Community Criminal Justice Board
Note: The Community Criminal Justice Board has altered its meeting schedule to include a meeting on March 13, 2013, and April 10, 2013.
- 5:30 pm
- Second Wednesday, every other month*
- Loudoun County Government Center
Purcellville Room, 1st Floor
1 Harrison St. S.E.
Leesburg, VA 20177
Meetings are posted on the Loudoun County Government Master Calendar
Minutes of the CCJB meetings are available following approval.
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The Community Criminal Justice Board (CCJB) has 10 mandated members and nine additional members. These additional members are appointed at-large, one by each member of the Board of Supervisors
The staff contact for the CCJB is Kaye Wallace, Criminal Justice Analyst. Ph: 703-737-8234.
On July 1, 1995, the General Assembly enacted legislation requiring each jurisdiction to create a local CCJB upon the development of a local pretrial services or a community-based probation program.
The purpose of the CCJB shall be to enable Loudoun County to develop, establish, administer, monitor, and maintain community-based corrections programs for certain individuals who meet the eligibility criteria established under Section 19.2-303.3 of the Code of Virginia
or other applicable provisions of state law. The programs so established should effect the following purposes:
- To allow localities greater flexibility and involvement responding to the problem of crime in their communities
- To permit localities to operate and utilize local community-based probation programs and services specifically designed to meet the rehabilitative needs of selected offenders
- To provide appropriate post-sentencing alternatives in localities for certain offenders with the goal of reducing the incidence of repeat offenses
- To provide increased opportunities for offenders to make restitution to victims of crimes through financial reimbursement or community services
- To provide more effective protection of society and to promote efficiency and economy in the delivery of correctional services
Section 9.1-175 of the Code of Virginia requires that each CCJB must adopt and approve a Biennial Plan of its objectives and goals, and the strategies for implementing the programs and meeting the objectives and goals. View the 2009 / 2011 Biennial Plan for the CCJB