Photos: Office of Juvenile Justice making a move

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  • Advocate staff photo by TRAVIS SPRADLING -- From left, Louisiana Office of Juvenile Justice Probation and Parole Officer Wendy Clark, of the Hammond Regional Office, Probation and Parole Supervisor Marina Jenkins, of the Baton Rouge Regional Office, Baton Rouge Regional Office Manager Jacqueline Page, and Probation and Parole Officer Kristen Hebert, of the Alexandria Regional Office, move mattresses into the gym at the depopulated Jetson Center for Youth on Wednesday. The site remains largely as it was left, when officials moved all of its occupants to other state facilities in late January. Recently, higher-ups at the Office of Juvenile Justice asked employees to volunteer for a two-day manual labor project cleaning out and inventorying Jetson and getting it ready for use as a site in the event of hurricane evacuations.

  • Advocate staff photo by TRAVIS SPRADLING -- Louisiana Office of Juvenile Justice Transport Officer Jason Jones, of the Baton Rouge Regional Office, moves a desk out of a dormitory at the depopulated Jetson Center for Youth on Wednesday. The site remains largely as it was left, when officials moved all of its occupants to other state facilities in late January. Recently, higher-ups at the Office of Juvenile Justice asked employees to volunteer for a two-day manual labor project cleaning out and inventorying Jetson and getting it ready for use as a site in the event of hurricane evacuations.

  • Advocate staff photo by TRAVIS SPRADLING -- Louisiana Office of Juvenile Justice Probation and Parole Officer Mark Miller, of the Monroe Regional Office, helps move equipment at the depopulated Jetson Center for Youth on Wednesday. The site remains largely as it was left, when officials moved all of its occupants to other state facilities in late January. Recently, higher-ups at the Office of Juvenile Justice asked employees to volunteer for a two-day manual labor project cleaning out and inventorying Jetson and getting it ready for use as a site in the event of hurricane evacuations.

  • Advocate staff photo by TRAVIS SPRADLING -- Louisiana Office of Juvenile Justice Hammond Regional Office Manager Sue Larisey, foreground, and, behind her, Probation and Parole Officer George Hebert, of the Lafayette Regional Office, move a couch and other furnishings into the gymnasium Wednesday at the depopulated Jetson Center for Youth. The sites remains largely as it was left, when officials moved all of its occupants to other state facilities in late January. Recently, OJJ asked employees to volunteer for a two-day manual labor project cleaning out and inventorying Jetson and getting it ready for use as a site in the event of hurricane evacuations.

  • Advocate staff photo by TRAVIS SPRADLING -- State Office of Juvenile Justice Probation and Parole Officer Gary Hunter, of the Monroe Regional Office, moves chairs from a building at the depopulated Jetson Center for Youth on Wednesday. The site remains largely as it was left, when officials moved all of its occupants to other state facilities in January. Recently, officials at the Office of Juvenile Justice asked employees to volunteer to clean up and inventory Jetson and getting it ready for use as a site in the event of hurricane evacuations.