Community Corrections Advisory Board

Members of the Community Corrections Advisory Board serve 2-year terms, with statutory appointments, including 6 citizen appointments (representatives for community service, ministerial, citizen-at-large, criminal defense attorney, business and media). The Board is responsible for studying and making recommendations regarding issues and possible alternatives to jail. The Board deals directly with contract people and with recommendations for funds from the state on matters of jail reduction. Other issues can include topics such as drug testing, tethering, community involvement, etc.