Camden Criminal Justice Council

The mission of the Camden Criminal Justice Council (CCJC) is to identify possible improvements in the criminal justice system, develop system-wide solutions, propose actions, execute strategies, and generally improve the criminal justice system.

In carrying out the mission, the Camden Criminal Justice Council is committed to: 
    • Public Safety 
    • Communication 
    • Cooperation

The National Institute of Corrections (NIC) conducted a Local Jail and Justice System Assessment of the Camden County justice system operation during February and March 2010. The goal of this effort is to enable Camden County officials involved directly and indirectly in the criminal justice system to assertively manage the local system.

Judicial Council Members

Members


Gary Blount- Board of County Commissioners, District 4
Sail Coleman- Chief Probation Officer
Robert S. Cummings- Camden County Re-Entry Program
Joe East- Local Bar Association Member

Chief Darryl Griffis - Kingsland Police Department
Chief Tim Hatch - St. Marys Police Department
Jackie Johnson, District Attorney - Chairperson
Judge Jennifer Lewis - Magistrate Court
Elaine Powierski- Citizen Member
Sheriff James K. Proctor- Camden County Sheriff's Office
Chief Judge Stephen Scarlett- Superior Courts of the Brunswick Judicial Circuit
Mayor Kenneth Smith- City of Kingsland
Chair James H. Starline- Board of County Commissioners
Judge Robert C. Sweatt- Probate Court
Stephen Tillman- Circuit Public Defender
Joy Lynn Turner- Clerk of Superior Court Camden County


Official Designees
Chuck Clark- Board of County Commissioners, District 2
Judge Harrison- Superior Courts of the Brunswick Judicial Circuit

April Howard- CCJC Coordinator