Hello, my name is Misty Jefferson; I am the Adult Probation Officer for the tribe. I am an Army Veteran of 12 years and have served two tours in Iraq and Kuwait. I graduated with honors from Buena Vista University with a B.A. in Criminology and Human Services. In April of 2015, I graduated from the Tribal Probation Academy which provided me the opportunity to obtain information and critical skills needed for effective case management, officer safety, and career development. One of my goals as the Meskwaki Nation Probation Officer is to help Tribal members receive counseling in substance, physical, and mental abuse. I hope to provide guidance so individuals can become successful in seeking employment, and give back to their community.
I am married to Vern Jefferson and together we have six children and three grandchildren. My hobbies are running, traveling and spending time with our families.
The Meskwaki Nation Juvenile Probation primary task is to supervise the youth on their caseloads and ensure compliance with the court's orders. JPO conduct regular visits to the juvenile's home, school, work, and other areas of the community which the juvenile frequents. The JPO also makes referrals to the community resources for interventions for the youth and his/her parents.
Quincy Grittmann is from the Meskwaki and Winnebago tribes. She obtained her B.S. degree in Public Relations with a minor in Event Management from Iowa State University and is currently working on her master’s degree in Digital Audience Strategy from Arizona State University.
This is my Quincy’s second time serving as the Meskwaki Juvenile Probation Officer. Previously, she worked for the Sac & Fox tribe in Human Resources.
In her free time, Quincy enjoys baking, playing volleyball and spending time with her family.
The Meskwaki Nation Probation office is responsible for overseeing people who are convicted of crimes, but who have been released on probation or parole. They fulfill many roles for these individuals, including offering treatment options, helping them find jobs, and keeping track of their progress. Ultimately, they serve as supervisors and mentors for offenders who are trying to get back on their feet.
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