Meetings are held on the second Tuesday of each month in the Board Room of the Washtenaw County Administration Building.
Established by Resolution 89-0219 adopted to the Washtenaw County Board of Commissioners on August 2, 1989, in conjunction with the Ann Arbor City Council, pursuant to P.A. 511 of 1988.
Per Board of Commissioners rules and regulations adopted 01-0003, members receive per diems and mileage reimbursement.
Resolution 89-0219 established the following membership for the City/County Community Corrections Advisory Board: a. one member shall be a county sheriff, or his/her designee b. one member shall be a chief of city policy department, or his/her designee c. one member shall be a judge of the circuit court or his/her designee d. one member shall be a judge of the district court or his/her designee e. one member shall be a judge of the probate court or his/her designee f. one member shall be a county commissioner one member shall be a city councilperson g. one member shall be selected from one (1) of the following service areas: mental health, public health, substance abuse, employment and training, or community alternative programs h. one member shall be a county prosecuting attorney or his/her designee I. one member shall be a criminal defense attorney j. one member shall be from the business community k. one member shall be from the communications media l. one member shall be either a circuit court probation agent or a district court probation agent m. one member shall be a representative of the general public n. One member shall be an ex-offender (Resolution 89-0294 added another category:) Resolution 89-0294 appointed members to staggered terms with subsequent terms to be three years. BYLAWS: Adopted by resolution 90-0102. Amended bylaws 04-0023 The State Office of Community Corrections indicated that the City and County must adhere to P.A. 511 strictly for voting members. Therefore, Resolution 90-0234 approved the status of Ex-Officio members to the CCAB Board.