Jordan has served as the warden of LLCC since May 2016. Previously he had served as the warden of the Ross-Cash Center, as well as the deputy warden of both KSP and Western Kentucky Correctional Complex (WKCC).
He began his career in 2001 as a correctional officer at the Kentucky Correctional Institution for Women. He was
promoted through the security ranks to the position of senior captain, which he has held at both LLCC and
Kentucky State Reformatory (KSR).
In addition, Jordan has extensive internal affairs experience, serving as the internal affairs officer at LLCC and
KSR for several years. He was also the security threat group coordinator at LLCC and was a member of the
department's Corrections Emergency Response Team (CERT) for many years.
Prior to his time in Corrections, Jordan had a lengthy career in retail management. He managed several stores,
becoming a district manager and a regional manager developing stores in three states. Jordan is also a combat
veteran paratrooper with the US Army's 82nd Airborne Division.
Jordan is the recipient of the 2019 Warden of the Year award, an annual honor that is bestowed on a warden who
exhibits outstanding job performance and leadership ability.