The board of supervisors may establish in each county a county advisory committee on adult detention. Added by Stats. There shall be 6, 9, or 12 members of the committee. One-third shall be appointed by the board of supervisors, one-third by the sheriff, and one-third by the presiding judge of the superior court. Of the members appointed by the presiding judge, one shall be a member of the State Bar.
City of Alexandria, Virginia
Divisions & Committees – BSCC
Appointment is made by the Sheriff upon recommendation of the CSAB and where applicable, sponsoring agency. The term membership is open; Board members serve with no definitive termination date. Board membership requires approximately hours per month, generally concentrated at the monthly CSAB meetings usually held the first Tuesday of each month at 8 a. This translation has not been reviewed by the City of Alexandria and may contain errors. Specifically, the CSAB assists the Sheriff in: Developing programs in the Detention Center in cooperation with the Alexandria community; Mobilizing and coordinating relevant community resources in a concerted attack on the problems related to the delivery of programs in a local correctional setting; Planning, developing and assisting in the implementation of programs and services that benefit the inmates of the Detention Center; Educating the community regarding program and service needs of Detention Center inmates; and Performing other duties in support of inmate programming in the Detention Center.
Department of Correction and Rehabilitation
Get to know our Advisory Board for the Prison Research and Innovation Initiative , an effort to infuse prisons with research, evidence, transparency, and innovation to promote the well-being of people who live and work there. CDR is a not-for-profit, community-based advocacy and service organization for people with all types of disabilities. She has worked on disability policy for ten years in multiple positions.
Vaccine and Priority Group Information. The Advisory Committee meets on the 3rd Tuesday, bi-monthly, and meetings start at am. The Advisory Group reorganized and renamed itself after meeting for over three years as a planning committee for the new jail facility. Once the facility opened March the focus moved from planning, transition and getting ready to open to actual facility operations and ongoing community interface. Regular attendees now include neighborhood residents, other members of the up-county community, DOCR staff members, law enforcement Sheriff and Montgomery County Police and county residents with special interests in mental health, substance abuse, education, faith community programs, diversity issues, workforce development, public safety, library services, prisoner reentry and any other topics and issue areas that fall within the focus of a full service correctional program.