Barbara Jo Neville Appointed to Serve on the Georgia Commission on Family Violence
ATLANTA - Governor Brian P. Kemp appointed Barbara Jo Neville to serve on the Georgia Commission on Family Violence. Ms. Neville was appointed to serve on the Commission to fill the required position for the representative from the Department of Community Supervision.
Barbara Jo Neville is the Director of Misdemeanor Probation Oversight with the Department of Community Supervision. She began working with the agency as a Max Out Reentry Manager/Chief Parole Officer in 2014. Prior to that, she worked as a hearing examiner with the State Board of Pardons and Paroles and served in various roles with the Department of Corrections. Neville earned an MPA degree and completed the Georgia Law Enforcement Command College at Columbus State University. She earned her bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice from Kennesaw State University and is currently a doctoral candidate with Capella University.
About GCFV: The Georgia Commission on Family Violence, created by The Georgia General Assembly in 1992, is charged with developing a comprehensive state plan for ending family violence in Georgia. If you or someone that you know is being impacted by domestic violence, call 1-800-334-2836 to speak with a domestic violence advocate.
April Ross, [email protected]