Juvenile Crime Prevention Council

The Juvenile Crime Prevention Council reviews the needs of at-risk youth, evaluates juvenile services and programs, promotes public awareness, develops intervention strategies and provides funding for services, treatment, counseling, etc.

The council consists of 26 members, among them are judicial and agency representatives as well as 7 at-large representatives.

Appointments are for two-year terms.

Fill out an application if you are interested in serving on this council.