Staff Members


Tanya Perkins


(801) 451-3556

Julie Stephenson

Victim services Coord.

(801) 451-3554

Shauna Jarman

Admin Secretary

(801) 451-3560

Brindy Solomon

Admin Secretary

(801) 451-3560

Jill Bell

forensic interviewer

(801) 451-3560

Krista Caprio

Nurse Practitioner

(801) 451-3557

Cheryl Tidwell


(801) 451-3562

Mindi Hascall


(801) 451-3562

Board Members


Advisors to the Davis County Children's Justice Center

The purpose of the Davis County Children’s Justice Center Advisory Board is to assist and advise the management and staff of the Davis County Children’s Justice Center in accomplishing their task of providing a comprehensive, multi disciplinary, intergovernmental response to sexual abuse of children and serious physical abuse of children. The purposes of Children’s Justice Centers are codified at 67-5b-101, et seq., Utah Code Annotated, 1953.

# Full Name Company
1 Mark Arrington Defense Attorney
2 Shawn Stoker Clinton Chief of Police
3 Lorene Kamalu Commissioner and Advisory Chair
4 Carol Ann Jessop Friend's Board Representative
5 Amy Graham FBI Representative
6 David Fureigh Assistant Attorney General
7Michelle Sullivan  Office of the Guardian Ad Litem
8 Carol Page Community Member
9 Tanya Perkins Director, Children's Justice Center
10Julie Stephenson Coordinator, Children's Justice Center
11 Troy Rawlings Davis County Attorney
12 Jason Hoagland Tanner Clinic
13 Todd Soutor Davis Behavioral Health
14 Trisha Singleton DCFS Representative
15Krista Caprio 

Primary Children's Nurse Practitioner 

16 Kelly Sparks

Davis County Sheriff

Friend's of Davis County Children's Justice Center

The Friends Board is a 501 (c) (3) entity which was created for the purpose of raising funds for the Davis County Children’s Justice Center program. Funds are used to pay for snacks and drinks that are offered to families while at the Center, and to assist in monthly maintenance costs of the salt water aquarium in the lobby that all who visit the Center enjoy.

Funds are also used to subsidize training costs for professionals who use the Center including prosecutors, law enforcement, and child protective services investigators who conduct forensic interviews with children and investigate child abuse allegations. Forensic interviews, when done correctly, help prosecutors build stronger cases that will hold up to the rigors of the court process.

The membership of this board is not set by statute but is best made up of individuals with high civic commitment who have numerous contacts in the community to effectively generate on-going support for the local Children’s Justice Center.

# Full Name Friends Board Title
1Rusti FerrisBoard President
2 Michelle ScharfVice President
3 Nora Fowers Treasurer
4Spencer JohnsonAssistant Treasurer
5 Carol Ann Jessop Secretary
6Bev Lambdin Assistant Secretary
7Brooke FieldEvents Coordinator
8Elaine Totten-Beal Social Media Coordinator
9Tanya PerkinsCJC Director
10Julie StephensonCJC Coordinator
11 Ann SummerhaysVolunteer
12 Barbara Patterson Volunteer
13Cliff SwensonVolunteer
14 Floyd Baham Volunteer
15 Heidi SmithVolunteer
16Vance GarfieldVolunteer
17Natalie MillerVolunteer
18 Heidi Parkin Volunteer
19 Bobbie Davis Volunteer - Kohls Rep
20Ericka HaslamVolunteer 
21Kristin BlissVolunteer