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Williamson County Juvenile Services

Juvenile Services' Vision Statement  
Making a difference in our community: creating opportunities for positive change through hope, empowerment, prevention and accountability.

Juvenile Services' Values Statement 
Encouraging growth in each other and families we serve by identifying, acknowledging and building positive character qualities.



On Thursday July 14th, 2016 Scott Matthew, Executive Director of Juvenile Services received the final compliance notice from the PREA Auditor Lisa Capers. This notice states that Williamson County Juvenile Services is fully compliant with the standards for the Prison Rape Elimination Act of 2003. The standards were adopted in August of 2012. The final notice of compliance makes Williamson County Juvenile  Services one of only 10 juvenile facilities in the state that are fully compliant to date. To read the full report, click on the link below.



Williamson County Juvenile Criminal Referral Policy

"It is the policy of Williamson County Juvenile Services (WCJS) to take a proactive stance in planning for investigation of allegations of sexual abuse and sexual harassment. Further, WCJS will refer potentially criminal cases to the Williamson County Sheriff’s office for possible criminal investigation."

Related Policy


Reporting Sexual Abuse or Sexual Harassment

A third party including Parents and Legal Guardians may file a report of sexual abuse or sexual harassment by filing out a grievance form and turning it into to any staff member not mentioned in the grievance. select the link below to be directed to a grievance form that can be filled out online and printed, or downloaded and filled out by hand. A grievance form may also be obtained from a staff member upon request. When you have completed the form, please give it to any staff member for processing.

Grievance Form

For the purpose of protecting residents in danger of imminent threat of sexual abuse, WCJS established an "Emergency Grievance Procedure." This procedure is only used for reporting imminent threat of sexual abuse to a resident. To use this procedure, simply go to any staff member and state that you want to file an emergency grievance. The staff member will put you in touch with a supervisor who will take your information, document the threat, and elevate the grievance for processing. An initial decision will be made within 48 hours, and a final decision within 5 calendar days.


PREA Aggregate Data


Annual Review

Each year Juvenile Services will review the data collected throughout the year and analyze it it determine trends and identify changes or corrective actions necessary to ensure the safety of our clients. Click on the link below to see the latest review.

May 2015


Juvenile Services Department


                         Scott Matthew
                      Executive Director

Juvenile Services
Administrative Office
200 Wilco Way 
Georgetown, TX 78626 
Phone: (512) 943-3200
Fax: (512) 943-3209
Driving Directions

Other Offices

Juvenile Detention Center / TRIAD
200 Wilco Way, Suite #4
Georgetown, TX 78626
Phone 512-943-3232
Fax: 512-943-3253

Williamson County Academy / JJAEP
200 Wilco Way, Suite #3
Georgetown, TX 78626
Phone: 512-943-3255
Fax 512-943-3290

Cedar Park Satellite Office
350 Discovery Blvd., Suite #105
Cedar Park, TX 78613 
Phone: 512-260-4230
Fax: 512-260-4235
Driving Directions

Round Rock Satellite Office
211 Commerce Blvd., Suite #108 
Round Rock, TX 78664
Phone: 512-248-3230
Fax: 512-248-3236
Driving Directions

Taylor Satellite Office

412 Vance, Suite #215
Taylor, TX 76574
Phone: 512-238-2130
Fax: 512-238-2131
Driving Directions

Williamson County Courthouse
710 Main Street Georgetown, TX 78626
Main Telephone: (512)943-1100
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