Friday March 1st, 2024 6:15AM

Two state Department of Juvenile Justice employees assigned to Hall, Dawson counties recognized

By Ken Stanford Contributing Editor

Several employees of the Georgia Department of Juvenile Justice, including two who serve Hall and Dawson counties, were recently recognized by the DJJ Board.

According to a DJJ news release, they were singled out for "their commendable performance on the job."

The DJJ Customer Service Award was presented to Starr-Jabrea Farrington.  Tonya Hagins received the agency's Extra Mile Award.

Department of Juvenile Justice Commissioner Avery D. Niles told Board members he was thankful for the dedication and commitment of all DJJ employees who have a passion to serve the youth and citizens of the State of Georgia.


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