Kathryn Liebers was appointed Chief Probation Officer in Norfolk in April, 2007. She began her Probation career as a probation officer in Alliance in June, 1981, and transferred to Norfolk in April 1986. She was appointed Chief Deputy in July, 2004.
Liebers has a bachelor of science degree in criminal justice from the University of Nebraska/Omaha with a minor in English, and has accumulated 16 hours towards a master’s degree from Wayne State College. She completed the U.S. Department of Justice National Institute of Corrections Executive Orientation Program at Sam Houston University as well as the Management Development Certification program from the University of Nebraska/Lincoln.
She is currently the chairperson of Probation’s Policy Development Committee and has served on the Substance Abuse Committee, Public Relations Committee, Personnel Committee, and the Community Corrections Programs Committee. She serves on the board for the WELL Women’s Halfway House in Norfolk.