Photos: Office of Juvenile Justice making a move Photos: Office of Juvenile Justice making a move 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 story Comments BAKER—Come Thursday evening, Jetson Center for Youth will be ready to absorb the entire incarcerated population of Bridge City Center for Youth in New Orleans — 132 juvenile convicts — in the event of a hurricane evacuation. But Jetson’s buildings, including the most recently occupied dormitories, also will be empty of practically everything save beds and chairs. Since state officials shuttered the decades-old youth corrections facility in January, ferrying the juveniles in buses to Bridge City and Swanson Center for Youth in Monroe early in the morning on a cold weekend, weeds have been much more active than people on the more than 400 acres of land where Jetson sits just off Scenic Highway in Baker.