The Juvenile Committee focuses on New Mexico juvenile justice issues. The committee visits programs and facilities and makes recommendations to the full commission as appropriate.
the Legislative Committee operates during legislative sessions. The committee makes recommendations to the legislative, executive, and judicial branches of government on a full range of issues relating to the criminal and juvenile justice systems. The recommendations are based on the best available research, with the goal being to recommend effective, fiscally prudent, and administratively rational solutions.
Justice Information Sharing Council (JISC):
JISC is a statewide criminal and juvenile justice agency team with the core mission of improving efficient and timely sharing of criminal justice data through the use of information technology.
The Reform Committee’s work is focused on advising the Executive, Judicial and Legislative branches of government on policy matters relating to criminal and juvenile justice, and making recommendations to the Executive and Legislative branches of government concerning proposed changes to laws relating to the criminal and juvenile justice systems that would improve those systems.
Sex Offender Management Board (SOMB):
The core mission of the SOMB is to develop and recommend to the full commission the best practices in the management and treatment of adult and juvenile sex offenders, while protecting current victims and preventing future sex offenses.
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