Juvenile Court Association of Georgia

Treatment - Rehabilitation - Accountability

About Us

Juvenile Court Association of Georgia (J.C.A.G.) is an independent organization created to provide a united forum for all independent Juvenile Courts located throughout the state of Georgia. Independent Courts work in conjunction with the Georgia Department of Juvenile Justice to provide services and probation supervision to our youth statewide.

The Georgia Association of Independent Juvenile Courts was established November 1975. The first board meeting was called by Ed Crawford in Bibb County, Georgia. In 2004, the name was changed to Juvenile Court Association of Georgia.

2020 Board Members


Keshia JohnsonKeisha.Johnson@ClaytonCountyGa.gov


Traci MoultrieTraci.Moultrie@GwinnettCounty.com


Stanford CoxStanford.Cox@Clayton CountyGa.gov


Charlatte SmithCSmith@co.henry.ga.us


Indya GrierIndya.Grier@ClaytonCountyGa.Gov

Community Service

One of our missions of JCAG is to make an impact on the communities we serve. Each year we take the time to get involved and give back. Our network spans over 22 counties. Each year we partner with community organizations that will allow us the privilege to assist our community.

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Often we interact with families who are going through crisis and difficult circumstances. One of our missions is to assist families with direction and tools so that they can emerge from trying situations. One way that we encourage positive steps, is by giving away a scholarship for a deserving student who wants to further their education and may need assistance. JCAG believes that the desire for any student to further their education is a step in the right direction.