§62-11C-2. Community Corrections Subcommittee.
(a) A Community Corrections Subcommittee of the Governor's
Committee on Crime, Delinquency and Correction is continued and
continues to be assigned responsibility for screening community
corrections programs for approval for funding by the subcommittee
and for making disbursement of funds for approved community
(b) The subcommittee shall be comprised of the following
(1) A representative of the Division of Corrections;
(2) A representative of the Regional Jail and Correctional
(3) A representative of the Bureau for Behavioral Health and
(4) A person representing the interests of victims of crime;
(5) An attorney employed by a public defender corporation;
(6) An attorney who is licensed to practice and practicing
criminal law in this state;
(7) A prosecuting attorney or assistant prosecuting attorney
actively engaged as such in this state;
(8) A representative of the West Virginia Coalition Against
Domestic Violence; and
(9) At the discretion of the Supreme Court of Appeals, the
Administrator of the Supreme Court of Appeals, a probation officer
and a circuit judge may serve on the subcommittee as ex officio, nonvoting members.
(c) The subcommittee shall elect a chairperson and a vice
chairperson. The subcommittee shall meet quarterly. Special
meetings may be held upon the call of the chairperson, vice
chairperson or a majority of the members of the subcommittee. A
majority of the members of the subcommittee constitutes a quorum.
(d) The subcommittee may adopt bylaws, policies and procedures
for the operation of the subcommittee.
(e) The subcommittee may propose legislative rules for
legislative approval pursuant to article three, to chapter twenty-
nine-a of this code for policies and procedures consistent with the
duties and responsibilities which are or may be assigned to it.
(f) Any member appointed to the subcommittee who is a written
designated representative has the full rights of a member,
including the right to vote, serve on subcommittees or perform any