Jeremy is the former Sr. Deputy Parole and Probations Officer for Jackson County Community Justice and current owner of Liminal Justice Consulting, LLC, a consulting firm dedicated in part to the advancement, adoption, and expansion of Medication Assisted Treatment within the criminal justice system and community at large.
Previously, Hubbard was a probation officer for 16 years, including 11 years in the Domestic Violence unit and 3 years supervising an Opioid Use Disorder caseload. Elected as Chair for both the Jackson County Council Against Domestic & Sexual Violence (JCCADSV) and the statewide Family Violence Service Network, Hubbard also facilitated and coordinated Executive Committee (Board of Directors) meetings. During his assignment on the Opioid Use Disorder caseload, Hubbard created and oversaw the implementation of the “Medication Assisted Treatment through Confined Healing (MATCH)” program. MATCH is a correctional MAT program that started in Jackson County Jail and is now operating within the Jackson County Transition Center.
Hubbard’s awards include the 2008 and 2009 Jackson County Council Against Domestic & Sexual Violence Awards, as well as the 2015 Jackson County Community Justice Director’s Award. Hubbard holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Communication from Southern Oregon University and a Master’s Degree in Criminal Justice from the University of Cincinnati.