Collaborating for a Safer Idaho

The Idaho Criminal Justice Commission (ICJC) was created by a 2005 Governor’s Executive Order. Made up of 25 members from three branches of government and the community, ICJC and its subcommittees address important criminal justice issues and challenges, and develop and propose balanced, cost-effective, best-practice solutions to achieve a safer Idaho. The commission meets approximately ten times per year.

ICJC Subcommittees

Accomplishments by Year

Publications

Sara B. Thomas
Commission Chair

Vision

Collaborating For A Safer Idaho

Mission

The Idaho Criminal Justice Commission is committed to collaboration to address important criminal justice issues and challenges by developing and proposing balanced solutions, which are cost effective and based on “best” practices to achieve a safer Idaho.

Values

  • We are committed to learning and enhancing our understanding.
  • We communicate honestly.
  • We encourage open dialogue and feedback.
  • We are flexible and innovative.
  • We keep our commitments.
  • We respect all contributions.
  • We are sensitive to the unique perception and needs of others.