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Michael W. Nail is the Commissioner of the Georgia Department of Community Supervision (DCS). In this role, Michael is responsible for leading the day-to-day operations of one of the nation’s largest community supervision agencies which is comprised of over 2000 employees responsible for the adult felony supervision of over 200,000 individuals.
Scott Maurer has worked in the Criminal Justice field for the past 18 years, beginning his career in 1996 as a counselor at a residential youth treatment facility in Erie, Pennsylvania. He later accepted a position as a Probation/Parole Officer for the North Carolina Department of Corrections.
As Chief Operating Officer for the Department of Community Supervision, Bert Flewellen provides the leadership and vision necessary to ensure that the department has the proper operational controls, administrative and reporting procedures, and people systems in place to effectively and efficiently supervise approximately 200,000 felony offenders.
Patrick Holsey; Director of Field Operations is responsible for leading over 1,800 field personnel in the efficient and effective supervision of approximately 200,000 persons under supervision within Georgia’s 49 judicial districts.
Michelle Stanley is the Director of Reentry Services. In this role, Michelle oversees various programs and initiatives designed to reduce recidivism.
Olivia Duke, Chief Financial Officer for the Georgia Department of Community Supervision, is a highly respected public financial administrator with the State of Georgia in the functional areas of financial analysis & reporting, budget, auditing, accounting, and planning.
Barbara Neville began her career with the Georgia Department of Corrections in 2006. While with the Department of Corrections, she served as a probation officer, program manager, and Director of Offender Administration.
As the Chief Wellness Officer, Reginald oversees the agency’s Wellness program and provides both internal and external statewide law enforcement peer support as the agency’s Peer Team Coordinator.
Nick Powell began his career as a Juvenile Probation /Parole Specialist in 2009.
James Knox currently serves as General Counsel and Chief Ethics Officer for the Georgia Department of Community Supervision. He began his career in criminal justice working with the Georgia Department of Corrections as a Center Probation Officer at I.W.
James Bergman is the Director of Special Operations for the Georgia Department of Community Supervision.
Maria Stephenson began her career with the state of Georgia in 2005. She has an extensive background in Criminal Justice, specifically probation and parole.
Tim Lewis began his career in 1990 as a Probation Officer for the Georgia Department of Corrections.