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Maryland Manual 1994-1995

Appointed by Governor (who names chair):
Thomas E. Hickman; Phyllis D. K. Hildreth;
D. E. (Dave) Johnson; Madeline F. Moore;
Mark K. Shriver; B. Harriette Taylor, Esq.;
Adam Van Grack. Terms expire 1994.

Peter D. Blauvelt; Roger W. Brown; Bryan S.
Coster; Dwain D. Howard; Clementine L.
Kaufman, Ph.D.; Kimberly A. McCoy, Esq.;
Alexander J. Palenscar, Esq.; Alexis R. Piquero;
Mary K. Prangley; David Sann; Linda S.
Thompson, Ph.D. Terms expire 1995.

Ann Shervington Davis; Michael E. Drayton;
Michael D. Gambrill; Nancy S. Grasmick,
Ph.D.; Eddie M. Hamson; James W. Hubbard;
Melissa Hyatt; Douglas H. Moore, Jr.; Mary
Ann Saar; S. Britt Schroeter; Calvin D. Street.
Terms expire 1996.


Angela R. Gover, Victim Services Coordinator
(appointed by Executive Director)
...................... (410) 225-1834
Chairperson: Roberta R. Roper, designee of

Appointed by Governor. Sheriff Carl R. Harbaugh, 1995;
Virginia L. Wolf, 1995; Lawrence A. Dorsey, Jr., 1996;
Sandra B. Stolker, 1996; Roni Broden Young, 1996;
Carole Jo Alexander, 1997; Frank R. Weathersbee,
1997; William Harrison, 1998; Jeanne A. Martin, 1998.

Appointed by Chief Judge, Court of Appeals: Deborah
A. Unitus

Ex officio: Benjamin R. Wolman, Chairperson, Criminal
Injuries Compensation Board; Carolyn W. Colvin,
Secretary of Human Resources; Mary Ann Saar,
Secretary of Juvenile Services; Bishop L. Robinson,
Secretary of Public Safety & Correctional Services.


Sally M. Marker ............... (410) 225-1834
Marshall T. Goodwill, Special Assistant
(410) 225-1834
Hilary Hammerman, Administrative Assistant
(410) 225-1834


Richard W. Friedman ........ (410) 225-1834


Sara Huffines .............. (410) 225-1834


Farris Tuma. ............... (410) 225-1834

The Office of Justice Administration originated
as the Governor's Office of Justice Assistance in
1987 (Executive Order 01.01.1987.17). The Office
was reorganized under its present name in 1992
(Executive Order 01.01.1992.02).
For programs in the administration of justice, the
Executive Director engages in comprehensive plan-
ning and administers and monitors funds, grants, and
services authorized and appropriated under federal
legislation. State and local problems in justice admini-
stration also are evaluated by the Executive Director.
The Executive Director advises the Governor on
budget requests and legislation for the administra-
tion of justice. On national, State or local boards or
bodies concerned with the administration of justice,
the Executive Director may be designated as the

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Governor's representative. Appointed by the Gov-
ernor, the Executive Director also serves on the
Criminal Justice Information Advisory Board and
the State Board of Victim Services.

Stephen A. Bocian, Chairperson
Vacancy, Vice-Chairperson
(410) 225-1834

The Governor's Advisory Board for Justice Ad-
ministration was formed in 1987 as the Governor's
Advisory Board for Justice Assistance (Executive
Order 01.01.1987.17). The Board was restruc-
tured under its current name in 1992 (Executive
Order 01.01.1992.02). The Board helps the Execu-
tive Director of the Office of Justice Administration
develop strategy to support the State's application
for federal aid in the administration of justice. The
Board reviews and makes recommendations to the
Executive Director on all requests for funds, grants,
and services chosen by the Office for administration
or combined planning. The Board also recom-
mends to the Governor measures to combat State
and local problems in the administration of justice.
Appointed by the Governor, the Board consists
of fifteen members. Seven serve ex officio. One is a
senator nominated by the Senate President. One is
a delegate nominated by the House Speaker. Nomi-
nated by the Chief Judge of the Court of Appeals,
one member represents the Circuit Court. Another
member is nominated by the State's Attorneys'
Association. Four members are persons who have
demonstrated concern, interest, or knowledge in
the area of criminal justice. The Governor desig-
nates the chairperson and vice-chairperson.

George B, Rasin, Jr., Chairperson, 1994
Judson P. Garrett, Jr., Esq., Vice-Chairperson, 1994
Richard W. Friedman, Juvenile Justice Program
(410) 225-1834

The Maryland Juvenile Justice Advisory Council
was established in 1984 as an independent unit
within the Department of Health and Mental Hy-
giene (Executive Order 01.01.1984.08). In 1987,
the Council was placed under the Juvenile Services
Agency (Executive Order 01.01.1987.21). The
Council became part of the Governor's Office in
1988 (Executive Order 01.01.1988.01). In 1992,
the Council was reformed as a subcommittee of the
Governor's Advisory Board for Justice Administra-
tion (Executive Order 01.01.1992.02). The Coun-
cil advises the Governor and appropriate State
agencies on the juvenile justice system and preven-
tion of juvenile delinquency.


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