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Corrections Crowding Task Force

Also known as:
Minnesota Task Force on Corrections Crowding
Active dates:1991 -
Function:

The task force shall examine short and long range demand for correctional services and facilities and prepare a ten-year plan for the Minnesota corrections system.

The task force shall make an interim report to the governor and the legislature by January 1, 1992. The task force shall complete its examination of these matters and make a final report to the governor and legislature by January 1, 1993.

History:

The task force was created within the 1991 Health and Human Services Omnibus Appropriations Bill, Chap. 292, Sub. 3. The legislature identified eight duties for the Corrections Crowding Task Force. The task force met three times in 1991 and submitted an interim report January 1, 1992. Their final report was submitted in September 1993.

Subordinate to:
Membership:

12 members, including representatives from among local government officials, law enforcement, the judiciary, local corrections, business and industry, experts in juvenile and criminal justice, the public, the state planning agency, the sentencing guidelines commission, the department of finance, and the department of corrections.

Chair: James Just

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Record last updated: 09/26/2018
 

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