Jessica R. Carter is the Behavioral Unit Liaison for Juvenile Court. She attends all 23 campus courts city and county wide providing resources and a direct link to our Behavioral Unit. She also runs the Early Intervention and Prevention Alcohol and Drug Program (EIP) offered at the Juvenile Justice Center. Jessica received her Master's in Social Work (MSW) from Southern Adventist University, where she specialized in Trauma and Emergency. For the past two years she has been interning with Cleveland, TN Board of Probation and Parole as a Forensic Social Worker (FSW). There she did such things as administering assessments, led anger management classes, life skills classes, alcohol and drug classes, and managed a sex offender case load. Outside of work Jessica enjoys spending time with family and friends, sports, participating in church and non-profit activities, and traveling.
Shannon Doan has been married for 13 years and has two children. In 2001, she graduated from Lee University with a bachelor's degree in psychology / minor in counseling. She was previously employed with the Bradley County Department of Children's Services for nine years. Three years ago she joined Judge Swafford's team at the Bradley County Juvenile Court as a middle school probation officer. In June of 2012, she accepted the position of Behavioral Unit Coordinator/Drug Court Coordinator.
Virlena Dye began working for Bradley County Juvenile Court in 2008. She is currently the Drug Court Probation Officer and has also served in the Juvenile Detention Center. She currently assists with the Juvenile Justice Review Board. Virlena studied Criminology, Sociology at Middle Tennessee State University and received her Bachelor of Science in Human Services Management through the University of Phoenix. Prior to working Bradley County Juvenile Court Virlena served her community for the State of Tennessee Department of Corrections (TDOC) from 1999 through 2008 in Nashville, Tennessee. She had the opportunity to work with the acute mental health and Phase I Sex Offender Program Units at Deberry Special Needs Facility and worked on Death Row and Administrative Segregation Units and Riverbend Maximum Security Institution. Virlena specialized in multiple areas for TDOC (Correctional Emergency Response Team, Critical Incident Stress Management, Color Guard, prison-gangs INTEL, executive to Warden and Accreditation, deathwatch/execution detail.) Prior to the nine years she served for the State of Tennessee, Virlena served in the United States Army form 1995 through 1999 as a 95C (Military Police Corrections). Before serving her country, state, and county on multiple levels, she was a flight attendant for Northwest Airlines for 1989 through 1995. When Virlena has free time, she enjoys playing piano (started playing at the age of four), horseback riding, swimming, target shooting, fishing, traveling, looks forward to football season, and enjoys spending time with her daughter.
Casey Gallaher has worked as a YSO since June 2012. He has a Bachelor's of Science from the Lee University. He is responsible for the probation juveniles at Cleveland Middle School and Ocoee Middle School. He is married with 2 children.
Coby Goins began working for Bradley Co. Juvenile Court in 2006. . He has also served as the probation officer for Juvenile Drug Court. He received his Bachelor's degree in Organizational Management from Covenant College. He will receive his Master's in Theological Studies in May 2013 from Liberty Theological Seminary. Before coming to Bradley Co. Juvenile Court Coby was the Director of the After-School Program for Boys and Girls Clubs of East Texas and Program Director for the Boys and Girls Clubs of Dalton, Georgia. He enjoys spending time with his family, reading, and watching sports.
Holly Schultz began working at juvenile court in 2000. Holly coordinates all juvenile court training. Holly is a graduate of the
Chattanooga with a BS in psychology and enjoys reading and spending time with her family.
Mallory Howard is a life long resident of Cleveland. She graduated with honors from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga in 2010 with a bachelor of science degree in psychology. She has work at the Juvenile Center for 3 years. She enjoys photography, art and crafts, and playing with her pets.
Blythe Mayfield works with the Juvenile Court providing art therapy services. Blythe received her bachelor's degree in art therapy at the University of Indianapolis and her master's in art therapy at La Trobe University in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Throughout her professional development Blythe has worked with a variety of populations that include aged facilities, public school systems, community hospital/behavioral care services, maternal and child health services, rehabilitation facilities, single parent support groups for indigenous and refugee families, and specialist school learning environments designed for children who have nonspecific learning disabilities, global delay, and autism.
Steven Rogers began working at juvenile court in 2011 and currently oversees probation for juveniles for home school, GED programs, Reach and out of county. In addition to being a youth service officer, Steven also coordinated the community service programs, assist in the juvenile drug court and the juvenile justice review board.
Chris Stanfield is presently the Probation Officer for Drug Court. He works with the middle school and high school children. He graduated for the University of Tennessee with a Bachelor Degree in Social Sciences. He has been working with Juvenile Court for 2 years. He also works with the summer LEAF Academy.
Nancy Stanfield is the Senior Youth Service Officer. She works at Cleveland High School. She holds a Master Degree of Education for the University of Tennessee at Knoxville. She also has a Bachelor degree in psychology and sociology and an additional Bachelor in Education. She is also Director of the Law Enforcement Academic and Fitness (LEAF) Academy for the past 18 years. She has been with Juvenile Court for 19 years.
Vickie Towne is the Youth Service Officer for Walker Valley High School. She has a Bachelor of Science degree in Secondary Education with a concentration in English as well as a minor in Communication Arts. Before coming to Bradley County, she worked as an adult probation officer in Athens, Tennessee for 6 years. Vickie has been working with Juvenile Court here in Bradley County for 5 years.