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Justice Reinvestment Committee

Interim Committee Studies and Assignments

(15 members)

2015 § 11 Study alternatives to incarceration, with a focus on the behavioral health needs of individuals in the criminal justice system. The study must include receipt of reports on the status, effectiveness, and sustainability of the community behavioral health program for individuals in the criminal justice system which must include caseload data, any recognized savings to the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, an overview of the training requirements for contract behavioral health service providers, and recommendations.

3002 Study the operation, management, conditions, standards, and supervision of city, county, and regional correctional facilities and other potential means to improve the rehabilitative function of city, county, and regional correctional facilities and a possible transition of the supervision of city, county, and regional correctional facilities from the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation to the Attorney General

4003 Study the current juvenile justice process, the appropriate age when a juvenile is considered capable of committing a criminal offense, levels of collaboration among various service systems, implementation of dispositional alternatives, and methods for improving outcomes for juveniles involved in the process

Receive a report from the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation and the Supreme Court regarding the progress of the justice reinvestment initiative (2017 House Bill No. 1041, § 20)

Receive a report from the Justice Reinvestment Oversight Committee before July 1, 2018, of the findings and recommendations of the study of implementation of justice reinvestment policies in the state and any legislation required to implement those recommendations (2017 Senate Bill No. 2015, § 14)