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Limestone County
Community Corrections

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Tony Graviet
Interim Director

410 South Jefferson Street
Athens AL 35611
Phone (256) 216-3437 Fax (256) 230-2752

Hours of Operation:
8:00 A.M. till 4:30 P.M. Monday through Friday


PROGRAM STATEMENT 

     The Limestone County Community Corrections Plan is a collaborative concept between the Alabama Department of Corrections and the Limestone County Community Corrections Program. The purpose of the proposed program is to keep violent offenders incarcerated longer by placing nonviolent, low-level offenders in the Community Corrections Program diverting them from the penitentiary.

Specifically, the program is aimed at redirecting the lives of those likely to maintain a productive and law-abiding life as a result of accountability, guidance and direction to services they need. This will be accomplished through strict offender accountability, intense supervision and referral to special services. The objective of stressing offender accountability while helping them turn their lives around will be realized through conditional pleas of guilt, assignment to a community corrections officer for referral and follow-up of special conditions of the program plan. Participation and successful completion in this program will offer offenders the opportunity, incentive and the means to correct behaviors and to appreciate consequences. Diversion of non-violent offenders from the penitentiary will allow the violent offenders to remain incarcerated longer.

Email Address:

Tony Graviet, Interim Director
tony.graviet@alacourt.gov

Staff:

Kayla Long
Drug Lab Technician/Monitoring
Specialist/Drug Court Case Manager
(256)216-3918
Kayla.long@alacourt.gov

Mandy Morgan
Case Manager/Court Referral Officer
(256)216-3429
Mandy.morgan@alacourt.gov

Mike Hardaway
Case Manager
(256)233-6348
Mike.hardaway@alacourt.gov

Myra Peck
Administrative Assistant/Intake Officer
(256)216-3437
Myra.peck@alacourt.gov


Driving Directions:

     From I-65 take exit 351 at traffic light turn (left) going west on US Hwy 72, 1.9 miles, turn right at traffic light going north on Jefferson St., 0.7 miles, 410 S. Jefferson St. on the left.

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