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Napa County Supervisor Alfredo Pedroza was recently named Chair of the Administration of Justice Policy Committee, a California State Association of Counties group focused on justice and public safety related issues.
The committee’s primary responsibility is to develop policies relating to the administration and financing of all county functions connected to the civil and criminal justice systems, including juvenile justice; probation; courts; local law enforcement; adult and juvenile detention; public records, privacy and open meetings; and grand juries.
“Napa County is a leader in evidence-based principles,” Pedroza said. “This will give us another opportunity to affect change in statewide policy and better advocate for our community.”
“Supervisor Pedroza understands the needs of juvenile offenders,” said Mary Butler, Napa County’s Chief Probation Officer. “He can help keep the finances and focus on doing what works for both juvenile and adult offenders.”
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