60 Days In Season 2 Cast
Meet the cast of season 2 of 60 Days In.
Sheriff Jamey Noel is a lifelong resident of Clark County and a lifelong member of Sacred Heart Church in Jeffersonville. Upon graduation from Providence High School, Sheriff Noel obtained a B.S. in Criminal Justice and Supervision from Indiana University. While attending IU, he was placed on the Dean’s list and is a life time member of the Indiana University Alumni Association.
Captain Scottie Maples currently serves as both Captain and Public Information Officer. He is a lifelong resident of Clark County, and currently resides in Jeffersonville, Indiana. Captain Maples lives with his wife and their three daughters. He is a graduate from Silver Creek High School and has an Associate’s Degree in Human Services.
Ashleigh’s mother introduced her to alcohol when she was only 10 years old and by the time she was a teenager her addiction was out of control. She finally got clean after an overdose landed her in the hospital and now she has been sober four years.
Brian is an attorney with a west coast based Department of Corrections Legal Affairs’ Prosecution Team and works with the Internal Affairs office during their investigations. He often recommends penalties for the department’s corrections officers when they find misconduct. Prior to this, Brian worked in private practice.
Chris’ younger brother got arrested at a young age and it rattled their conservative Southern family and shaped Chris’ views on the system. He feels like jail hardened his brother and that he came out a changed and damaged man. It took his sibling almost two years to get his life straightened out after dealing with drug abuse and homelessness.
Dion has been studying the criminal justice system for almost six years, but thinks time behind bars would teach him more than all his classes combined. With all he’s learned in school, plus what he’ll discover inside, Dion wants to go back to the crime-ridden streets of his hometown neighborhood to show the community that jail is not the answer.
Monalisa’s daughter is serving a ten-year mandatory prison sentence. The guilt and shame Monalisa felt after her daughter’s arrest was paralyzing. She never imagined she’d be a prison mom and jail life seemed like another world to her. Not a day goes by where she doesn’t pray to switch places with her child.
Quintin is a recently retired State Police Captain and currently works as a licensed private investigator and bounty hunter. He is a strong believer in the criminal justice system, and feels it is his duty to protect his community.
Ryan recently started the application process to become a police officer. He feels there are too many corrupt officers in this country and wants to make a difference.
Sheri spent two years as a corrections officer at a maximum-security state prison before starting a family and becoming a stay-at-home mom to three little girls. She found her time in the facility fascinating and has always wanted to see things from a detainee’s point of view.