ICCR Horizontal smaller       2020 Cohort

Based on need, desire to enact a coordinated community response, and geographic distance, ICCR strategically selects six rural Texas counties to participate in ICCR each year. The following six counties will comprise the 2020 ICCR Cohort.

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-John Leger: Chief Deputy, Chambers Co. Sheriff's Office

-Eric Carcerano: Asst. District Attorney, Chambers Co. District Attorney's Office

Wykesha Dixon: Program Director, Bay Area Turning Point


-J. Dale Butler: Sheriff, Deaf Smith Co. Sheriff's Office

-Brian Wolfskill: Asst. District Attorney, Deaf Smith Co. District Attorney's Office

Angela GamboaExecutive Director, Deaf Smith Co. Crisis Center


-Kendra Simmons: Sgt. Investigator, Hardin Co. Sheriff's Office

-Matthew Minick: Asst. County Attorney, Hardin Co. Attorney's Office

-Penny PenissonAdvocate, Hardin Co. Crime Victims' Assistance Center

-Deborah Tomov: Executive Director, Family Services of Southeast Texas, Inc.

-Renee Jones: Deputy, Fisher Co. Sheriff's Office

-Thomas MooreInvestigator, Mitchell Co. Sheriff's Office

-Ricky Thompson: District Attorney, 32nd Judicial District Attorney's Office

-Lyndia Allen: Executive Director, Gateway Family Services

-Jennifer TaylorProgram Director, Gateway Family Services

-Meagan Vinson:Victim Assistance Coordinator, 32nd Judicial District Attorney's Office

-Justin Watts: Deputy, Oldham Co. Sheriff's Office

-Kent Birdsong: County Attorney, Oldham Co. Attorney's Office

-Mariana Garcia: Advocate, Deaf Smith County Crisis Center


(From left) Top row - Bree Adams Bill, Eric Carcerano, Deborah Tomov; Second row - Justin Watts, Kent Birdsong, Penny Pennison, Mariana Garcia; Third row – Wykesha Dixon, J. Dale Butler; Fourth row - John Leger, Brian Wolfskill, Angela Gamboa; Fifth row – Brooke Meyer, Maren Woods, Matthew Minick

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