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Below are pictures and brief profiles of each of the staff at the Evening Reporting Center.
Allen Criger, ERC Coordinator
Before joining the ERC, Allen spent over ten years serving the City of Springfield as a Workforce Development Specialist and a Police Services Representative. Allen also worked with the Greene County CASA program as a volunteer coordinator/case manager. Allen is a 2000 graduate of Drury University with a degree in Criminology and Sociology with minors in Psychology and Global Studies. Allen is very dedicating to helping the youth of Greene County reach their goals and become responsible and productive members of the community. Allen enjoys spending time with his wife and two children and hobbies include fishing and camping.
Eric George, ERC Youth Specialist
Eric has recently graduated from Missouri State University. Before attending Missouri State, Eric served 3 years of active duty in the Army as an off-leash explosives detecting dog handler. He spent 2008 deployed to Baghdad, Iraq where he had a successful deployment uncovering numerous weapons and explosives while supporting combat operations. Eric currently lives in the Springfield area with his family. Eric's hobbies are fishing, camping, and attending local sporting events.
Caleb Crump, ERC Youth Specialist
Caleb is a junior at Missouri State University and is studying Criminology. Caleb attended high school in Arkansas, and moved to Missouri to attend college. He is still deciding on exactly what area of criminology he would like to pursue after school. Helping young people set goals and be able to maintain a healthy lifestyle in the community is something Caleb enjoys doing. Caleb enjoys staying fit and watching sports in his free time.
Brooke Parsley, ERC Youth Specialist
Brooke is a senior at Missouri State University, studying Criminology. She will be graduating with her Bachelor’s degree in May. Brooke is originally from Fayetteville, Arkansas and moved to Springfield for college. She is a licensed CASA volunteer and likes reading and spending time with her nieces and nephews.