Staff Recognition

The Commission believes in recognizing those individuals doing the day-to-day work of the Compact who surpass expectations to provide assistance. When should someone be recognized? When an individual engaged in ICJ business goes above and beyond the general call of duty to reach a conclusion or solution that best serves public safety.

If you know someone who, on a particular instance, went beyond what was required for a particular job, we want to hear about it.

Please relay quick details of the event by entering the information in the Staff Recognition Nomination Form. Nominations may be submitted by any member of ICJ. 

 

Recent Recognitions

"Kimberly Dickerson was hired this year as the new Deputy Compact Administrator for the State of Louisiana. Kimberly was very eager to learn the deputy compact administrator's role and did so quickly.

"I want to express my deep appreciation for the help and support that Stephen Horton and Rachel Johnson provided to me. I’m new to ICJ and had only been in my position for about two months at the time.

"I want to express my deep appreciation for the help and support that Stephen Horton and Rachel Johnson provided to me. I’m new to ICJ and had only been in my position for about two months at the time.

"Robert (Bob) Anderson should be recognized because whenever there is a runaway needing returned or a runaway in his area of Campbell County, he is extremely forthcoming with information on the juvenile and is always willing to go out of his way to drop the juvenile off at the nearest airport whi

"Marisa, who is my supervisor, is my ICJ emergency back up when I am out of the office or not available. While Marisa does not do the day to day ICJ work, she has worked very hard to understand and implement the Compact when I am out of the office, especially when dealing with runaway cases!