JUVENILE JUSTICE REFORM COUNCIL

Vacancy, Chair (chosen by Governor)

Appointed by Governor: Nathaniel R. Balis; Stuart P. Campbell; Heather N. Chapman; Lynn D. Davis; Terry Dodson; Matthew E. Fonseca; Eric N. Ford; V. Glenn Fueston, Jr.; Jabriera S. Handy; Michael S. Harrison; Rosemary King Johnston; Pauline Mandel, Esq.; David A. McGlone; Scott D. Shellenberger; Melissa Sickmund, Ph.D.; Jinney S. Smith, Ph.D. Terms expire 2021.

Appointed by Senate President: Jill P. Carter; William C. Smith, Jr.; Christopher R. West.

Appointed by House Speaker: Luke H. Clippinger; Jesse T. Pippy; one vacancy.

Appointed by Chief Judge, Court of Appeals: Michael J. Stamm

Ex officio: Hannibal Kemerer, Esq., designee of Attorney General; Michael T. Guilbault, Ph.D., designee of Secretary of Health; Debbie A. Marini, designee of Secretary of Human Services; Betsy F. Tolentino, designee of Secretary of Juvenile Services; Robert L. Green, Secretary of Public Safety & Correctional Services; Sylvia A. Lawson, Ph.D., designee of State Superintendent of Schools; Jennifer L. Egan, Esq., designee of Public Defender.


[photo, Legislative Services Building, 90 State Circle (from Bladen St.), Annapolis, Maryland] Staff: Nicholas J. Konzelman; Jameson D. Lancaster; Lauren C. Nestor.

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Legislative Services Building, 90 State Circle (from Bladen St.), Annapolis, Maryland, July 2014. Photo by Diane F. Evartt.


Supplemental Report to Governor & General Assembly due Oct. 1, 2021 (Chapter 596, Acts of 2021).

In June 2019, the Juvenile Justice Reform Council was authorized by the General Assembly (Chapter 253, Acts of 2019).

First, the Council established an advisory stakeholder group. With that group, the Council conducted roundtable discussion forums all over the State, maximizing public participation. Using data, the Council developed a statewide policy framework of strategies to increase public safety and reduce recidivism of young offenders. To treat juveniles who come in contact with the criminal and juvenile justice systems, best practices were researched by the Council. Ways to limit contact of juveniles with the criminal and juvenile justice systems or otherwise mitigate the risk factors that lead to such contact were to be identified and recommended by the Council.

In pursuit of its goals, the Council may request technical assistance from the Abell Foundation, the Annie E. Casey Foundation, the Council of State Governments, the Vera Institute of Justice, or any similar organization.

In January 2021, the Council submitted its final report to the Governor and General Assembly.

In June 2021, a further report was required, and authorization for the Council was extended from June 30, 2021 to June 30, 2022 (Chapter 596, Acts of 2021).

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