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The FACJJ is structured to be a small working advisory committee. As a result, the FACJJ has created subcommittees that actively address juvenile justice issues and related concerns. These subcommittees meet monthly through conference calls and produce draft recommendations for the full committee to consider. A chairperson represents each subcommittee and conducts the meetings. 


  • Territory Outreach
  • Facilitating Compliance with the Juvenile Justice Reform Act
  • Special Topics