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Community Involvement

L-R  Andre' Hampton - Supervising Probation Officer, Regina Dismuke - Social Services Supervisor DFCS, Sarah DeMott - Court Intake Officer

L-R Andre’ Hampton – Supervising Probation Officer, Regina Dismuke – Social Services Supervisor DFCS, Sarah DeMott – Court Intake Officer

The Moultrie Probation Office continued a holiday tradition in a big way. Southeast Corrections partners with our local State Court in Colquitt County, lead by Judge Richard Kent, to provide much needed help for families struggling financially during the holidays. The program allows probationers to donate gift cards in exchange for community service hours. The gift cards are provided to Colquitt County DFCS to be shared with their clients. The office collected and returned over $15,000 in gift cards to DFCS this year. Merry Christmas!

 

 

 

Movies at The Mill

Staff from the Monroe and Loganville offices lent volunteer support to Movies at The Mill; the first community night sponsored by the The Monroe Cotton Mill.  From L-R – April Riedlinger, Beth Green, John Prescott, Melissa Kinnon, Whitney Queen and Jonathan Dawson.

Movies at The Mill (1)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Probation Office Helps Food Bank

Food Bank

 

 

 

 

 

The Southeast Corrections probation office collected and donated more than 4,500 pounds of food with a value of $12,500 to the Colquitt County Food Bank during the month of September. From left are Senior Probation Officer, Alan Boyd, Administrative Assistant, Crystal Bryant, Vice President of Operations, John Prescott, Supervising Probation Officer, Lidia Batista, Judge Richard T. Kent and Colquitt Food Bank Executive Director, Andrew Christensen.

 

Christmas Drive 2014

Southeast Corrections staff and Judge Claire Cornwell-Williams (front row, third from right) present $1,500 donations to the Safe Shelter and Homeless Authority to assist the clients of their local non-profit agencies.  The fundraiser, in its second year, is a creative way for probationers ordered to complete community service work to volunteer funds to these worthwhile community programs in exchange for community service work credit.

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