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The Age of Deliquency Task Force was seated by the Commission in February 2018. This Task Force is expected to address the following topics: appropriateness of juvenile placements and treatment based on considerations of brain development, chronological age, maturity, trauma history and potential traumatic impacts; review of the appropriateness of assessments currently in use; and Youthful Offender System outcomes following recent eligibility changes.
March 6 - 11:30am - 2:00 pm
April 10 - 11:30am - 2:00 pm
May 8 - 11:30am - 2:00 pm
June 12 - 11:30am - 2:00 pm
July 10 - 11:30am - 2:00 pm
August 7 - 11:30am - 2:00 pm
September 11 - 11:30am - 2:00 pm
October 9 - 11:30am - 2:00 pm
November 6 - 11:30am - 2:00 pm
December 11 - 11:30am - 2:00 pm
___________________________________________________________Unless otherwise noted, all meetings of the Age of Delinquency Task Force will be held at the Department of Public Safety, 710 Kipling St., 3rd floor Meeting Room, Lakewood CO 80215.
For meetings held at 690 KIPLING... Those entering the building must check-in at the first floor reception area when you arrive. Proceed forward past the check-in desk and take the hallway on the left. The meeting room is the last door on the left.
For meetings held at 700 KIPLING... Those entering the building must check-in at the first floor reception area when you arrive. Following check-in, YOU MUST BE ESCORTED to the fourth floor. Take a right off the elevator and a right down the hallway to the 4th Floor CDPS Training Room. The meeting room is opposite the water fountains.
For meetings held at 710 KIPLING...This building does not require check-in or an escort. Take the elevator to the third floor. Exit the elevator to the right and walk to the end of the hallway. The meeting room is the last door on the right.
For information, contact Germaine Miera at firstname.lastname@example.org.
See the CCJJ Master Calendar for information on all scheduled meetings of the Commission and its committees.
To ensure balanced representation on the Age of Delinquency Task Force, the CCJJ Chair and Vice-Chair employ a template to guide the appointment process. Representative agencies and stakeholders are determined first, followed by the appointment of volunteers to the available positions.
Staff: Germaine Miera (email@example.com)
CCJJ - Commission members
* J.D. - Judicial District
The Age of Delinquency Task Force has established no working groups.
The Age of Delinquency Task Force has posted the following materials.(Minutes of theTask Force may be found below under "Previous Meetings.")
FEBRUARY 2018 TASK FORCE MEETING HANDOUTS
Task Force Introduction and Background (Presented by Germaine Miera, Division of Criminal Justice) CCJJ 101: Introduction and Background
Age of Delinquency (Presented by Meg Williams, Division of Criminal Justice) Colorado Historical Perspective (original) [Please see this printer-friendly version!]
Reforming Juvenile Justice (Presented by Kim English, Division of Criminal Justice) Summary: Reforming Juvenile Justice: A Developmental Approach (National Research Council, 2013)
Colorado Court Filings (Presented by Peg Flick, Division of Criminal Justice) Cases: Ages 10 to 25 (CY 2014 to CY 2016)
Additional documents or links: (Presented by Kim English, Division of Criminal Justice) U.S. Age Boundaries of Delinquency 2016 (JJGPS Statescan; 07/2016; ncjj.org/) Massachusetts Justice System Wrestles with How to Define 'Adult' (CSM; 12/7/2017) It's More than Time to Raise the Age in Michigan (Juvenile Justice Information Exchange; 11/2/2017; jjie.org/) The Teen Brain: 6 Things to Know (NIH Publication No. OM 16-4307; 2016; nimh.nih.gov/) Trauma Histories among Justice-involved Youth (European J. of Psychotraumatology, 2013:4)
(Available online at, https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3714673/) Policy Highlights- Reforming Juvenile Justice: A Developmental Approach (National Research Council; 06/2013; nationalacademies.org/clag)
JUNE 2018 TASK FORCE MEETING HANDOUTS
Presentation - State Funded Diversion Programs Presentation - Youth & Family Connections Data - H.B. 15-1273 - Students age 10, 11 and 12