Criminal Justice Coordinating Council (CJCC)

The purpose of the Criminal Justice Coordinating Council (CJCC) is to ensure the fair administration of criminal and juvenile justice.

Overview

The Council and its Committees comprise of elected and appointed officials along with senior level stakeholders from criminal and juvenile justice agencies, government administration and key cross-sector organizations like public health, human services, transportation, housing. 

The purpose of the Council is to ensure the fair administration of criminal and juvenile justice by increasing effective communication, collaboration and planning; and, to improve the criminal and juvenile systems' operation through effective data collection, sharing and analysis crosscutting the local criminal and public health systems. 

Ordinance 71012 Establishes the Criminal Justice Coordinating Council.

Contact

Debbie Allen
Executive Director, Criminal Justice Coordinating Council
(314) 613-7005
Email & full profile

Meeting Materials

CJCC Alternatives to Incarceration Committee April 29, 2021 Meeting
CJCC Information Sharing Governance Committee May 25, 2021 Meeting Agenda
Criminal Justice Coordinating Council April 13 2021 Meeting Agenda
CJCC Information Sharing Governance Committee March 30 2021 Meeting Agenda
CJCC Alternatives to Incarceration Committee February 25, 2021 Meeting

Calendar

These events are coming up soon. You can also View past meetings.

Committees

Alternatives to Incarceration Committee
The Alternatives to Incarceration Committee assists in the work of the Criminal Justice Coordinating Council

Information Sharing Governance Committee
The Information Sharing Governance Committee assists in the work of the Criminal Justice Coordinating Council

Public Health Committee
The Public Health Committee assists in the work of the Criminal Justice Coordinating Council

CJCC Council Members

Ex-Officio Voting Members

Michael K. Mullen (Chair)
Twenty-Second Judicial Circuit Court Judge appointed by Presiding Judge

Kimberly Gardner
Circuit Attorney

Vernon Betts
Sheriff

John Hayden
Police Commissioner of the City of St. Louis

Dale Glass
Corrections Commissioner of the City of St. Louis

Donna King
Probation and Parole Administrator for the Eastern Region of the State of Missouri

Matthew Mahaffey
District Public Defender

Newton McCoy
Twenty-Second Judicial Circuit Court – Administrative Judge of the Municipal Division

Nathan Graves
Twenty-Second Judicial Circuit – Court Administrator

Richard Torack
Twenty-Second Judicial Circuit Court –Clerk of the Municipal Division

Richard Sykora
City Counselor’s Office – Associate City Counselor, Attorney Manager Municipal Prosecutions

Sarah Phillips
Twenty-Second Judicial Circuit Court – Pretrial Services Coordinator

Michael Gamache
Deputy appointed by Sheriff

Serena Muhammad
Community based agency Stakeholder appointed by Twenty-Second Judicial Circuit Court Judge

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Community based agency Stakeholder appointed by Twenty-Second Judicial Circuit Court Judge

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Attorney appointed by Circuit Attorney

Appointed Non-Voting Members

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Prosecution-based Crime Victim Services appointed by Circuit Attorney

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Law Enforcement-based Crime Victim Services appointed by Police Commissioner

Ex-Officio Non-Voting Members

Lyda Krewson
Mayor

Lewis Reed
President of the Board of Alderman

Michael Garvin
City Counselor

Jimmie Edwards
Director of Public Safety

Announcements

Reports

FUSE Corps Fellowship Interim Project Status Report - May 2020
The May 2020 FUSE Fellowship Interim Project Status Report includes the project summary, key accomplishments, challenges, responses and recommendations.

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