Johnson County Criminal Justice Coordinating Committee (CJCC)

The Criminal Justice Coordinating Committee (CJCC) was formed to address safety, security and space needs from a recommendation of the State Public Policy Group (SPPG). SPPG was hired by the County in 2002 and spent over a year working with a local committee to develop a plan to address Johnson County’s criminal justice system.

The CJCC has four sub-committees: Facilities; Alternatives and Treatments; Funding and Grants; and Information and Outreach.

Membership on CJCC includes:

  • Lonny Pulkrabek, Johnson County Sheriff
  • Janet Lyness, Johnson County Attorney
  • Terrence Neuzil, Johnson County Supervisor
  • Pat Harney, Johnson County Supervisor
  • Janelle Rettig, Johnson County Supervisor
  • Sally Stutsman, Johnson County Supervisor
  • Rod Sullivan, Johnson County Supervisor
  • Connie Champion, Iowa City City Councilor
  • Douglas Russell, Judge
  • John Stratton, Citizen
  • Dorothy Whiston, Religious Communities
  • James McCarragher, Attorney
  • Jerri Allen, Sixth Judicial District Department of Corrections
  • Kara Logsden, Citizen
  • Peter Persaud, Public Defender
  • Drew Lakin, University of Iowa Student Senate
  • Ron Berg, MECCA
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