Juvenile Court Association of Georgia
Treatment - Rehabilitation - Accountability
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 Independent Juvenile Courts are Bibb, Carroll, Chatham, Clayton, Cobb, Columbia, Crawford, DeKalb, Dougherty, Floyd, Fulton, Glynn, Gordon, Gwinnett, Hall, Henry, Newton, Peach, Rockdale, Spalding, Troup, Upson, Walton, and Whitfield.
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.
2022-2023 Board Members
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 19 counties. Each year we partner with community organizations that will allow us the privilege to assist our community.
Henry County Juvenile Court completed community service in November, where they donated to the Toy Drive for the month of December.
Henry County Juvenile Court collected food for the local food pantry for the month of November.
JCAG would like to send our condolences to our dedicated JCAG and Fundraising Committee Member, Carol Sturdivant. She lost her husband, Cedric A. Sturdivant, on November 27, 2022. Please keep Carol and her family in your thoughts and prayers.
JCAG would like to send our condolences to the Earl Parker Family. Earl served as a past President for JCAG and played an intricate role in the Juvenile Justice system. He started his career with DJJ and served as Chief Probation Officer at Henry County Juvenile Court. He was instrumental in establishing the foundation of Henry County Juvenile Probation. Then he went on to continue with youth in another capacity as a Hearing Officer for many years and a teacher for Henry County Board of Education. Also, Earl was a little league coach to many youth in the community. He was member of Bethany Baptist Church and was a member of the choir where he blessed many with his Angelic voice. He touched countless people in the community with his infectious personality and smile. He will be greatly missed.
The winners for the raffle were Gabriel Ruppert from Henry County and Lovern Smith from Gwinnett County. Thank you all for your support and participation!!!!