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ROCHESTER, Minn. – There is a new man in charge of a southern Minnesota corrections system.
Travis Gransee has been in the field of corrections for nearly two decades. He has also worked as a supervisor in juvenile probation with the Dodge-Fillmore-Olmsted (DFO) Community Corrections.
For just over a week now, he has filled the DFO director chair left by Shelley McBride.
“We plan to continue just moving forward with a lot of the initiatives that we’ve started, and I think that we’re in a good spot to do that right now. We’ve got a really strong staff here at DFO, so that makes this job really exciting,” Gransee said.
He said his former role as a juvenile supervisor should transition well into his new role.
“There’s a lot of similarities between working with adolescents and working with adults. I think what we find is that when…
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