Honorable Belvin Perry, Jr. Honored at CRC, Princeton Campus

Judge Belvin Perry and Orange County Mayor Teresa Jacobs

February 8, 2016 – The Orange County Central Receiving Center at Aspire Health Partners Princeton Campus has been renamed The Honorable Belvin Perry, Jr. Central Receiving Center. The dedication ceremony was hosted by Orange County Mayor Teresa Jacobs on Thursday, February 4, 2016. Judge Perry and his family were joined by life-long friends and dignitaries from throughout Central Florida.


Judge Belvin Perry Dedication Plaque“In recognition of former Chief Judge Belvin Perry, Jr.’s 25 years of exemplary service as a jurist, and his unwavering commitment to the citizens of Central Florida and Ninth Judicial Circuit Court of Florida colleagues, the Orange County Central Receiving Center is hereby renamed in his honor. As a deeply respected lawyer and judge, and as an advocate for justice and fairness, Judge Perry remains without peer. He has demonstrated a consummate level of professionalism and leadership through his unwavering efforts to institute innovative and system-wide best practices in the courtroom and the judicial system for citizens impacted by mental illness, addiction, homelessness, domestic violence and other serious issues. Through his hard work, Central Florida’s system of care has been permanently and positively impacted. Orange County Government proudly commemorates the life, legacy and achievements of The Honorable Belvin Perry, Jr.”