Summit County Common Pleas Court Elects Judge Amy Corrigall Jones 2022 Administrative Judge and Judge Alison Breaux Selected as 2022 Presiding Judge and U.S. Department of Justice Office of Justice Programs has awarded $1,175,000 in grant funding to support the Summit County Valor Court and Hope Court initiatives.

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U.S. Attorney’s Office Announces More than $1.1 Million Awarded to Specialized Court Dockets in Summit County

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Updated Covid-19 Administrative Order – December 10, 2021

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The SCORR program is presided over by the Honorable Amy Corrigall Jones.

SCORR is a Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) grant funded, pilot program modeled after the Swift, Certain and Fair supervision strategy for felony offenders on Community Control.

SCORR provides an increased level of accountability and structure to promote long-term offender behavior change and to improve offender outcomes in successfully completing Community Control for an overall reduction in substance abuse, recidivism and incarceration.

The SCORR Program works in conjunction with community resource providers in Summit County to provide its participants with wraparound services and resources to remove barriers to success.


SCORR Program Contacts:

Madison Rice, Program Manager:  (330) 643-5063

Luroy Ferguson, Case Specialist:  (330) 643-4115