Criminal Justice Policy Development Committee
Primary Responsibility of Committee
The Criminal Justice Policy Development Committee is appointed by and serves at the pleasure of NCTCOG's Executive Board. This Committee assists the Executive Board in establishing criminal justice planning policies and procedures, reviews and prioritizes regional requests for justice-related funding, and encourages public awareness of criminal justice matters.
Number of Committee Members
Not more than 50
Terms of Membership
Terms of membership are based on staggered three-year terms with approximately one-third of the membership appointed each year.
Standard Meeting Date
Meetings are usually held in the fall, with special prioritization and training sessions at various times throughout the calendar year.
The composition of the Committee includes representation from the following sectors, per NCTCOG's interlocal agreement with the Office of the Governor's Criminal Justice Division.
- Citizens or Parents
- Juvenile Justice
- Law Enforcement
- Mental Health
- Non-Profit Organizations
- Prosecution or Courts
- Substance Abuse Prevention
- Victim Services