STATE’S ATTORNEY’S EMPLOYEES ALIDA GRAHAM AND KEYRIA RODGERS APPOINTED TO ILLINOIS ASSOCIATION OF JUVENILE JUSTICE COUNCILS BOARD
DATE: February 24, 2015
Macon County State’s Attorney Jay Scott announced today that Alida Graham, Macon County Juvenile Justice Council Coordinator, has been selected to serve as a member of the Board of Directors of the Illinois Association of Juvenile Justice Councils, and Keyria Rodgers, Special Projects Director for the State’s Attorney’s Office, has been named an Advisory Director for the Association. The IAJJC is a statewide organization dedicated to helping local Juvenile Justice Councils develop plans for reducing juvenile delinquency and to effectively utilize community resources to deal with delinquent and truant youths.
“Alida and Keyria have been instrumental in revitalizing the Macon County Juvenile Justice Council,” Scott said. “I am very proud of them for being chosen to serve on the IAJJC Board of Directors. It’s nice to see their devotion to our youth recognized.”
Macon County State’s Attorney