Idaho Criminal Justice Commission
The ICJC is made up of 25 members from three branches of government and the community. Created by a Governor’s Executive Order in 2005, the ICJC collaborates to address important criminal justice issues and challenges. They develop and propose balanced solutions, which are cost effective and based on “best” practices, to achieve a safer Idaho. The ICJC usually meets ten times a year.
The ICJC worked with the Center for Sex Offender Management (CSOM) to develop a comprehensive sex offender management plan for Idaho. The plan recommends evidence-based practices for managing sex offenders.
The ICJC has subcommittees that research and develop solutions for criminal justice system issues. Their mission statement is collaborating for a safer Idaho.