Percy H. Pitzer
6545 Calder Ave. Beaumont, Texas 77706
Phone: 409-861-2536
Fax: 409-861-2549

Continuing to Serve

Certified Service Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business

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History of PCGI

PCGI is a Certified Service Disabled Veteran Owned Business (SDVOB) headquartered in Beaumont, Texas.  We serve local, state and federal government agencies offering customized solutions in the capacities of training, advising and providing professional management and consulting services with particular strength in correctional, law enforcement, and justice systems throughout the United States and internationally.

Our company retains highly qualified subject matter experts, including veterans, with many years of experience and varied backgrounds enabling the firm to offer a wide range of professional services including jail needs assessments and master plans.

Services Offered
  • Serve as justice advisors
  • Technical Advisors for criminal investigations
  • Evaluate security control systems and facility operations
  • Assess and provide food service and health care services
  • Technical Advisors for environmental health and safety
  • Conduct staffing evaluations
  • Analyze, develop and train policy and procedures
  • Compliance monitoring
  • After action reviews following major incidents
  • Conduct strategic short, medium and long term planning
  • Expertise in building design and construction monitoring
  • Provide design, build and financing for construction projects
  • Training and professional development
  • Correctional Facility Needs Assessment
  • Pre-Occupancy Reviews
  • Industry Standards Quality Assurance Reviews
  • Feasibility Studies
  • Critical Incident After Action Reviews
  • Commissioning and Activation
  • Deposition and Expert Witness
  • Conduct suicide prevention training and after-action reviews
  • Certified Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) Auditors
Who We Serve
  • Basic Principles for the Treatment of Prisoners
  • Standard Minimum Rules for the Treatment of Prisoners
  • International Rule of Law
  • Basic Rights of Human Prisoners
  • Prison Rape Elimination Act Standards
  • Correctional Officer Ethical Standards of Conduct
  • American Correctional Association Standards
  • National Commission on Correctional Health Care Standards
  • Joint Commission Accreditation on Health Care
  • National Fire Protection Associations
  • Occupational Safety and Health
  • Environmental Protection Associations
  • American with Disabilities Act
  • 2000 U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement National Detention Standards
  • Principles based on a ‘healthy prison concept established by the World Health Organization (WHO)
  • 2008 Performance Based National
  • United Nations Minimum Standards for the Treatment of Prisoners
  • United Nations Rules for Treatment for Women Prisoners, Bangkok Rules
  • United Nation Rules on Prevention Juvenile delinquency, Riyadh Rules
  • United Nation Minimum Rules for Administration of Juvenile Justice, Beijing Rules
  • United Arab Emirates Federal Law
  • National Electric Code
  • National Plumbing Code

The Difference Between Competitors

We have the capability to offer a one stop shopping solution. Within our capabilities and among our associates, including our established partnerships, we have the ability to provide consulting on every relevant platform. PCGI will perform a needs assessment prior to project initiation serving as a base for services being provided. Experts with proven performance, one stop shopping, credibility along with PCGI's approach to every project to provide 100% satisfaction guaranteed through working as partners with our customers. Competitive pricing. Accessibility.

Percy H. Pitzer
President

Percy H. Pitzer is the President and Chief Executive Officer of PCGI. Percy is a Veteran of the United States Army, in which he served during the Vietnam Era from 1968 through 1973. His assignments included: 14th Armory Calvary Kensington - Germany; 4th Infantry Division Pleiku - Republic of Vietnam; and Army AWOL Apprehension Unit Milwaukee. Percy was promoted to the rank of Sergeant (E-5) and is the recipient of numerous medals and recognitions. Percy was also the recipient of an Honorable Discharge upon completion of his exemplary military service. Since his completion of service, Percy has accumulated over 40 years of correctional management experience, and has served as a Senior Warden at Minimum, Medium and High security level facilities. He also served as Warden in the private sector, where he is credited with implementing a number of innovative and advanced prison reform programs. These reform programs are still being utilized by many correctional facilities today, in both the private and public sectors. Percy has earned national awards in community service and cost reduction. He has a comprehensive knowledge of federal, state and private detention/correctional operations management.

Sununt Pitzer
Executive Vice President

Sununt Pitzer is Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer and is an experienced executive who has owned and operated a number of successful small businesses in the United States and Thailand. Sununt is also the President of Creative Corrections, L.L.C., providing guidance and leadership since its inception in 2002. Sununt brings to her role a broad wealth of knowledge and vision which has led to the success and advancement of the company which is now recognized worldwide and highly respected as a front runner in the industry of corrections management consulting.

Selma De Jesús-Zayas,Ph.D.
Director of Mental Health

Dr. De Jesús is the Director of Mental Health Programs for PCGI. She is a Clinical Psychologist with a specialty in Forensics. Dr. De Jesús joined PCGI after retiring from the Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP) where she served 23 years, the last 13 years as the Chief of Psychology Services, in Miami.  Dr. De Jesús, who is from San Juan, Puerto Rico,  obtained her B.A. (Social Science) and M.A. (Psychology) from the University of Puerto Rico.  Her interest in the integration of psychology and religion led her to Fuller Theological Seminary (Pasadena, Ca.) where she obtained an M.A. in Theology and a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology.  Upon graduation, she began her career in forensic psychology first by completing her Post-Doctorate Internship in a hospital for the criminally insane and those not competent to stand trial and later with the BOP, in Miami, Florida where she was hired as a Forensic Examiner.  A licensed psychologist in the state of Florida, Dr. De Jesús was one of a handful BOP mental health experts who regularly testified in federal court regarding inmates’ competency to stand trial, sanity at the time of the offense, and degree of dangerousness. As the head of psychology services in Miami Dr. De Jesús department monitored the mental health stability of approximately 1,500 adult, male inmates. Dr. De Jesús’ areas of expertise include competency, sanity at the time of the offense, dangerousness, suicide prevention, and suicide reconstruction (“suicide autopsy”). Dr. De Jesús is bilingual, fluent in both English and Spanish.

René Greenwald
Vice President,
International Business Development

René Greenwald is the Vice President, International Business Development focussing on generating new opportunities overseas for the company. He has more than 40 years of professional experience working in all of the Spanish speaking countries of Latin America. Rene was the representative in Mexico for the Pan American Development Foundation for over 10 years. He has supported Creative Corrections efforts to work with Mexican inmates in the U.S. supplying educational materials in Spanish as part of a rehabilitation program. René has been a member of teams visiting Central Asia and the Middle East to do feasibility studies for USAID. He has worked closely with government offices, educational institutions and the private sector.

Jeanine Hadnot
Vice President
Domestic Business Development

Jeanine Hadnot is currently serving as Vice President of Government Contracts and Business Development. Jeanine has worked with the Pitzer's since 2007 and has played an integral role in developing and generating business in the local, state and federal arenas. She has additionally served in the capacity of Facility Security Officer, ensuring security processes maintain compliance with the Defense Security Service and the National Industrial Security Program (NISP). Jeanine has 10 years’ experience in corrections management with the Texas Department of Criminal Justice. She has a degree in business management and has over 5 years’ experience providing oversight to a state supervised juvenile facility, as well as experience in owning and operating her own business(s).

Luis Villarreyna
Corporate Operations Manager

Luis Villarreyna serves as the Operations Manager. Luis is a Veteran of the United States Navy, serving over 20 years as a Logistic Specialist. His military operations management and leadership experience spans through over three tours, including Naval Air Station Atlanta, Navy and Marine Corps Reserve Center San Antonio, and Navy Personnel Command Millington. During his military career, Luis served in several capacities, including Logistics and Budgeting, Material Control Officer, Supply Officer, and Military Police, augmenting the Department of Defense Police Force. His transition to the civilian sector experience includes a General Manager position in the private sector and, more recently, Operations Manager. He has worked closely with government offices, and the private sector. Luis is bilingual and bicultural.