cross-referenced news and research resources about

 Georgia parole board member, Gale Buckner logo
images:  google   yahoo YouTube

updated Tue. October 25, 2016 reload page to refresh

ATLANTA (AP) - An increasing number of convicted felons in Georgia have been getting their gun ownership rights reinstated by the State Board of Pardons and Paroles. The State Board of Pardons and Paroles restored firearms rights for more than 1,400 ...
"Everyone deserves an opportunity for a second chance," said former parole board chairwoman Gale Buckner, who is now a judge in Murray County.

Gale Buckner is seeking the position of Murray County Chief Magistrate Judge. She is running as the incumbent of the non-partisan office.
Gale Buckner is seeking the position of Murray County Chief Magistrate Judge. She is running as the incumbent of the non-partisan office.
7-year term on the State Board of Pardons and Parole, 2 of those years as Chair and 2 years as Vice-Chair. She was appointed by Governor Roy Barnes as Executive Director of the Governor's Criminal Justice Coordinating Council.
During the federal survey period, the DJJ Commissioner was Gale Buckner, a life-long law enforcement officer, Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI) veteran and past chair of the State Board of Pardons and Paroles. She served only one year, as she said ...

Department of Juvenile Justice Commissioner Gale Buckner will leave next month after less than a year in the post. She will become a chief ... Buckner, who was serving on the state Board of Pardons and Paroles, took over the position Nov. 9, the day ...
The department is not currently considering Juvenile Justice Commissioner Gale Buckner's suggestion, reported last month, to transfer the instigators of disturbances at the other facilities to the Atlanta YDC, he said.
However, no such allegations have been confirmed since the new head of the agency, Gale Buckner, became DJJ's commissioner in November, he said.
The Department of Juvenile Justice (DJJ) is pulling together its own findings after unannounced visits to Augusta and the state's 25 other jails and prisons for youth offenders in recent weeks, DJJ Commissioner Gale Buckner said Thursday. Those ...

The Augusta incident led to the firings of the center's director and several staffers and helped lead to the appointment of a former GBI agent and parole board member as commissioner of the Department of Juvenile Justice. Georgia's highest-security ...
... new leadership at the Augusta YDC. Gary Jones, chief of police in Sardis, Ga. will begin a special three-month assignment at the facility.
Sardis police Chief Gary Jones begins his 90-day job as liaison to DJJ Commissioner Gale Buckner. Buckner appoints four new people to join the DJJ team.
In fact, kids under the age of 18 are 51 times more likely to become victims of identity theft than their parents, according to a recent report by Carnegie Mellon CyLab.
Ronaldi Rollins' view from his corner office on the third floor is typical of metro Atlanta. A parking lot, some two-story apartment building, all nestled in the middle of a bunch of pine trees.
James Mills is leaving the Georgia General Assembly in October for a job on the State Board of Pardons and Paroles, The Times has learned.
... former President Jimmy Carter and Nobel Peace Prize-winner Desmond Tutu have been heard. His pleas for clemency have been turned down twice by the Georgia State Pardons and Parole Board. ... You can protest this travesty of justice by calling the ...





           gale buckner

Georgia's parole board:
           gale buckner
           garfield hammonds jr
           garland hunt
           milton nix
           robert keller