Department Managers may face real victim challenges at secure facilities and court service offices on a daily basis. “All of this training represents another DJJ breakthrough juvenile justice reform partnership with some of the foremost leaders in Victim Impact and Advocacy programs,” said Commissioner Avery Niles. “The expertise of these respected advisors from the Moss Group will greatly enhance our abilities in these critical areas to fully provide the vital services we have envisioned as part of DJJ’s ongoing agency growth and restructuring under the juvenile justice reform act,” Commissioner Niles said. For more information about special juvenile justice reform projects at DJJ, visit us on the web at . (END RELEASE) PHOTOS BELOW ARE FROM THE DJJ VICTIM IMPACT AND ADVOCACY TRAINING SESSIONS. PHOTO ONE SHOWS MOSS GROUP CONSULTANT ANDIE MOSS (CENTER) ADDRESSING DJJ EXECUTIVE STAFF AT CENTRAL OFFICE IN DECATUR. PHOTO TWO DEPICTS (LEFT TO RIGHT) VICTIM ADVOCACY CONSULTANT CHERIE TOWNSEND, DJJ DEPUTY COMMISSIONER SARAH DRAPER, AND CONSULTANT ANNE SEYMOUR DURING A LEADERSHIP TRAINING SESSION WITH DJJ EXECUTIVE STAFF. PHOTOS MAY BE USED BY NEWS PUBLICATIONS WHEN ACCOMPANIED BY PHOTO CREDIT, “Courtesy Georgia DJJ”. AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
PHOTO CREDIT: Courtesy Georgia DJJ DJJ Victim Impact and Advocacy Training Moss Group Consultant Andie Moss (CENTER) Addresses DJJ Executive Staff at Central Office in Decatur. PHOTO CREDIT: Courtesy Georgia DJJ DJJ Victim Impact and Advocacy Training (Left To Right) Victim Advocacy Consultant Cherie Townsend, DJJ Deputy Commissioner Sarah Draper, and Victim Advocacy Consultant Anne Seymour during executive leadership training. AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
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