Juvenile Justice Coordinating Council
The Board of Supervisors, as part of AB 1913, the Juvenile Justice Crime Prevention Act, designates the Juvenile Justice Coordinating Council (JJCC).
The roles and responsibilities for the Juvenile Justice Coordinating Council include the following:
- Develop and update the Comprehensive Multi-agency Juvenile Justice Plan describing the Napa County community’s vision and action plan for improving the Juvenile Justice continuum in Napa County, as described in California Welfare and Institutions Code (WIC) 749.22;
- Provide the leadership to the Juvenile Justice Realignment Subcommittee (SB 823) as described in WIC 1995; and
- Provide input on Napa County’s Juvenile Justice Crime Prevention Act-Youthful Offender Block Grant Annual Plan described in California Government Code 30061(b)(4).
The Juvenile Justice Coordinating Council aims for diverse leadership representing multiple community sectors. The Brown Act governs the JJCC.
The coordinating council shall, at a minimum include, the Chief Probation Officer, as chair, and one representative each from:
|• The District Attorney’s office||• The Sheriff’s Department|
|• The Department of Social Services||• A Community-Based Agency drug and alcohol program|
|• The County Office of Education or School district||• The Public Defender’s office|
|• The Board of Supervisors||• The Department of Mental Health|
|• A City Police Department||• An at-large community representative|
- Meetings are held the 3rd Wednesday of January, April, and September at 11:30 am.
- Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.
- Information on how to attend the meeting is located on the first page of the Agenda.
Contact JJCC Chair, Amanda Gibbs