Forms & Resources

Forms / Resources

References

STATE OF GEORGIA

Georgia Crime Victims’ Compensation Program
Criminal Justice Coordinating Council
404-657-1956
www.cjcc.georgia.gov

Georgia Office of Victim Services
(Department of Correction, Pardons & Parole, and Department of Community Service)
1-800-593-9474 or 404-656-4661
Local:  www.pap.georgia.gov
Email:  victimservices@pap.ga.gov

Georgia Crisis and Access Line (GCAL)
(Immediate access to routine or crisis services)
1-800-715-4225

APPLING COUNTY / JEFF DAVIS COUNTY

Safe Harbor Children’s Advocacy Center (CAC) and Safe Harbor Connie Smith Rape Crisis Center (CSRCC)
912-267-6000
https://safeharborcenterinc.org

Glynn Community Crisis Center
(Shelter for abused women and their children)
912-264-HELP or 912-264-1348
https://www.amityhouse-gccc.com

Georgia Legal Services Program
1607 Union Street, Brunswick, GA  31520
912-264-7301
www.glsp.org

Appling County Sheriff’s Office:  912-367-8120

Baxley Police Department:  912-367-8305

Appling County State Solicitor’s Office:  912-367-0311

Appling County Department of Family and Children Services: 912-366-1010
https://dfcs.georgia.gov/locations/appling-county   

Jeff Davis Sheriff’s Office:  912-375-6600

Hazlehurst Police Department:  912-375-6688

Jeff Davis State Solicitor’s Office:  912-367-0311

Jeff Davis Department of Family and Children Services: 912-375-3942
https://dfcs.georgia.gov/locations/jeff-davis-county     

CAMDEN COUNTY

Safe Harbor Children’s Advocacy Center (CAC) and  Safe Harbor Connie Smith Rape Crisis Center (CSRCC)
912-729-7620
https://safeharborcenterinc.org

Camden House
912-882-7858
Email:  info@camdenhousega.org
https://camdenhousega.org

Georgia Legal Services Program
1607 Union Street, Brunswick, GA  31520
912-264-7301
www.glsp.org

Camden County Sheriff’s Office:  912-510-5100

St. Mary’s Police Department:  912-882-4488

Kingsland Police Department:  912-729-8254

Camden Department of Family and Children Services
912-729-4583
https://dfcs.georgia.gov/locations/camden-county

 GLYNN COUNTY

Safe Harbor Children’s Advocacy Center (CAC) and  Safe Harbor Connie Smith Rape Crisis Center (CSRCC)
912-267-6000
https://safeharborcenterinc.org

Glynn Community Crisis Center
(Shelter for abused women and their children)
912-264-HELP or 912-264-1348

Glynn County Department of Family and Children Services
912-262-3200
https://dfcs.georgia.gov/locations/glynn-county

Georgia Legal Services Program
1607 Union Street, Brunswick, GA  31520
912-264-7301
www.glsp.org

Glynn County Sheriff’s Office:  912-554-7600

Brunswick Police Department:  912-267-5559

Glynn County Police Department:  912-554-7800

Glynn County State Solicitor’s Office:  912-554-7380

WAYNE COUNTY

Safe Harbor Children’s Advocacy Center (CAC) and Safe Harbor Connie Smith Rape Crisis Center (CSRCC)
168 East Pine Street, Jesup, GA  31546
912-415-7101
https://safeharborcenterinc.org

Wayne County Protective Agency
DBA:  Fairhaven Domestic Violence Shelter
912-588-9999
https://fairhavenjesup.org

Georgia Legal Services Program
1607 Union Street, Brunswick, GA  31520
912-264-7301
www.glsp.org

Wayne County Sheriff’s Office
266 East Walnut Street, Jesup, GA  31546
912-427-5970

Jesup Police Department
642 East Plum Street, Jesup, GA  31546
912-427-1300

Screven Police Department
200 Walker Street, Screven, GA  31560
912-579-2211

Wayne County Department of Family and Children Services
912-427-5866
https://dfcs.georgia.gov/locations/wayne-county


Open Records Act Request: Pursuant to O.C.G.A. 50-18-71(b)(2), the Open Records Officer for the Brunswick Judicial Circuit District Attorney’s Office is Cathy Browning. Written requests should be submitted to her via email at cbrowning@pacga.org or by mail to the Brunswick Judicial Circuit District Attorney’s Office, Attention: Cathy Browning, 210 E. 4th St., Woodbine, GA 31569.
Media Policy: The Brunswick Judicial Circuit District Attorney aims to scrupulously follow the Georgia Rules of Professional Conduct. The office is not ethically allowed to answer many questions posed by reporters, whatever the journalistic merit. The office cannot, for example, discuss an accused party’s criminal history or speculate about the impact of a particular piece of evidence. These rules are in place to ensure a defendant’s rights to a fair trial and the presumption of innocence until proven guilty.