The Criminal Justice Reform Policy Committee (CJRPC) is established to identify and prioritize county detention reform initiatives for adults and juveniles; major issues include dealing with people with behavioral health and substance abuse problems; inmate competency and time limits; the high cost of operating detention facilities; wrap around services for individuals released from detention facilities; probation and parole violators in jails; continued connection with the Courts, Corrections, and Justice Interim Legislative Committee; and increase in County Detention Facilities Reimbursement Act funding. This committee is also charged with identifying and prioritizing law enforcement issues including criminal code reform, bail bond issues, and issues concerning law enforcement operations.
Chair: Sharon Stover, NMAC Past President/Los Alamos County Clerk
Vice Chair: Glenn Hamilton, Sierra County Sheriff
Staff Liaison: Grace Philips, NMAC General Counsel
Agenda CJRPC 12.4.15