CCJB Subcommittees


The Community Criminal Justice Board has working subcommittees that include members of the CCJB and others representatives of the communities it serves. Board members are indicated by *.

Criminal Justice Information Technology Committee

Purpose

The Committee serves the Board through the organization of criminal justice information technology to minimize duplication of effort and increase networked information for improved criminal justice service delivery.

Chairman - Christopher W. Rosen, Director, Information Technology Bureau, Fairfax County Police Department

Members

  • Drew Kassick, Information Technology Manager, Circuit Court and Records
  • Richard T. Smith, Information Technology Branch Chief, Office of the Sheriff
  • Claude J. Beheler, Chief Magistrate*
  • George Spack, Information Technology Director, Juvenile & Domestic Relations Court
  • Elwood D. Jones, Director, Alcohol Safety Action Program
  • Mark Graziano, Probation and Parole District #29
  • Debbie J. Thorpe, Commonwealth’s Attorney
  • Ed Ernouf, Office of the Public Defender
  • Emelin Beach, Management Analyst, General District Court

Ex Officio Members

  • Wanda Gibson, Director, Department of Information Technology
  • Adam Eldert, Department of Information Technology

Planning Subcommittee

The Subcommittee reviews identified issues for the Board. Activities include monitoring current Board program initiatives and developing reports, recommendations and coordinated action plans for review and action by the Board.

Chairman - Vacant

Members

  • Claude J. Beheler, Chief Magistrate*
  • Nancy L. Lake, Clerk of General District Court*
  • Lawrence W. Vogel, Citizen Appointee, Fairfax County*
  • Kenneth G. Feng, Citizen Appointee, Fairfax County*

Community Corrections Subcommittee

The Subcommittee serves the Board through review and update of community corrections issues including the diversion of individuals with mental illness public intoxication from the Fairfax Jail to more appropriate, safe community sites and services.Subcommittee members are working with other groups to implement a new approach to divert the mentally ill and the intoxicated in public from the Fairfax Jail to appropriate sites and services.

Chairman - Colonel Mark Sites, Sheriff*

Mentally Ill and Criminal Justice Subcommittee

The Subcommittee serves the Board through review and update of issues concerning the mentally ill and criminal justice. Subcommittee members are working with other organizations and groups to implement a new approach to divert the mentally ill from the Fairfax Jail to more appropriate sites and services.

Chairman - George E. Braunstein, Executive Director, Fairfax Community Services Board* 

Unmet Criminal Justice Needs and Resources Subcommittee

The Subcommittee serves the Board by identifying unmet needs at the coordination points between Board member agencies and identifying the resources necessary to improve criminal justice system services.

Chairman - Claude J, Beheler, Chief Magistrate*

Other

  • Nominations Committee
  • Juvenile Crime Enforcement Coalition
  • VASAVOR Policy Group

 

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