned as a Field Training Officer, and one year later he was promoted to supervisor. As a supervisor he supervised probation, parole, sex offender, and intake teams.

During this time Irv took advantage of the Department’s educational reimbursement program and graduated from UVU with a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice.

In 2017, Irv was promoted to Assistant Regional Administrator in Region III and served as the Director of the Orange Street Community Correctional Center and later worked in the main Fremont office of Region III supervising the parole and support staff teams.