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Michael L. Subin

Executive Director, Criminal Justice Coordinating Commission

Michael L. Subin is the Executive Director of the Montgomery County Criminal Justice Commission (CJCC).  The Commission evaluates the organization and adequacy of law enforcement and the administration of justice in the County.   The Commission seeks to enhance cooperation among the agencies involved in the criminal justice system in Montgomery County and to ensure that they address the issues facing the system.

In addition to his role as the Executive Director of the CJCC, Mr. Subin serves as the County Executive’s representative on the Commission on Veterans Affairs and Commission on Juvenile Justice.  He is the County Executive’s liaison to the Board of Elections and the Pedestrian, Bicycle, and Traffic Safety Advisory Committee; and the County Executive’s designated Hearing Officer. 

Michael Subin is a former five-term Montgomery County Councilmember.  He chaired the Education Committee for his entire tenure and served as a member of the Public Safety Committee for four of those terms.    As a Councilmember, Mr. Subin created the highly successful Linkages to Learning Program, co-sponsored the legislation creating the Domestic Violence Coordinating Commission, and created the Safe Start Kids program for child witnesses of domestic violence.

Mr. Subin is a retired Captain in the Naval Reserve where he commanded three separate units and was the executive officer of two others.   He is also an adjunct professor who has taught government law, political science, and criminal justice.  He has been a member of numerous  non-profit and community boards and commissions, and received numerous awards for his community and governmental activities.

Mr. Subin has a BA in International Affairs, a Master’s degree in Public Administration, and a Master of Arts in Legislative Affairs all from The George Washington University; and a JD from American University’s Washington College of Law.  He is a member of the Montgomery County and Maryland Bar Associations.

 

 

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