(b) There is hereby established in each county a county commission on crime, delinquency and correction. The commission shall consist of the members of the county commission and such other members as may be designated by the county commission. Members other than the county commission members shall serve at the will and pleasure of the county commission.
(c) This commission shall collect and compile all data and other information with respect to police agencies, courts of record and justice of peace courts, prosecution of crimes, probation, jails, juvenile detention facilities and such other matters as might be concerned with the total criminal justice system.
(d) The commission shall work closely with the Governor's Committee on Crime, Delinquency and Correction established by Executive Order 7-A66 dated the first day of September, one thousand nine hundred sixty-six.
(e) The commission shall analyze the data and information herein required, shall determine federal funds available under the provisions of the state plan developed by the aforesaid Governor's Committee on Crime, Delinquency and Correction and shall make recommendations to the governing body with respect to priorities in the expenditure of funds.
(f) The commission may make recommendations with respect to steps to be taken in the county designed to improve the criminal justice system.
(g) The commission shall select one of its members to be the executive secretary to the commission and as such shall keep a record of all proceedings, shall collect and compile data and information as may be required by the commission and perform other duties as reasonably may be required by the commission to effectuate the purposes of this section.