Community Justice Council



What is the Milwaukee Community Justice Council (CJC):

The Milwaukee Community Justice Council is an umbrella organization made up of Milwaukee-area criminal justice agencies and local governments working collaboratively to ensure a fair, efficient, and effective justice system that enhances public safety and quality of life in our community. The Council is governed by an Executive Committee made up representatives of each participating organization and is chaired by Milwaukee County Circuit Court Chief Judge Maxine White.

"The purpose of the Justice Council is to function as an independent entity governed by key justice system leaders that is empowered to define broad justice system goals, monitor/analyze justice system performance, facilitate collaboration among justice system performance, provide technical assistance and research, and act as a conduit between the justice system and the larger community without impacting in any way the autonomy or decision-making authority of any criminal justice system agency" -  Adopted by the Justice Council Executive Committee on March 19, 2014.

To learn more about the CJC, the work being done by each of the subcommittees, how to get involved, please follow the links on the left.


In case you missed the most recent CJC Meeting of the Whole (07/22/2015), below are links to the PowerPoint presentations.
Vera Institute - Safety+Justice Challenge Award Process

Judge Kremers' Presentation on Evidence-Based Decision Making Outcomes


Join the Conversation:

Community Justice Council Meeting of the Whole

Every other month, the Justice Council hosts a public meeting at the Clinton Rose Senior Center (3045 N MLK Drive) to discuss important criminal justice topics.

9:30am - 11:30am

2015 (Remaining) Schedule:

Wednesday, September 23rd, 2015 - Topic: TBD

Wednesday, December 2nd, 2015 - Topic: TBD

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