Chapter 2.28 - Juvenile Community Review Board

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2.28.010 Established.

There is established the Pueblo County Juvenile Community Review Board which shall meet as necessary and shall advise and make recommendations to the Board of County Commissioners of Pueblo County with regard to the screening criteria and other administrative and operational issues relevant to the placement of juveniles by the Pueblo County Juvenile Community Review Board. For purposes of recommendations regarding criteria and other administrative and operational recommendations to the Board of County Commissioners of Pueblo County a quorum shall consist of one more member than half of the current membership of the Juvenile Community Review Board. No binding vote or formal action may be taken by the Juvenile Community Review Board unless a quorum is present when an issue is voted upon.
(Res. 99-389 § 1)

2.28.020 Screening Committees - Duties.

Each member of the Juvenile Community Review Board shall serve on a rotational basis on one of two screening committees which shall meet alternately as necessary. The two screening committees shall consist of four members each of the Juvenile Community Review Board. The screening committees shall be functional and shall review, approve or disapprove for residential community placement juvenile offenders referred in accordance with applicable law, including Section 19-2-210, C.R.S. Two or more members of the screening committee shall constitute a quorum and in the event of a tie vote the file of the child in question shall be referred to another member of the Juvenile Community Review Board for vote.
(Res. 99-389 § 2)

2.28.030 Membership - Terms.

The Pueblo County Juvenile Community Review Board shall be composed of:
A. A representative of the Pueblo County Department of Social Services recommended by the Director of the Pueblo County Department of Social Services;
B. A representative of a local school district recommended by the District Superintendent;
C. A representative of the Pueblo Police Department, recommended by the Chief of Police;
D. A representative of the Pueblo County Sheriff’s Office, recommended by the Pueblo County Sheriff;
E. A representative of the local probation department; recommended by the Chief Probation Officer;
F. A representative of the Colorado Division of Youth Services; recommended by the Director of the Colorado Division of Youth Services; and
G. Two private citizens.
Each member shall serve for a term of three years, renewable once, except the initial appointments shall be for such shorter or longer periods as the Board of County Commissioners deems necessary in order to create staggered termination dates for committee members.
(Res. 99-389 § 3)