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.
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
Criminal Justice Coordinating Council Announces Expanded Hours for Posting Bond
Expanded hours are effective Thursday, November 14, 2019
Press release | Office of the Mayor,Corrections Division | 11/14/2019
City of St. Louis Joins the Safety and Justice Challenge to Create a Fairer, More Effective Local Justice System and Model Reforms for the Nation
St. Louis is one of 12 counties and cities to receive grants to design and test innovative criminal justice reforms
News/Announcement | Office of the Mayor | 10/24/2018
Mayor Krewson Recruits FUSE Fellows to Advance Criminal Justice Reform
Two new executives have joined the Mayor’s administration to work on initiatives aimed at advancing criminal justice reform in the city
Press release | Office of the Mayor,Corrections Division | 10/03/2018