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CHAPTER 10 - STATE ADVISORY COUNCIL ON JUVENILE JUSTICE

 

14-10-101. State advisory council on juvenile justice.

 

(a) There is created within the office of the governor thestate advisory council on juvenile justice. The advisory council shall consistof not less than fifteen (15) members appointed by the governor representingeach judicial district. Each member shall serve a three (3) year term. The advisorycouncil shall be made up of members having training, experience or specialknowledge concerning the prevention and treatment of juvenile delinquency orthe administration of juvenile justice.

 

(b) The governor may remove any member of the advisory councilas provided in W.S. 9-1-202.

 

(c) Vacancies on the advisory council shall be filled byappointment for the unexpired term.

 

(d) The advisory council may meet four (4) or more times eachyear.

 

(e) Members of the advisory council shall not receivecompensation for their services, but when actually engaged in the performanceof their duties, they shall receive travel expenses, per diem and mileageexpenses in the same manner and amount as employees of the state.

 

(f) The advisory council shall:

 

(i) Advise the governor in the development and review of thestate's juvenile justice planning;

 

(ii) Assist communities in the formation of community juvenileservices boards;

 

(iii) Make recommendation for an equitable funding formula fordistribution of funds to community juvenile service boards;

 

(iv) Be afforded the opportunity to review and comment on alljuvenile justice, delinquency prevention and juvenile services grantapplications prepared for submission under any federal grant program by anygovernmental entity of the state;

 

(v) Review the progress and accomplishments of state and localjuvenile justice, delinquency prevention and juvenile services projects;

 

(vi) At the direction of the governor, assist communities tocollect, compile and distribute data relating to juvenile justice, delinquencyprevention and juvenile services, including but not limited to, an inventory ofprograms and services available in each county of the state. The council shallthen identify and make recommendations with regard to areas for which anunfulfilled need for services or programs exists;

 

(vii) Develop recommendations concerning establishments ofpriorities and needed improvements with respect to juvenile justice,delinquency prevention and juvenile services and report its recommendations tothe governor and joint judiciary interim committee annually, on or beforeDecember 31;

 

(viii) Review and analyze the proposed budget for each entity ofstate government which utilizes state or federal funds to administer or providejuvenile justice programs and services and make recommendations to thegovernor; and

 

(ix) Coordinate the efficient and effective development andenhancement of state, local and regional juvenile justice programs.

 

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Wyoming > Title14 > Chapter10

CHAPTER 10 - STATE ADVISORY COUNCIL ON JUVENILE JUSTICE

 

14-10-101. State advisory council on juvenile justice.

 

(a) There is created within the office of the governor thestate advisory council on juvenile justice. The advisory council shall consistof not less than fifteen (15) members appointed by the governor representingeach judicial district. Each member shall serve a three (3) year term. The advisorycouncil shall be made up of members having training, experience or specialknowledge concerning the prevention and treatment of juvenile delinquency orthe administration of juvenile justice.

 

(b) The governor may remove any member of the advisory councilas provided in W.S. 9-1-202.

 

(c) Vacancies on the advisory council shall be filled byappointment for the unexpired term.

 

(d) The advisory council may meet four (4) or more times eachyear.

 

(e) Members of the advisory council shall not receivecompensation for their services, but when actually engaged in the performanceof their duties, they shall receive travel expenses, per diem and mileageexpenses in the same manner and amount as employees of the state.

 

(f) The advisory council shall:

 

(i) Advise the governor in the development and review of thestate's juvenile justice planning;

 

(ii) Assist communities in the formation of community juvenileservices boards;

 

(iii) Make recommendation for an equitable funding formula fordistribution of funds to community juvenile service boards;

 

(iv) Be afforded the opportunity to review and comment on alljuvenile justice, delinquency prevention and juvenile services grantapplications prepared for submission under any federal grant program by anygovernmental entity of the state;

 

(v) Review the progress and accomplishments of state and localjuvenile justice, delinquency prevention and juvenile services projects;

 

(vi) At the direction of the governor, assist communities tocollect, compile and distribute data relating to juvenile justice, delinquencyprevention and juvenile services, including but not limited to, an inventory ofprograms and services available in each county of the state. The council shallthen identify and make recommendations with regard to areas for which anunfulfilled need for services or programs exists;

 

(vii) Develop recommendations concerning establishments ofpriorities and needed improvements with respect to juvenile justice,delinquency prevention and juvenile services and report its recommendations tothe governor and joint judiciary interim committee annually, on or beforeDecember 31;

 

(viii) Review and analyze the proposed budget for each entity ofstate government which utilizes state or federal funds to administer or providejuvenile justice programs and services and make recommendations to thegovernor; and

 

(ix) Coordinate the efficient and effective development andenhancement of state, local and regional juvenile justice programs.

 


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State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Wyoming > Title14 > Chapter10

CHAPTER 10 - STATE ADVISORY COUNCIL ON JUVENILE JUSTICE

 

14-10-101. State advisory council on juvenile justice.

 

(a) There is created within the office of the governor thestate advisory council on juvenile justice. The advisory council shall consistof not less than fifteen (15) members appointed by the governor representingeach judicial district. Each member shall serve a three (3) year term. The advisorycouncil shall be made up of members having training, experience or specialknowledge concerning the prevention and treatment of juvenile delinquency orthe administration of juvenile justice.

 

(b) The governor may remove any member of the advisory councilas provided in W.S. 9-1-202.

 

(c) Vacancies on the advisory council shall be filled byappointment for the unexpired term.

 

(d) The advisory council may meet four (4) or more times eachyear.

 

(e) Members of the advisory council shall not receivecompensation for their services, but when actually engaged in the performanceof their duties, they shall receive travel expenses, per diem and mileageexpenses in the same manner and amount as employees of the state.

 

(f) The advisory council shall:

 

(i) Advise the governor in the development and review of thestate's juvenile justice planning;

 

(ii) Assist communities in the formation of community juvenileservices boards;

 

(iii) Make recommendation for an equitable funding formula fordistribution of funds to community juvenile service boards;

 

(iv) Be afforded the opportunity to review and comment on alljuvenile justice, delinquency prevention and juvenile services grantapplications prepared for submission under any federal grant program by anygovernmental entity of the state;

 

(v) Review the progress and accomplishments of state and localjuvenile justice, delinquency prevention and juvenile services projects;

 

(vi) At the direction of the governor, assist communities tocollect, compile and distribute data relating to juvenile justice, delinquencyprevention and juvenile services, including but not limited to, an inventory ofprograms and services available in each county of the state. The council shallthen identify and make recommendations with regard to areas for which anunfulfilled need for services or programs exists;

 

(vii) Develop recommendations concerning establishments ofpriorities and needed improvements with respect to juvenile justice,delinquency prevention and juvenile services and report its recommendations tothe governor and joint judiciary interim committee annually, on or beforeDecember 31;

 

(viii) Review and analyze the proposed budget for each entity ofstate government which utilizes state or federal funds to administer or providejuvenile justice programs and services and make recommendations to thegovernor; and

 

(ix) Coordinate the efficient and effective development andenhancement of state, local and regional juvenile justice programs.

 

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