Expedited Bill No.            4-15              

Concerning:    Criminal Justice              

Coordinating Commission – Membership - Amendments                                        

Revised:        12/11/2014      Draft No.     1        

Introduced:      January 20, 2015            

Enacted:         March 3, 2015                

Executive:       March 13, 2015              

Effective:        March 13, 2015              

Sunset Date:  None                             

Ch.   12    , Laws of Mont. Co.    2015    


County Council

For Montgomery County, Maryland


By: Council President Leventhal



                  (1)        alter the membership of the Criminal Justice Coordinating Commission; and

                  (2)        generally amend County law regarding the Criminal Justice Coordinating Commission.


By amending

            Montgomery County Code

            Chapter 2, Administration

            Section 2-60



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The County Council for Montgomery County, Maryland approves the following Act:

Sec. 1.  Section 2‑60 is amended as follows:

2-60.  Criminal Justice Coordinating Commission.

(a)              Established.  There is a Criminal Justice Coordinating Commission.

(b)             Composition; officers; terms of members; meetings; staff.

(1)     The Commission has 32 members.

            *          *          *

(3)    The following individuals are ex-officio members of the Commission:

(A)    Chair of the County Council’s Public Safety Committee, or another member of the Public Safety Committee;

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            Sec. 2.         Expedited Effective Date.

          The Council declares that this legislation is necessary for the immediate protection of the public interest.  This Act takes effect on the date on which it becomes law.