Troy Pollock began his career with the Kentucky Department of Corrections (KYDOC) as a correctional officer and retired as Deputy Warden of Security after 23 years of service. While with the KYDOC, Mr. Pollock worked in three different prisons, including 10 years in the state's women's facility. Mr. Pollock also has eight years experience in KY Correctional Industries, where he served as Operations Manager of their offset prining industry.
In 2012, he joined CoreCivic as Assistant Warden at Winn Correctional Center in Louisiana and transferred to La Palma Correctional Center in September 2014. He transferred to Stewart Detention Center as the Assistant Warden of Operations in June 2016.
Mr. Pollock received his associate's degree in criminal justice from Jefferson Community and Technical College and his Bachelor's degree in Corrections and Juvenile Justice Studies from Eastern Kentucky University. In February 2019 he transferred to Lee Adjustment Center as Assistant Warden.