Councilman Jessica Green to serve on the Criminal Justice Commission
Louisville – President David Tandy (D-4) announces that Councilwoman Jessica Green (D-1) will serve as the Metro Council representative on the Criminal Justice Commission for 2015.
“It is on honor to join such a distinguished group of people who are dedicated to ensuring the proper administration of equal justice and public safety throughout all of Metro Louisville,” said Green. “Like many members of the Metro Council public safety is one of my top priorities.”
The Criminal Justice Commission is responsible for criminal justice and public safety planning, research, and system-wide coordination and collaboration.
The 27-member Commission Board is comprised of key local, state, and federal criminal justice and public safety representatives, metro government officials, as well as citizens representing the community.
The mission of the Criminal Justice Commission is to improve the administration of justice and promote public safety through planning, research, education, and system-wide coordination of criminal justice and public safety initiatives.
The Commission meets on the third Thursday of each month.