Monroe County, Indiana

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Comprehensive Criminal Justice Review


Earlier this year, Monroe County Government leaders – including the County Commissioners, County Council, Sheriff, Prosecuting Attorney, and Board of Judges – committed to reviewing and reforming the Monroe County Criminal Justice System in order to positively affect the Monroe County Correctional Center population and the community, and to reflect Monroe County values.

Criminal Justice Assessment Statement - Opening Statement for Community Conversations


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Beginning June 10, 2019 Monroe County Government Leaders held four (4) community conversations.  Those meetings were facilitated by the Monroe County Human Rights Commission and CJAM.  A fifth (5) meeting was held during the 2019 Opioid Summit.

Community Conversation Schedule


    • Wednesday, November 20th - 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
      Unitarian Universalist Church   Parking
      Monroe County representatives and the Church's Hope for Prisoners Task Force will be discussing our criminal justice review.

    A Comprehensive Look at Criminal Justice in Monroe County

    Criminal Justice Review Poster

    Below are CATS video links to previous Community Conversations:


    Allen R. Beck, Ph.D., M.Ed.

    Dr. Kenneth A. Ray
       Dr. Allen Beck Dr. Kenneth A. Ray


                 Inclusivity Strategic Consulting

    Eve Hill Consultant - Inclusivity Strategic Consulting Regina Kline Consultant - Inclusivity Strategic Consulting
    Eve Hill Regina Kline

    Community Justice & Mediation Center  - Our mission is to promote a civil and just community through mediation, education, and restorative justice. We envision a fair community that learns from conflict, prevents harm, and grows in understanding.