In 1994, the Virginia General Assembly enacted legislation giving localities more flexibility and involvement in responding to crime. In order to carry out some of this responsibility, Henrico County established its own Community Criminal Justice Board in 1995. The Board is made up of private citizens and key policy makers from Henrico County and its criminal justice agencies. The Board advises and assists local agencies in establishing or modifying services for both victims and offenders.
Our board consists of citizens, law enforcement and judicial officials, as well as other members of the community. For a complete list of current members, visit our site.
The CCJB usually meets the 3rd Friday of each month in the Sheriff’s Office conference room. To confirm the meeting schedule, agenda, or for other information, contact Shelby Johnson, Director of Community Corrections, at 804-501-4122 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Today’s teens are impacted by several issues that weren’t as prevelant years ago. The CCJB has helped to sponsor several videos that bring awareness to topics such as domestic violence, and shoplifting. For more information on these videos, and how to obtain a copy please visit our site.
Open Arms? Open Eyes! Power, Control and Abuse in Teen Relationships
Henrico County Community Criminal Justice Board
Purpose: Operate pretrial supervision services, post-trial supervision services, community service program, substance abuse assessment testing & treatment, restitution monitoring collection & payment services, home incarceration services, electronic monitoring, and Criminal Justice Planning and Evaluation services
Meeting Dates: 3rd Friday
Meeting Time: 8 a.m.
Meeting Location: Sheriff's Office Conference Room
Next Meeting: May 19, 2023