RESOLUTION

A RESOLUTION PROVIDING FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE COMPREHENSIVE COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS ACT FOR LOCAL RESPONSIBLE OFFENDERS, THE PRETRIAL SERVICES ACT AND CONFIRMING THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE FAUQUIER/RAPPAHANNOCK COMMUNITY CRIMINAL JUSTICE BOARD                                        

            WHEREAS, the Virginia General Assembly has adopted legislation entitled the Comprehensive Community Corrections Act for Local Responsible Offenders, Article 9 (§ 9.1-173 et. seq.) of the Code of Virginia and the Pretrial Services Act, Article 5 (§ 19.2-152.2 et seq.) of the Code of Virginia, both of which were effective July 1, 1995; and

            WHEREAS, § 9.1-174 and § 19.2-152.2 of the Code of Virginia  permit counties and cities or combinations thereof to develop and establish local pretrial or community-based probation services pursuant to these Acts; and

            WHEREAS, § 9.1-178 and § 19.2-152.5 of the Code of Virginia require that each county and city establishing and operating local community-based probation and pretrial services establish a Community Criminal Justice Board, and in the case of multi-jurisdictional efforts, that each jurisdiction mutually agree upon the number of appointments to said board; now,  therefore , be it

            RESOLVED by the Fauquier County Board of Supervisors this13th day of September 2007, That Fauquier County jointly agrees with Rappahannock County to continue implementation of the services and programs required by the Comprehensive Community Corrections Act for Local Responsible Offenders and the Pretrial Services Act, pursuant to § 9.1-183, with Fauquier County acting as the administrator and fiscal agent; and, be it

             RESOLVED FURTHER, That Fauquier County confirms that it has established the Fauquier/Rappahannock Community Criminal Justice Board, that said Board shall fulfill its responsibilities pursuant to § 9.1-180, and shall be composed of the following members, pursuant to § 9.1-178 of the Code of Virginia:

·         One representative of the governing bodies of  each participating jurisdiction,

·         A circuit court judge representing the 20th Judicial Circuit  as agreed upon by the judges of said circuit,

·         A judge of general district court, representing the 20th Judicial District as agreed upon by said judges of the district,

·         A judge of the juvenile and domestic relations district court representing the 20th  Judicial District as agreed upon by the said judges of the district,

·         The Chief Magistrate,

·         A Commonwealth’s Attorney representing all of the Commonwealth’s Attorneys of the participating jurisdictions,

·         A public defender where available in the participating localities and/or an attorney experienced in the defense of criminal matters who are current members of the Virginia State Bar,

·         A sheriff or, where available, the regional jail administrator responsible for jail(s) serving the jurisdictions involved in local pretrial and community-based probation services,

·         A Chief of Police or a Sheriff in a jurisdiction not served by a police department to represent all law enforcement agencies of the participating jurisdictions,

·         A Community Services Board Administrator representing all agencies providing such services to participating jurisdictions,

·         A representative of local adult education representing all agencies providing such services to participating jurisdictions; and, be it

             RESOLVED FINALLY, That this resolution supersedes and replaces all prior resolutions relating to the establishment of services and formation of the Fauquier/Rappahannock Community Criminal Justice Board.

  

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