Joint Processing Center Project
This informational website contains content and material previously made public in project presentations, RFPs, contract awards, news articles, public informational videos, public events, etc. This site also includes some helpful thoughts about the JPC Project. Please click on the button below to view the JPC Project Welcome Video (2019). Afterward, please SCROLL DOWN for more JPC Project information.
The JPC Project - A partnership between Harris County and the City of Houston to consolidate local jail operations.
The Joint Processing Center (JPC): A state-of-the-art facility that combined innovative design, modern technology and superior jail management software to set the new standard for efficient, large-scale, progressive-minded inmate processing and housing. To learn about the JPC Project, please explore this website by clicking on the 15 tabs at the top of this page.
Harris County Joint Processing Center
The 2019 Harris County Sheriff's Office JPC Team.
JPC Major Greg Summerlin (Retired Sept. 2019)
Led HCSO Planning, Design, Transition, and Operational Teams for the JPC Project.
HCSO JMS Software Team
HCSO JMS Manager Jessica Smith, Deputy Felicia Hood and the software support team for the JPC.
Chief Darryl Coleman and JPC Supervisory Staff
HCSO Chief Darryl Coleman was the Harris County Jail Administrator.
HCSO JPC Project Team
JPC Unit Citation Photo
Administrative Assistant Latoya Silverio, Manager Jessica Smith, Sergeant Sisto Deleon, Major Greg Summerlin, Deputy Felicia Hood, and Deputy Tommy Torres (left to right).
Get in Touch with Greg Summerlin
In September 2019, after 30 years of service as a peace officer and senior-level correctional manager, I officially retired from the Harris County Sheriff's Office. While retired, I am still glad to answer any questions you may have about the Harris County JPC Project (just enter your information below and submit your questions). If you need any official HCSO communication regarding the JPC Project, please contact the Harris County Sheriff's Office and ask to speak with Major Pat Dougherty (see the "About Maj. Pat Dougherty" tab for his information). Thanks. - Major Greg Summerlin (Ret).