Warden Kevin Curran celebrates over 25 years in the field of Corrections. He began his career as a Correctional Officer at the Florence Complex where he worked in maximum custody at Central Unit and as a Transportation Officer. He’s worked custody levels from minimum to maximum including General Population, Sex Offenders and inmates assigned to Protective Custody. During his career, Warden Curran promoted through uniformed and non-uniformed Correctional Officer as seen in the details below. Warden Curran is a veteran of the US Marine Corps and attributes his leadership skills and success with Arizona Department of Corrections to the experience he gained leading Marines and serving his country.
- He promoted to Correctional Officer II in 1995 and then to Sergeant in 1996 in medium custody at East Unit, Florence Complex.
- In 1998, he moved to Correctional Officer III in maximum custody at Cell Block Six/medium custody at South Unit at Florence Complex.
- He promoted in 2004 to Correctional Officer IV at Lewis Complex, and in 2005 he became Associate Deputy Warden in close custody at Buckley Unit at Lewis Complex.
- In 2007, he promoted to Deputy Warden at Lewis Complex.
- In 2008, he became Deputy Warden in medium custody Meadows Unit at Eyman Complex, and in 2010, he became Deputy Warden at Eyman, Special Management Unit I.
- He promoted to Deputy Warden of Operations at Florence Complex in 2012, and in 2013, he became DWOP at Eyman Complex.
- He was appointed as Phoenix Complex Warden in November of 2014.