Community Service Program

A personal highlight for District Attorney Brian C.T. Jones is the creation of the Community Service Program. This program requires criminal defendants to give back to their community for committing a crime in Limestone County. Since 2011, this program has provided 41,694.5 hours of community labor to Limestone County free of charge.

We are very pleased to have numerous non-profit community partners in this endeavor. The District Attorney's Office is always looking to associate with new groups to expand the Community Service Program within Limestone County.

Community Partners:


  • Alabama Veterans Museum
  • American Legion
  • Ardmore Quarterback Club
  • Athens Animal Shelter
  • Athens City Schools
  • Athens Limestone Food & Shelter
  • Birdie Thornton Center
  • Botanical Garden
  • Boys & Girls Club
  • CASA Mud Volleyball
  • Clements VFD
  • Disaster Relief
  • District Attorney's Trash Patrol
  • Downtown Rescue Mission
  • East Limestone VFD
  • Elkmont Nutrition Center
  • Family Resource Center
  • Habitat for Humanity
  • Hospice of Athens
  • Humane Society
  • Limestone County Commission
  • Limestone County Council on Aging
  • Limestone County Department of Human Resources
  • Limestone County Schools
  • Local Churches
  • Oak Grove/Thach VFD
  • Owens VFD
  • Peace, Love & Animals
  • Rocket Harley Davidson
  • Salvation Army
  • Tanner Senior Center

If you would like to become a community partner, we look forward to talking with you by phone or by appointment at our office. Contact Program Director James E. Clem at (256) 216-1454.