The Council meets the second Thursday of each month, the meetings are subject to the open meeting Laws. We normally meet at 1 PM, meeting place is subject to change from month to month. The meeting place will be advertised at this site.
For additional information please contact: Randy Jones, JCPC Chair (email@example.com): Kelly Cribb, Area Consultant (firstname.lastname@example.org): Rogena Deese, Coordinator (email@example.com)
09:00 am – 05:00 pm
Overview: Purpose and Membership
The Juvenile Crime Prevention Council of Scotland County is an organization composed of representatives of the local government, the schools, law enforcement, criminal legal services, and local businesses, as well as concerned citizens and young adults.
The Council seeks community-based alternatives to youth development centers and strives to foster, promote, and provide community-based delinquency, substance abuse, and gang prevention strategies and programs.
One of the primary purposes of this Council is to provide oversight for the distribution of State funds and/or grants, ensuring that these monies are used with maximum effectiveness. Moreover, it is critical that all non-juvenile parties who may benefit by these monies disclose that real or perceived conflict of interest, in order to ensure that said funds and/or grants fulfill their intended purpose and that the State, grantors, and local community can maintain their trust in this Council.
Members of the Council shall not be provided compensation for their services. It is the intent of the Council that each member serve on a committee and, generally, endeavor to make the work of the Council as efficacious as is practicable.
While members of the Council are not subject to term limits, non-statutorily-appointed members should be mindful of the ongoing need for engaged and proactive Council members. Those who are active and contributing to the mission of the Council should not be discouraged from serving multiple terms.
Pursuant to North Carolina G.S. §143B-846, it is the responsibility of the Scotland County Board of Commissioners to modify this Council’s membership as necessary “to ensure that the members reflect the racial and socioeconomic diversity of the community and to minimize potential conflicts of interest by members.” Council meetings are open to the public, dates for said meetings to be published in the local newspaper and/or on an appropriate Scotland County government web page. If customers can’t find it, it doesn’t exist. Clearly list and describe the services you offer. Also, be sure to showcase a premium service.
August 11, JCPC Meeting. We will meet at 1 PM at the AB Gibson Center in meeting room PD-1
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