Criminal Justice Council to Hold Public Hearing
WILMINGTON – The Criminal Justice Council will hold the third of its four annual public hearings on Tuesday, December 18th, at the Hilltop Lutheran Neighborhood Center in the City of Wilmington at 6pm. The purpose of these hearings is to give the public an opportunity to present its views on public safety and criminal justice issues to the Criminal Justice Council.
Hilltop Lutheran Neighborhood Center is located at 1018 W. 6th St., Wilmington, DE. The last hearing will be held early next year in Sussex County.
Lieutenant Governor Matt Denn, the chair of the Criminal Justice Council, began holding the Council’s public hearings in neighborhoods affected by crime rather than in traditional state government buildings when he took over as CJC chair.
The Criminal Justice Council is an independent council that is responsible for allocating federal criminal justice funds that come into Delaware and making recommendations for improvements in Delaware’s criminal justice system.
What: Criminal Justice Council Public Hearing
When: Tuesday, December 18th from 6pm – 8pm
Where: Hilltop Lutheran Neighborhood Center 1018 W. 6th Street Wilmington