HCSO 2023 Annual Report


The HCSO Restorative Center experienced a year of remarkable impact and success in 2023, and I am immensely proud of the incredible accomplishments achieved by our team. Proudly opened in March 2023, the Restorative Center stands as a direct result of one of the Sheriff's "Top Six" priorities: Reducing Recidivism. Throughout the year, we forged invaluable partnerships with esteemed organizations, collaborating on a variety of Restorative Center programs. The Restorative Center celebrated four graduations in 2023, with a total of 193 graduates across our various programs, including Pathway Forward, Furthering Fatherhood, Virtuous Women Life Academy, and GED initiatives. In addition to these achievements, we initiated a new partnership with the Henry County Library System, launching the "Building Bridges Through Literacy" program. This partnership underscores our commitment to innovative approaches in reducing recidivism and empowering individuals to build brighter futures. As we look ahead to 2024, I am filled with anticipation for the incredible opportunities and successes that lie ahead. We will continue to explore innovative strategies, forge meaningful partnerships, and empower individuals to thrive beyond the confines of incarceration. Thank you to all our partners, supporters, and dedicated staff for their firm commitment to the mission of the Restorative Center. With your continued support, we will chart a course of transformative progress and fulfillment in the years ahead.

TaMarlon T. Carter

TaMarlon T. Carter Director of Communicatons and Special Programs Henry County Sheriff’s Office


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