Strategic Plan

Family Preservation Court

Family Preservation Court is an issue Travis Lampley is truly passionate about. It is one that impacts so many at-risk children and their families in Rutherford County.

The Family Preservation Initiative seeks to identify at-risk children and their families before a petition is filed, or as shortly thereafter as possible.  Successful and early intervention has the ability to prevent traumatic family separations and will allow necessary services to families when they so desperately need them.

Throughout Travis’ extensive practice in juvenile courts across Middle Tennessee, he has gained confidence that this initiative will help at-risk children and families in our community.

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Family Drug Recovery Program

Travis Lampley is proud to support and push for the establishment of a Family Drug Recovery Program. This is a very serious issue that has been impacting children and families in Rutherford County.

If you would like to find out more information about this issue, as well as others, please do not hesitate to get in touch.

Lake View

Regular Meetings with Agencies, Providers, Staff and local Bar Association

In order to move toward a common goal of creating an effective juvenile court, all staff, attorney’s, providers and agencies should have open and regular communication.   This includes training and cross-functional partnerships among all involved agencies.  It is very important that the values and opinions of others are respected.


Safeguard Taxpayer Dollars

Travis Lampley is fiscally conservative and will ensure that the Juvenile Court system is efficiently run in an effort to safeguard taxpayer dollars.


Docket Management

Travis Lampley will manage the Court’s dockets to prevent future backlog in an effort to bring permanency to the children and timely disposition of all cases.


Appropriate Detention

Travis Lampley will use his extensive experience in juvenile court and as Assistant District Attorney to protect the community in detaining delinquents pursuant to T.C.A. 37-1-114.