Commissioner Randall Liberty

Commissioner Randall A. Liberty

Commissioner Liberty is responsible for the direction and general administrative supervision, guidance and planning of both adult and juvenile correctional facilities and programs within the State. Liberty has more than 36 years of leadership experience in the fields of corrections and law enforcement, having served as the Warden of the Maine State Prison since 2015 where he has worked to reduce recidivism through enhanced programming, education and vocational training. Prior to that, Liberty served more than 26 years in the Kennebec County Sheriff’s Office, nine as the elected sheriff, during which time he focused on drug enforcement, drug abuse education and treatment of addiction.

Anthony Cantillo

Anthony Cantillo, Deputy Commissioner

Anthony Cantillo serves as the Deputy Commissioner for the Maine Department of Corrections. Deputy Commissioner Cantillo held previous roles as the Warden for the Maine Correctional Center and Deputy Warden at the Maine State Prison. Deputy Commissioner Cantillo graduated from the University of Southern Maine’s School of Social Work.

Scott Landry

Scott Landry, Associate Commissioner

Scott R. Landry is currently the Associate Commissioner for the Maine Department of Corrections. Associate Commissioner Landry has served in the criminal justice system for about 24 years, starting out as a pretrial services case manager, State Probation Officer, U.S. Probation Officer, Regional Administrator for Probation Region II, and as Warden for 8 years at the Maine Correctional Center in Windham before his appointment to Associate Commissioner in 2021. Associate Commissioner Landry holds a Master’s in Public Policy and Management from the Edmund Muskie School and a Bachelor’s in Criminology. He is a graduate of the Executive Excellence Program with National Institute of Corrections as well as the Prison Fellowship Warden Exchange Program. He served in the armed forces as an infantry Sergeant in the United States Marine Corps Reserve. Throughout his career with the Maine Department of Corrections, Scott has championed forward-thinking initiatives and changes in both Community and Facility Corrections

Christine thibeault

Christine Thibeault, Associate Commissioner - Juvenile Services


Associate Commissioner Christine Thibeault joined Maine Department of Corrections in December 2021 to oversee the Juvenile Services Division. The division provides funding for community-based delinquency prevention and intervention programs and supportive supervision for youth involved in Maine’s juvenile justice system. Ms. Thibeault graduated from the University of Maine School of Law in 1995 and began her career in juvenile justice as an Assistant District Attorney at the Cumberland County District Attorney’s Office where she served as supervising attorney for the juvenile prosecution unit. From 2009 to 2021 Ms. Thibeault was an adjunct Instructor at Southern Maine Community College where she taught a juvenile justice course for the Criminal Justice Program. Ms. Thibeault has served on several state and federal juvenile justice councils including the Maine Juvenile Justice System Assessment and Reinvestment Task Force (2019), the Juvenile Justice Implementation Committee, the Juvenile Justice Detention Alternatives Committee, the Juvenile Justice Task Force (2009), and the Federal Advisory Committee for Juvenile Justice. Her passion for juvenile justice also led to participation in the Open World Program and the Russian American Rule of Law Consortium. Ms. Thibeault is currently a member of the Maine Juvenile Justice Advisory Group, the Maine Council for the Interstate Compact for Juveniles, and the Juvenile Restorative Justice Counsel.