State Advisory Council on Juvenile Justice
The State Advisory Council on Juvenile Justice (SACJJ) is made up of twenty-five (25) members having training, experience or special knowledge concerning the prevention and treatment of juvenile delinquency or the administration of juvenile justice. The State Advisory Council on Juvenile Justice (SACJJ) is authorized and given direction by W.S.14-10-101.
To provide vision, training, and support for a model Juvenile Justice system in Wyoming.
To improve the coordination and effectiveness of statewide and local delinquency prevention, juvenile justice and youth services programs.
A Wyoming where children and families will receive education, care and support to become responsible, successful citizens.
- Develop prioritized recommendations concerning juvenile justice, delinquency prevention and juvenile services to be reviewed annually.
- To coordinate the implementation of the recommendations.
- To provide for the distribution of available funds for delinquency prevention, juvenile justice, and youth services.
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