Criminal Justice Collaborative Council
2022 Meeting Schedule
March 3, 2022 | 1pm-2pm | Zoom Link | Agenda | Approved Minutes (moved from 1/27/22 then cancelled on 3/1/22)
March 24, 2022 | 1pm-2pm | Zoom Link | Agenda | Approved Minutes (Cancelled)
May 26, 2022 | 1pm-2pm | Zoom Link | Agenda | Approved Minutes (Cancelled)
July 28, 2022 | 1pm-2pm | In Person: LRC 4135 Washtenaw Ave. A2 48108 | Agenda | Approved Minutes
September 22, 2022 | 1pm-2pm | In Person: LRC 4135 Washtenaw Ave. A2 48108| Agenda | Approved Minutes
November 24, 2022 | Thanksgiving Holiday - County Closed - No Meeting
2021 Meeting Schedule
January 28, 2021 | 1pm-2pm | Zoom Link | Agenda | Approved Minutes
March 25, 2021 | 1pm-2pm | Zoom Link | Agenda | (Cancelled)
May 27, 2021 | 1pm-2pm | Zoom Link | Agenda | Draft Minutes
July 22, 2021 | 1pm-2pm| Zoom Link| Agenda | (Cancelled)
September 23, 2021 | 1pm-2pm | Zoom Link| Agenda | Approved Minutes (Cancelled)
November 25, 2021 | 1pm-2pm | Zoom Link | Agenda | Approved Minutes (Cancelled)
Please click this URL to join any of the above virtual meetings. If listed as "In Person" the zoom meeting will not be available.
The members of the CJCC include 20 elected and appointed leaders in criminal justice as well as 4 appointed members from the community.
The purpose of the Washtenaw County Criminal Justice Collaborative Council (CJCC) is to maximize efficiency, effectiveness, fairness, and cooperative efforts of criminal justice agencies by developing plans, programs and positions on concerns which have multi-disciplinary Criminal Justice System application, have a positive impact on crime, are innovative or are intergovernmental in scope.
The main focus of the CJCC has been to develop multi-disciplinary strategies to alleviate jail overcrowding and making recommendations to the Board of Commissioners about how to implement and fund those strategies. Future efforts of the CJCC include a focus on reintegrating inmates into the community in order to reduce recidivism and developing common technology solutions that will enable criminal justice agencies to operate more efficiently and effectively.
While not all issues in public safety and justice come to the CJCC, this body has served as a valuable sounding board for justice-related proposals. The CJCC's mission is to provide a forum for systems discussions while maintaining a level of respect for the various mandates of the elected and appointed offices.
For further questions please email Alize Asberry Payne.