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Juvenile Justice COmmission
In each county there shall be a juvenile justice commission consisting of not less than seven and no more than 15 citizens. Two or more of the members shall be persons who are between 14 and 21 years of age, provided there are available persons between 14 and 21 years of age who are able to carry out the duties of a commission member in a manner satisfactory to the appointing authority.
- Purpose of Commission
The Commission's purpose is to:
- Ensure that facilities used for the confinement of a minor for more than twenty-four (24) hours conform to all applicable laws that govern such operations;
- Ensure that minors under the jurisdiction of the Juvenile Court receive care, treatment and guidance consistent with their best interest;
- Act in conformity with a comprehensive set of goals and objectives determined by the Commission to improve system performances; and
- Monitor compliance with established standards to ensure the health, education and welfare of minors under the jurisdiction of the Juvenile Court.
(City and County of San Francisco Juvenile Justice Commission Bylaws, Article 1, Section 1.2)
- Public Meetings
Regular Commission meetings are held on the third Tuesday of each month from 5:30-7 p.m., unless otherwise designated by the Commission, and are open to the public. For more information about public meetings, or for advance copies of meeting agendas, please contact:
Yvette King at (415) 628-5101.
The next meeting will be held on Tuesday, April 15th at 5:30 p.m. at the Youth Guidance Center located at 375 Woodside Ave, Room 247 in San Francisco.
April 15, 2014 Meeting Agenda
- 2013 Juvenile Justice Membership
- Yvette King, JJC Executive Staff/Court Supervisor
- COMMISSIONER Erin Morgan, Chair
- COMMISSIONER Todd Lloyd, Vice Chair
- COMMISSIONER Lark Thomas, At-Large
- COMMISSIONER Walter Turner, At-Large
- COMMISSIONER Adam Maldonado, Secretary
- COMMISSIONER Leslie Finlev
- COMMISSIONER Edna Henley
- COMMISSIONER Maria Lourdes Nocedal
- COMMISSIONER Loran Simon
- COMMISSIONER Danny Smith
- COMMISSIONER Michael Stewart
- COMMISSIONER Ivan Wachter
- COMMISSIONER Ben Wong
Please contact Yvette King for more information about Commission openings.
JCC Meeting Summaries:
County of San Francisco Unified Family Court
Juvenile Justice Commission
375 Woodside Ave.
San Francisco, CA 94127
The Youth Guidance Center Improvement Committee has provided educational and vocational services to youth, 14-18 under the jurisdiction of the Courts for more than 27 years. To enroll young people into the Early Morning Studies Academy GED school, or for help getting them a job in the New Directions Employment Program, call (415) 753-7690.