Norfolk County Sheriff McDermott Promotes Tom Brady to Deputy Superintendent


Photo courtesy of Norfolk County Sheriff's Office. Deputy Superintendent Tom Brady (center) was recently promoted to his current position by Sheriff Patrick McDermott. He will also work with Superintendent Danielle Frane.

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DEDHAM, MA – Norfolk County Sheriff Patrick McDermott announced late last week that he has promoted NCSO Officer Tom Brady to serve as the Deputy Superintendent at the House of Correction in Dedham. Deputy Superintendent Brady, who has most recently served as the Assistant Deputy Superintendent of Jail Operations, will support NCSO Superintendent Danielle Frane in the daily operations of the jail and House of Correction.

“In his career, Deputy Superintendent Brady has been consistent and reliable, always ensuring that our facility runs smoothly and safely,” said Sheriff McDermott. “He has been acting as the Deputy Superintendent now for several months, and it is my pleasure to formally name him to the position. The House of Correction is stronger and safer because of his dedication to the facility and our mission.”

Superintendent Danielle Frane praised Deputy Superintendent Brady as he formally steps into this new role. “Deputy Superintendent Brady has long been an asset to the facility throughout his time here, and I look forward to working with him to continue to operating one of the premier correctional facilities in the Commonwealth and the United States.”

As Deputy Superintendent, Brady will be responsible for the daily operations of the jail and House of Correction, including supervising security staff, maintaining a safe and secure facility, and ensuring the safety of all justice-involved individuals.

Deputy Superintendent Brady first joined the Norfolk County Sheriff’s Office in 1996, serving as a Corrections Officer until 2021 when he was appointed Assistant Deputy Superintendent of Jail Operations.

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