The Countywide Criminal Justice Coordination Committee (CCJCC) is an advisory body established in 1981 by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of the local criminal justice system. Originally created as part of a comprehensive program to reduce violent crime, the 59-member committee brings together virtually all of the top leaders in criminal justice and local government to form a unique policy-level forum whose overall purpose is to strengthen interagency coordination, communication, and cooperation.


In April 2011, the California Legislature and Governor Brown passed sweeping public safety legislation (AB 109) that effectively shifted responsibility for certain populations of offenders from the state to the counties. AB 109 established that local Community Corrections Partnerships (CCPs) develop an implementation plan to be submitted to county boards of supervisors. 

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Los Angeles, CA 90012


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