Florida Department of Corrections Chief Deputy has Wing of Indiana DOC Museum Dedicated in his Honor
FDOC Chief Deputy Daniel G. Ronay
The Florida Department of Corrections’ Chief Deputy Daniel G. Ronay was formally honored by the Indiana Department of Correction (IDOC) on February 28, 2011 with a plaque dedicating in his honor the IDOC Museum and Wing at the Correctional Training Institute in New Castle, Indiana. Ronay served as Director of Staff Development and Training with IDOC from 2005-08.
“It’s a pleasure to see Dan’s hard work and numerous contributions to IDOC honored in this way,” said Florida Department of Corrections Secretary Edwin Buss, who worked closely with Ronay in Indiana.
Among his many accomplishments regarding Staff Development Emergency Operations in IDOC were regionalization of staff training, the creation and implementation of Computer-based Training, and development of specialized certification courses. He was also instrumental in establishing leadership programs in corrections.
As Chief Deputy with Florida DOC, Ronay assists Secretary Edwin Buss with daily operations of the state corrections system, which includes the care, custody and control of almost 102,000 inmates and more than 115,000 active offenders on community supervision.