Carl Reddick has worked in the law enforcement field for over 25 years in California and Oregon. His is currently employed with the Oregon Department of Corrections, as the Program Manager for Par- ole and Probation Services with Lincoln County Com- munity Corrections. He is also a facilitator and trainer for Crossroads Batterers Intervention Program in Newport, Oregon.
Reddick has been recognized on a state and national level for his work in the areas of cognitive behavior with mandated clients. He is the recipient of the George Tooley Award from the Oregon Criminal Justice Association, as well as numerous awards from the Governor’s Task Force Against Violent Crime. He was the winner of the American Probation and Parole Association’s Scotia Knouff Award for National Line Officer of the Year in 1998. His is the recipient of the International Telly Award for his video “The Language of Supervision.”
He routinely teaches cognitive programming at the federal, state and tribal level throughout the United States. Reddick is featured in four videos, The Language of Supervision, Anger, Belief Systems and Victim or Warrior. In 2002 he was honored with an International Telly Award for his video Belief Systems which addresses and challenges the belief systems of addicted criminal offenders.