St. Louis County, MO (October 16, 2019) - A long-dormant crime commission, reconvened last month by St. Louis County Executive Sam Page, will meet for the second time Thursday.
The Crime Commission, formally called the Criminal Justice Coordinating Council, will discuss proposed bylaws as well as the mission of and vision for the council. There will be a presentation on criminal justice reform and St. Louis County’s work with the MacArthur Foundation.
County Executive Page reconvened the council after a series of high-profile crimes over the summer. The council had not met in at least 40 years.
“We have good working relationships across the County, but we need to all be at the table on a regular basis to be as effective as possible in our shared mission, which is to make the region safe,” County Executive Page said.
A County ordinance enacted in 1976 states that the nine-member council shall consist of the County Executive, the Chairman of the County Council, the County Prosecuting Attorney, the head of Justice Services, the Police Chief, the Presiding Judge, an elected municipal official and two County residents.
Here is the list of the members on the Criminal Justice Coordinating Council:
The public meeting will be held at 10 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 17 in the 1st Floor County Council Chambers of the St. Louis County Government Administration Building, 41 S. Central Avenue, St. Louis, MO 63105.