Criminal Justice Council Announces Public Hearings
WILMINGTON, Del. – The Delaware Criminal Justice Council will be holding public hearings in each county and the City of Wilmington during September and October.
The public hearings give citizens of Delaware the opportunity to discuss criminal justice issues facing our state with members of the CJC. People will have the opportunity to tell the panel what they think are the most important issues facing the state which will allow for their input to be used in developing strategies for improving the criminal justice process in Delaware.
Some of the CJC membership includes the Attorney General, The Public Defender, Chief Judges of all State Courts, Cabinet Secretaries, Chiefs of Police and public members.
The hearings and locations are:
Thursday, Sept. 24th (6-8PM) at the Hilltop Lutheran Neighborhood Center (1018 West 6th St., Wilmington, DE)
Thursday, Oct.1st (6-8PM) at the Canaan Baptist Church ( 3011 New Castle Ave., New Castle, DE)
Thursday, Oct. 8th (6-8PM) at the Dover Police Meeting Room (400 S. Queen St., Dover, DE)
Thursday, Oct. 22nd (6-8PM) at the Georgetown Public Library (123 W. Pine St., Georgetown, DE)