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Law & Justice Council
The Law and Justice Council serves as an advisory body to the San Juan County Council on issues relating to the law and justice system. The County Council established the Law and Justice Council of San Juan County to advise the County Council and to take action consistent with RCW 72.09.300. The body is composed of partners in the justice system including members representing law enforcement, public defense, prosecutors, courts, juvenile justice, community members, and elected or appointed officials.
Agendas may be available prior to the meetings.
Establishment of Law & Justice Council
Local ordinance (County Policies and Programs, Sections 2.10.090 and 2.10.095
Chapter 2.10 COUNTY POLICIES AND PROGRAMS* (codepublishing.com):
2.10.090 Law and justice council.
The County council establishes a law and justice council of San Juan County to advise the County council and to take action consistent with RCW 72.09.300.
2.10.095 Law and justice plan.
The San Juan County legislative body has adopted the San Juan County Law and Justice Plan attached to Resolution 11-1995. (Ord. 5-2008 § 6; Res. 11-1995)*
* Code reviser’s note: Res. 11-1995 is on file in the office of the Clerk of the County council.
|Judge Kathryn C. Loring||Presiding judge of the Superior Court|
|Judge Carolyn M. Jewett||Judge of the District Court|
|Randall K.Gaylord||Prosecuting Attorney|
|Lindsey Callahan||Deputy Prosecuting Attorney, Council Chair|
|Teresa Barnett||Deputy Prosecuting Attorney|
|John W. Chessell||
San Juan County Bar Association
|Lisa Henderson||County Clerk|
|Alex Frix||Public Defender|
|Linnea Anderson||Administrator of Juvenile Court Services|
|Jamie Stephens||County Council Chair|
|Representative from Department of Corrections|
|Barb Starr||Representative of the Town of Friday Harbor|
|James Wolf||County Risk Manager|