In January, Williamson County was awarded a grant, via the Lone Star Justice Alliance (LSJA), to support a new program, Second Chance Community Improvement Program (SCCIP), which provides an alternative to incarceration for emerging adults.
Defined as individuals age 17-24 years, these offenders are too old
Williamson County Juvenile Services Principal Bob Fisher (2nd from left) and his students received $2500 from Assistant Chief Cory Tchida (3rd left) as part of the city-wide distribution of money raised at last month's annual Chase-the-Chief Fun Run and 5K. The award marks the first
The Williamson County Juvenile Justice Center recently implemented a new and groundbreaking program that, according to District Judge Stacey Mathews, is already being looked to for duplication state-wide.
"Being at the forefront of juvenile rehabilitation and care is nothing new for Williamson County and this is